May is national bike month and what could be a better way to celebrate than hopping on your two wheeler, stretching it out afterwards with David Moreno then eating your heart out with delicious food provided by Gospel Farm Flat this Memorial Day Weekend? read more about this event >>>
By – Laura Matteliano
By Daniel Scott via www.danielscottyoga.com
It’s very possible you’ve seen a few students playing around after class or watched a few videos online. Maybe you’ve seen some epic photos in a yoga magazine of two smiling yogis balancing effortlessly on each other’s feet and/or hands in some exotic location. Perhaps, upon seeing this, you’ve thought to yourself, “That’s impossible! I could never do that.”
Please allow me to let you in on a little secret: Yes, you can!… read more >>>
The weekend yoga retreat in the Sierra Hotsprings was exceptional. I arrived feeling broken, distraught, and unsettled, and I left feeling healed, rejuvenated, and centered. The retreat was everything I could have hoped for and more… read more >>>
We are so lucky to have had Meredith Rom join our SolYoga team and thought we should get to know her a little better!
What does the slow, mesmerizing flow of yoga look like at 12X speed?This is an hour-long class compressed into 5 minutes to find out. It’s mesmerizing.
How to Clear a Space of Negative Energy
The city is demanding. Choose the fastest it says. Choose the cheapest. Choose the best. Fit it all in. Make it in time. Don’t cancel.Keep up. Don’t get stuck in traffic. Be on time to class. Go to bed early. Wake up early. Don’t be sad. Pay the bills. Answer your phone. Invitations are few [...]
SolYoga’s Review A River Sanctuary – Black Rock Lodge, Belize By Ben Crosky I wake up each morning excited about something that I take for granted every day, water. I wake up with the sound of the birds and the warmth of the sun. I could stay in these cozy comfortable beds just relearning the [...]
Why Iceland?! It’s easy to proceed through daily life oblivious that the earth we walk on and the universe moving around us is a living, breathing thing. Once reminded of this reality, we see and feel it everywhere. No experience can remind a traveler of the living vibrations of this planet (and those of the [...]
I have a confession. Every now and then I get these waves of disgust for the internet, for facebook, for twitter and blogging and everything else that seems to take up all of our free time with empty space. But every once in a while I get this flash of acceptance. Last night, for example, [...]
Walking through the jungle of Earth Train’s Mamoni Valley Preserve, I am finding myself mesmerized by the vertical nature in front of me. Every tree stretches down to the earth and reaches up to the sky in it’s own unique and beautiful way. Finding roots. Being grounded. Seeking stability and routine. I thought these were [...]
I’ve surely found the best hammock in the world. Or is it the best place in the world to put a hammock? Or am I in the best state of mind and body to be hamasizing to the soft sway of the waves that gently kiss the thin stretch of sand that meets my bungalow. [...]
Oso and I spent a few hours at Mass Moca. We didn’t get to go inside but the outside is almost as fun. It is an old mill space converted into what is now the biggest contemporary art space in the country. A lot of the exhibits are constructed inside the space or designed specifically [...]
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