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Monday
Apr222013

Do Yoga in Paris This Week

Friday
Apr192013

How to Meditate in a Moment

I discovered this One-Moment Meditation yesterday via YogaDork and I was very happy with the results. Even after all of these years of intermittent and -- it should be said -- mostly undisciplined meditation, I am still surprised at how quickly one can feel the benefits. Spending as little as one minute concentrating on your inhales and exhales can noticeably improve your sense of well-being.

Have a peaceful weekend :)

Monday
Apr152013

Do Yoga in Paris This Week


WORKSHOPS/ATELIERS
 
16 Apr Maha Sadhana with TJ Jackson 
19 Apr Yoga for Runners (ongoing) 
19 Apr Iyengar Yoga: Asana + Pranayama with Sabine 
19-21 Apr Mark Darby in Paris  
20 Apr Yoga Nidra 
20 Apr Hatha Yoga + Thai Massage 
20 Apr Moon Sequence 
20 Apr Vinyasa Yoga 
20 Apr Yoga for Beginners with Marie 
20-21 Apr Yoga + Emotional Health 
20 Apr Hormone Yoga Therapy with Kathy Wolff 
21 Apr Dynamic + Mystic Rose Meditation 
21 Apr Major Spring Detox!  
21 Apr Body Rolling with Leila Sadeghee 
21 Apr Pranayama with Cécile Barra (Beginners + Int./Adv.)   
21 Apr Intro to Meditation 
21 Apr Meditation + Yoga of Sound  
21 Apr Voyage to the Heart of Asana  

SPECIAL CLASSES/EVENTS
17 Apr Hatha Yoga at Anima Athletica (FREE!) 
19 Apr Yin Yoga with Lolë Paris (FREE!) 
20 Apr Guerilla Yogi (Donation) 
21 Apr Hatha Flow at Wanderlust with Lolë Paris (FREE!) 

PORTES OUVERTES/OPEN HOUSES
20 Apr Portes Ouvertes at Centre Sivananda (FREE!)  

UPCOMING TEACHER TRAININGS
27 Apr-12 July 4-Week Intensive YogaWorks Teacher Training with Céline Antoine 
27 Apr-10 May Level 1 Teacher Training   

UPCOMING RETREATS
1-5 May Iyengar Yoga in Ardèche   
5-10 May Dynamic Yoga and Hill Walking in Provence 

Friday
Apr122013

“Casual Friday”

Loveashtangayoga - Casual Friday from loveashtangayoga on Vimeo.

Ain’t nothing “casual” about it, this is Ashtanga’s Primary Series as you’ve never seen it before! Thanks to some inventive camera placement and talented yogis, you can now experience the sequence in a whole new way. Dropbacks, tick-tocks and kukkutasana appear more awe-inspiring and beautiful than ever.

Happy Friday!

Wednesday
Apr102013

What Color is Your Yoga?

Image: Alison Hinks YogaA fun infographic on different yoga styles using a color wheel to illustrate the cycle from vigorous (warm hues) to more alignment-based (cool hues.) I love it when design, information and yoga intersect.

What do you think? What color is your practice? I am definitely more attracted to the complementary colors of red and green; when I do yoga, I like mixing sweaty movement with careful alignment.

11 April revision: The conversation developing on Facebook is pretty cool. Someone found the absence on this diagram of Hatha Yoga shameful. My feeling is that Hatha is a white circle enveloping this entire multicolored wheel. White is the presence of all colors :) Yet someone else noticed the absence of Bhakti. What are your thoughts? What would you add or subtract from this wheel of yoga?