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Thoughts are Things by Liz Philipose, Teacher in Training

Thoughts are Things The second Sutra says that yoga is the restraint of the mind. If the restraint of the mental modifications is achieved, one has reached the goal of

The Cosmic Geometry of Asanas by Liz Philipose, Teacher in Training

The Cosmic Geometry of Asanas A lot of people think of yoga as a purely physical practice. It has become a new way of exercising because it builds strength and

We can’t direct the wind, but we can adjust the sails. By Sarah Latin-Kasper, Teacher in Training

“We can’t direct the wind but we can adjust the sails.”   A little over a week ago, I endured a shoulder injury leaving me unable to practice for a

Self-Care by Sarah Latin-Kasper, Teacher in Training

Self-care is a term that I’ve seen and heard a lot over the last few years. It seems like in the wake of the healthcare debate there’s been a movement

In all Earnestness by Sarah Latin-Kasper, Teacher in Training

Something I’ve been thinking about a lot recently is the quality of my practice. In yoga, we are often taught that all we need to do is show up. I

The Work by Sarah Latin-Kasper, Teacher in Training

The Work This post is not an easy one to write- the words aren’t coming to me as I try to organize the thoughts running through my mind. I feel

Who are you not to be? By Sarah Latin-Kasper, Teacher in Training

Walking from my car to the first day of training, I was nervous. I couldn’t help but think “Who am I to be doing this?” I paused outside the Post

The Next Step by Amy Foran, Teacher in Training

Before this yoga teacher training started, I felt anticipation around the amount of work and time it would add to my already very full schedule. I was also unsure if

The Sweetness of Surrender by Amy Foran, Teacher in Training

Throughout life we are told ‘listen to your heart, it always knows the answer’.  This is something I’ve taken to heart throughout my own life, pun intended.  Looking back, hindsight

Finding your Inner Spirituality by Amy Foran, Teacher in Training

Being raised in a religious home, spirituality was never something I was exposed to. I hate to say that it took me until I was 30 that spirituality was a