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Music and Yoga

Yoga practice’s roots are based on a universal idea, but at the same time, it’s a very personal practice. Each individual finds different benefits from movement meditation, since it’s impossible to find two identical minds, as well as two identical approaches to yoga practice. When it comes

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98 days after being a certified yoga instructor

98 Days. As I sit here writing, a mere ninety-eight days have passed since I completed my Yogalinda 28 Day Intensive Hot Vinyasa Teacher Training. If everything can change in as little as twenty-eight days, then imagine the possibilities that await you in ninety-eight. So what are the huge changes? How has my life changed so in the past three months?

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YIN: The Autumn Yoga

YIN YOGA in particular, is a style of hatha yoga thats based on light and passive postures which are held for anywhere between 3 and 5 minutes. This style of yoga consists of a specific sequence of postures designed to stimulate certain meridians, or subtle channels, just like the ones that make up the study of Tradition Chinese Medicine (TCM).

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Diary of Hot Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training: Week 3 of 4

Diary of Hot Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training: Week 3 of 4
If I thought I was tired after week one, I was in for a shock by the end of week three. We have been pushing ourselves to our limits and I have begun to see the fallout. Injuries and emotional struggles are running rampant through the group this week. Our minds and our bodies are stretched thin, but our motivation and drive remains strong.

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Diary of Hot Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training: Week 2 of 4

We are halfway through the Hot Vinyasa Teacher Training now, and I can feel the positive effects of the training 10 fold to the first week. I have noticed significant changes in my physical strength and the strength of my fellow yogis. In two short weeks, we have made leaps and bounds in our practices that many have been striving years to attain.

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