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Taking a first step into yoga can be daunting. Google the word yoga and you’ll find more than 600 million results including videos, photos, and articles. With so much information to sift through, it can be challenging to know where to start. That’s why we created  Absolute Beginners. In six weeks, we’ll show you that  yoga isn’t something that is scary […]

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Save Up to 25% On the Gift of Yoga!

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Now through December 24, enjoy special savings on the items below to help you wrap up your final week of holiday shopping. SAVE 20%!  Aromatherapy Balms, Mists, Rollers, and Bath Salts. Hand-crafted savasana spray mists and balms in tins and tubes make great stocking stuffers and are available in a variety of scents like lavender, citrus, and flower power! […]

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Today I Rise [VIDEO]

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  Where are you?Little girl with broken wings but full of hopeWhere are you?Wise woman covered in wounds Where are you?Where are you?Where are you? Today is the day I will not sit still and give in anymoreToday, I rise I am bruised, but I will get up and walk againToday, I rise I don’t […]

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Rebecca Bartuska first started yoga as a way to keep dance in her life. After dancing through college, the thought of giving it up entirely was terrifying. It wasn’t until the summer of 2014, doing teacher training at Zen Den in Margate, NJ, that she realized yoga was so much more than just a replacement […]

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Ready to Let Go?

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LETTING GO TAKES LOVE ~ author unknown To “let go” does not mean to stop caring, it means I can’t do it for someone else. To “let go” is not to cut myself off, it is the realization I can’t control another. To “let go” is not to enable, but to allow learning from natural […]

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Courage by Anne Sexton

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It is in the small things we see it. The child’s first step, as awesome as an earthquake. The first time you rode a bike, wallowing up the sidewalk. The first spanking when your heart went on a journey all alone. When they called you crybaby or poor or fatty or crazy and made you […]

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POEM: A Morning Offering

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I love this poem by John O’Donahue.  A wonderful reminder that every day is a new beginning. Namaste – K. A Morning Offering I bless the night that nourished my heart To set the ghosts of longing free Into the flow and figure of dream That went to harvest from the dark Bread for the […]