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Editor's Note: Dharma is one of my teachers in NY City, and his sun salutes have evolved to include forearm balance and splits since his classes draws advanced practitioners. Here is a nice presentation of the basic sun salutations. ~Donna




by Jeff Martens

How many Bikram teachers does it take to screw in a light bulb?
Three.  One to preheat the new bulb, one to screw it in and one to remind the light bulb changer to “Lockyourknees Lockyourknees Lockyourknees!”...


Editor's Note from Brooke Nisbet: Take a break from the serious and focused side of yoga to enjoy some silly yoga jokes!




Editor´s Note from Brooke Nisbet: This is a quick video that shows you how to get an ab workout and how to open the hips, as well. Great if you're short on time, just need a break or do a lot of sitting during the day. Have a look and give it a try! Andrea Marcum, instructor and studio owner in LA,  is fabulous!




Editor´s Note from Lexi Yoga: Here's a relaxing yoga sequence that you can practice at home to calm and soothe your body, mind and spirit. These postures are great before bed.



by Amy Weintraub

We enter an intuitive field together as we harmonize our breathing (pranayama), align with intention (sankalpa), activate our inner knowing with sound vibration (mantra), and clear the space for vision (bhavana) to arise...





by Melina Meza, BS Nutrition, 500-RYT

1. Get your 8 hours of sleep every night and keep that sleep bank full this season! With sufficient rest, your immune system will stay strong and you will be less susceptible to the common cold. Without sufficient sleep, not only does your immune system get compromised, but your judgment, coordination, memory, and desire for exercise all decrease as well...




by Ally Hamilton

In almost every pose we do in yoga we are “rooting down” and “rising up”. Whatever is touching the floor is rooting down and how we balance ourselves on top of that foundation and breathe is really when the yoga happens. We don’t always stand on our feet...


Editor´s Note: I love the way the author creates parallels with yoga and our lives. What is going on in your yoga practice, how you approach it and so on, is likely how you go through life, too. Read more to see the link!



by Debra Zambetti

We day-hiked, we camped, we yoga’d – layering up and down from thermal underwear to tank tops and back again as the sun shifted to and fro behind different peaks – we swam, we ate amazing food, we listened as bears inspected our goods late at night, we laughed (a lot), we got dirty (really, really dirty), and perhaps most importantly, hilarious, delightfully … we learned how to poop in the woods...


Editor's Note: This article will make you laugh out loud. After that you have the chance to make a really fantastic lentil recipe that will keep you regular, just in case you're stuck in the woods.  :)


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