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October 10, 2018

If you have a good workout at the gym but come away feeling unfulfilled and stressed about things at work or home, how much have you really gained? Your muscles might be a little stronger and your waistline a little slimmer, but are you truly pursuing overall good heal...

September 11, 2018

Do you suspect someone close to you is thinking about ending their life? Typically when someone is thinking of committing suicide, they showcase some common warning signs. Suicide doesn’t usually have one single cause, it’s usually due to a combination of factors. Know...

May 3, 2015

The path of yoga is a lifelong road full of bumps, twists & turns. Every practitioner follows a unique path; learning and practicing the tools of yoga and then incorporating them, bit by bit, into their everyday lives. In this way the practice of yoga becomes a persona...

 Photo © 2004 Leslie Bridger


Open the gate and walk the path. It truly is a joyous experience. You get to choose any path you wish. You also have the ability to determine what the path will look and feel like. Where the path will lead and how fast you move along the pa...

April 11, 2015


It's been a year since I started teaching Yoga for Round Bodies. I started teaching Yoga for Round Bodies for a very specific, somewhat selfish, reason; my mother. I wanted to share the practice of yoga with her but she always refused because of her body. When I heard...

March 26, 2015


A few months back, I spent some time deep in the Andes Mountains in Chile. Those mountains had been calling to me for a long time now. Beckoning me to reconnect with the ancient energy and merging with the flow of the mountains.


Although I had travelled south under th...

February 13, 2015



By Bobby Bessey


Practicing with a partner is a fun way to deepen, expand and energize your yoga practice. Choosing to share your yoga with someone special can be a bonding experience, helping you connect and expand your relationship in a powerful way. When you do pos...

January 21, 2015

By Lorrie McLachlan


There comes a time in every yogi’s life when the practice merges with the spirit….when the postures are no longer just physical but metaphors for life….when the practice is more than our mat, philosophy books and hot yoga rooms. These can just becom...

September 16, 2014


By Meaghan Burridge


The practice of yoga can be adapted for all bodies and all experiences. But as I often say to new students asking me about how to get started, it’s very important that you find the right class for you. Many yoga classes are physically strenuous and...

August 18, 2014

By gifted foodie and yogini Kayla Hall




1 large mango

2 peaches

4-6 plum tomatoes

1/4 cup finely chopped red onion

1-2 tbsp fresh chopped cilantro1 tbsp lime juice (optional) 

1/2 tsp cayenne pepper (optional)




Chop mango, peaches, and tomatoes into...

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