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​Yoga On The Road: 5 Tips for Success

Fresh off the heels of a weekend at Yoga Journal Live San Francisco, I am awash in thoughts of practicing yoga while traveling. Observing the celebrity yoga instructors come and go from their jam-packed classes and workshops, I am conscious that this quandary is one they can’t afford to have. It simply must be mastered because, these days, [...]

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The Secret of the Exhale: A Closer Look at Pranayama

Literally translated as extension of the breath (prana – life force or energy, ayama – stretching or extending), pranayama is one of the eight limbs of yoga as identified in Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras and a vital component of our yoga practice.Breathing with Purpose, on PurposeDeprived of the accompanying element of mindful breath, yoga asanas (poses) become little more than calisthenics – [...]

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Five Tips for Teaching A Group Yoga Class

Perhaps the hardest yoga class to teach is the one that includes veritable beginners and advanced students all in the same batch. How exactly do we, as teachers, support and instruct all levels of students appropriately?Recognizing that you can’t win ‘em all and there will indeed be moments when your pace or sequencing is too slow for [...]

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Meet the Author - Kate Tripp

Kate Tripp is a yoga teacher, writer, mother, and co-founder of Luma Yoga, an award-winning yoga studio for adults and children in Santa Cruz, CA. Kate took her first yoga class more than 20 years ago and has been in love with the practice ever since. In 2012, she completed her 200-hr yoga teacher training [...]

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Yoga Props As Messengers of the Yamas and Niyamas

According to Patanjali, the ancient sage who compiled the Yoga Sutras (a codified framework of yoga philosophy) there are eight limbs of classical yoga that make up the discipline, or path. Among them we find the all important Yamas and Niyamas – a collection of ten ethical standards and self-discipline practices. In her book, The Yamas & Niyamas, Deborah Adele ERYT-500 [...]

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Jason Scholder Interviewed on the Jeff Messer Show

Listen to 3ME inventor, Jason Scholder interviewed for Jeff Messer's talk show in Asheville, NC. The interview starts at 68 minutes. They get into all kinds of things, like manufacturing in China and the origin story of Three Minute Egg. Jeff is a terrific interviewer and quickly brought the conversation to things that truly matter. Listen [...]

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Top 5 Things To Know Before You Take Your First Yoga Class

1. You Are Flexible, Strong, and Capable EnoughIf you are among the throngs of the yoga-curious right on the verge of taking your first class, don’t talk yourself out of it because you aren’t flexible, strong, or capable enough. It just isn’t true. You are enough. You have enough. And just as you don’t have [...]

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Five Things Everyone Should Know About Yoga

1. Yoga is not a religion.Contrary to popular belief, yoga is not – technically – about a belief in God or Gods. Yoga is a spiritual practice designed to connect its teachers and students with universal consciousness and whatever form or iteration of ‘the divine’ each of us imagines. Rather than elevating a specific deity, yoga is much more [...]

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4 Tips + Inspirations to Help You Keep Your New Years Resolutions

For many, the allure of yoga peaks in the wake of the New Years’ holiday. We imagine ourselves finally ready to buy that yoga mat calling our name or to try the class our friends have been raving about. We imagine a calmer, gentler, happier version of ourselves and wish for it, taste its allure, feel ready to set [...]

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Artistry in the Yoga Room – Hand-Painted Yoga Props

The yoga room is a place of intention, mindfulness, and order. Yoga students and teachers alike often speak of gravitating to studios that resonate for them on an aesthetic, as well as philosophical, level. If you build your day or week or life around coming into a specific room to do your practice, it is important that you [...]

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