We understand how a constant creative flow can have it’s stopping points. Whether you are looking to enhance your student’s experience, or liven up your studio with new additions, we have some ideas to share that might wake up your creative side once again.
Held on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, and after all the chaos of Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping, this global movement encourages us to give.
But what does it really mean to give?
Featured Yoga Studio of the Month:
Enjoy this restorative yoga posture shared with us during an interview with this new local studio!
With yoga towels being displayed as merely an accessory to your practice, one wouldn't think to prioritize them as a necessity for safety. With numerous benefits to their use, yoga towels should be included in all starter kits as a vital tool to use for wiping away and securing moisture.
Practicing the tougher inversions like headstands, forearm stands, and handstands require proper alignment to avoid an injury.
When using the Plexus Yoga Wheel, we have found this prop to be useful in assistance to finding that sweet spot for holding your balance, enabling you to lift up into your desired inversion after adjusting the arms and elbows into proper alignment.
Dad’s, you may already be well-informed already of the steps to your child’s development. As their habits and subconsciousness are being formed, a child’s parents are the key information-givers for their development. You’ll teach your children how to respond, react, listen, share, … basically how to be a human being and excel in this world!
Have an itch to practice yoga on the beach? Many adore listening to the sound of the waves and feeling the sand beneath their feet. But before taking your practice to that rough textured surface, indulge yourself in these safety tips!
… Jonathan Miles …
“People have to learn to accept help from people who are pure of heart and want to help. Those who blend their compassion and love in an effort to serve whoever is in front of you.”
Noted by the Sutra 1.14, Patanjali, “Practice becomes firmly grounded when well attended to for a long time, without break and in all earnestness.” Becoming sincerely devoted to our practice, we establish roots for a solid dedicated foundation of self-discipline, allowing us to reap all the benefits of yoga and meditation.
That’s why upon traveling, we must take precautions to ensure that our practice remains firmly grounded. Straying away for too long can upset our balance and cause you to become disoriented. Our practice has become a necessity for our well-being.
Sharing how the practice of meditation and yoga can benefit artists, her class Meditation, Yoga + Wheel Throwing introduced a mindful approach to her favorite craft. As Holly has learned, meditation can enhance creativity and set the tone for how you approach the wheel.