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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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Being Grateful

The time of Thanksgiving is quickly approaching and during this time, we reflect on all of the things we are grateful for. The United States and Canada celebrate an official holiday each year that has historically been for expressing gratitude for the bountiful harvests and the blessings

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Hydration in the Summer

The general recommendation for eight 8 oz glasses of water per day converts to about 1.9 liters. This amount would be sufficient for most women, males need slightly more. But remember in the summer we sweat more so this number increases especially if you are practicing hot yoga.

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Inline Skating and Yoga

Most people on hearing “Inline skating and yoga” together in the same sentence would think,“What yoga and inline skating? How is that possible?” Pro skaters are constantly doing tricks and they need to be flexible to make their moves perfect. Yoga can help them lengthen their muscles,

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Yoga Products

Yoga mat Yoga mat is the number 1 product to buy if you intend to practise yoga seriously. Here are some reasons why you need to have your personal mat: For many people, pressing their palms, knees, elbows, and vertebrae onto the bare ground or floor can

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Yoga for Kids

Gymnastics, swimming, dance, martial arts, basketball, football… There are already many choices available to parents for physical, movement-based extracurricular classes for their children. What makes yoga different? And what are the benefits for yoga for children? Yoga is an ancient science which helps to create health and

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Yoga for babies and toddlers

Mommy-and-baby yoga Practicing yoga with your baby isn’t just an adorable good time—as the two of you bond, you’re toning your entire body while your baby develops motor skills. As you challenge your core, thighs, arms and shoulders during this gentle yoga practice, your baby benefits, too.

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Yoga for Sportsmen

These days Yoga is becoming more accepted as a beneficial practice in increasing athletic performance. What is most exciting about this change is that professional sports teams as well as college level athletic departments are beginning to enforce the necessity of using yoga to keep their athletes

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