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Okay. This NY Times article is furiously making its Facebook rounds, and I’ve now been emailed this article enough times that I compelled to say something about it. There’s been quite a bit of a yoga buzz in the news of late. Perhaps this is par for the course, being that it’s the season of New [...]
A friend and student of mine at Office Nomads passed this article on to me. I can’t tell you how often I get questions about why there are so many “flavors” of yoga. This article provides a pretty dang good start at answering that question. Plus, I heart Lifehacker. Enjoy! How to Find the Right [...]
Hello Phyzz Phans! The following post is brought to you by Maria Rainier, who has deftly tackled a subject near and dear to my heart quite recently – getting your practice in while traveling. Having just returned from a long trip myself, I can’t tell you how important it is to keep your yoga practice up, [...]
During a recent conversation with a friend, I was able to articulate in these words what I believe is Phyzz’s true mission: “To do whatever it is the world asks me to do.“ It appears that the world is asking me to bring yoga to the wedding space – rather cosmically apt, don’t you think [...]
“It is all a matter of magnetism: we encounter those that are on our own wavelength.” – Swami Nirmalananda Giri Just came across this article via @lilalabs on twitter. The Atma Jyoti Blog is fast becoming one of my favorite resources for spiritual reading and getting my jnana yoga-nerd fix. Check out this essay on [...]
Surprisingly short, but concise and, reportedly, complete. If you’re a yoga scholar that thinks anything’s missing, please comment! History of Yoga – A Complete Overview of the Yoga History.
Guilty as charged: #1 (no direct deposit for the self-employed, dude, sorry); #4; #5. But other than that, we’re not doing so bad after all. 17 Things you Should Stop Doing : Productivity501.
UPDATE – Click here for link to RSVP! Wow. I was delighted by the turnout this morning at local organic supplement and superfoods bar Healeo for the first Morning YO! Hump Day Stretch and Smoothie sesh! A little over 20 people showed up and I led them in a half-hour routine of grounding, stretching balancing, [...]
Posted: July 8th, 2009 under articles, beginnings, books, events, food, philosophy, shout-outs, videos.
Tags: capitol hill, healeo, morning yo, smoothie, stretch and a smoothie, stretch class, thoughtshot
A Guide for the Overwhelmed | ThinkSimpleNow.com .As a self-proclaimed, multitasking, jack-of-all-trades (I’m thinking about something else as I type this, so there!), this article from one of my favorite blogs, Tina Su’s Think Simple Now caught my eye in my ever-burgeoning stack of RSS feeds. This post is actually written by Ralph Jean-Paul, who I [...]
Yogoer is a cool New York-based website that let users search for yoga, dance, pilates, or fitness centers. This is a cool article on how the author committed to and employed a bandha and pranayama (breathing with retention) practice for 40 days. My favorite quote: “A steady practice works you like water in canyons” Enjoy.