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Effort, Ease, Equilibrium
prayatna saithilya ananta samapattibhyam effort ease infinite meditation[1] yoga sutra 2.47     Relaxation often feels like it happens in layers. From the outside in, we relax more deep...
Elkridge Retreat 2014: Effort, Ease, Equilibrium
Every year we take over the entire hotel. It is amazing. Yogis from around the province show up at Saskatchewan's premier resort hotel and turn it into our yogic playground. This is the the 5th a...
Restorative Training with Andrea Peloso
For the next two weekends we have a Restorative training and workshop with teacher Andrea Peloso. This workshop is open to teachers, health professionals, and interested students.  This w...
Naming Names: Should Yoga Teachers Use Sanskrit?
In our Teacher Training program we take the time and energy to teach the Sanskrit names of the postures.  Not every graduate of the program uses Sanskrit names in their classes, and Sanskrit name...
Faking Yogasms: Fandom and Authenticity in Yoga
“Do not seek to follow in the footsteps of the men of old; seek what they sought.”                  &n...
Yoga for Children
There are a number of important skills that we all teach our children.  We want them to grow up as skillful, mindful, engaged citizens of the world.  We teach our children to be careful cros...

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