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What is TRX?

What is TRX? Invented by a former U.S. Navy Seal, the TRX (short for total-body resistance exercise) turns every exercise into a challenge for your core by using two simple resources: gravity and your body weight. Depending on the exercise, you’ll use your feet or hands to hold onto the straps. In general, a part of your body will be suspended above the floor. You may also be leaning into or away from the straps to create resistance and destabilization. Why Should I Do It? It's great for both beginners and fitness junkies, not to mention those always on [...]

What is TRX?2019-12-05T17:22:36+00:00

Yoga, Where do I Begin?

Yoga, Where do I Begin? No really, where do I begin? The topic is vast. The practice can be found all over the planet. Babies do it, animals do it, your grandparents are doing it! But what is it and where does one begin? Or begin again? There are endless interpretations, but we'll attempt to keep it simple. Yoga means union. Connection. Within and without. Body, mind, and soul. Between you and your world, you and all the other humans, you and the animals, the plants, between you and... things. What is union between you and your own body, [...]

Yoga, Where do I Begin?2019-12-05T17:24:13+00:00

Mysore Practice. My (hi)Story.

Mysore Practice. My (hi)Story. My dear Yogis, Many of my students often ask me about Mysore practice. I think, more than the practice itself, it is also interesting to share with you a bit of my story and history about Mysore practice – where it came from and how I learned this style of yoga. Looking back, the Mysore style of yoga reminds me of the time I spent in Chennai in India, and of two great people who had a great influence in learning the practice – TKV Desikachar, the son of Krisnamacharya in Chennai, and India Daniel [...]

Mysore Practice. My (hi)Story.2019-11-21T00:44:56+00:00

Yin. Sound. Scent

YIN . SOUND . SCENT Imagine taking an active role in our quest to become healthier; to develop a more compassionate and conscious relationship with ourselves. Knowing, as science is showing us, that Yoga can be one of the tools for enhancing our health; for self-regulation, for reducing mental, physical and emotional stress, for reducing inflammation and disease in the body, for increasing feelings of positivity and strength. Yoga as a means of taking an active role in our whole person health; body, mind, and spirit. As long-standing Mindfulness and Yoga teachers, it is lovely and fulfilling to connect [...]

Yin. Sound. Scent2019-11-14T14:44:56+00:00