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Step onto the mat every Friday on Wanderlust TV as Pip takes over the LIVE studio to host Deep Release Flow – a practice that works on deeper levels than your usual Yoga class. Pip Elyisum is an internationally recognized AcroYoga teacher, trained ballet dancer and performer. She’s been featured in Yoga Magazine, Om Yoga
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by Barrie Quiet pond in the park of Appeal by Gustav Klimt By now, I realize it might be overstating the obvious to say that your mind and sensory awareness can get drained from extensive online engagement, not just mentally but physically as well. Interacting with others through a screen is taxing on your nervous
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Amber Karnes, the founder of Body Positive Yoga, is teaching us to honor our highest selves—and tearing down patriarchal ideology in the process. Amber Karnes is well aware that the body positivity movement has been co-opted by commercial campaigns designed to sell us soap and overpriced razors under the guise of developing self-esteem. But when she
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Try Amber Karnes’ way of accessing the energizing and balancing benefits of Natarajasana. Body Positive Yoga founder Amber Karnes created this sequence to approach Natarajasana (Lord of the Dance Pose), one of her favorite postures, in a new way: It’s less about creating a “pretty” pose and more about exploring sensation and muscular action. Stay in
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Why do you practice Vrksasana (Tree Pose)? Here, Jivana Heyman—founder and director of the international nonprofit Accessible Yoga and leader of YJ’s upcoming course, Chair Yoga 101—dives into a brief discussion on the asana’s benefits, which serve as the foundation for a playful exploration into variations of Tree Pose that you can try in a
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Where there’s faith, there’s doubt. It’s the law of duality. If Faith is Lightness, then doubt is density.  Personally, I want more light and less heavy in my life. I want a Faith that comforts my hunger pains, a Faith so protective that it keeps the agitation of doubt at bay. Faith like a flashlight
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Dance, release and lighten up with Dirish Shaktidas Fridays on Wanderlust TV as he takes over the LIVE studio to host an upbeat, Prana-boosting Shakti Dance class. Dirish is a London-based yoga teacher immersed in the world of holistic healing. Internationally trained by world-renowned teachers he has been practicing yoga dance and meditation for over
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Join Mariel every Monday as she takes over the Wanderlust TV LIVE studio with an intense HIIT Strength and Mobility class that promises to leave you feeling powerful and ready to start the week on the strong side. Half English, half Mexican (with an American accent), Mariel has practiced Ashtanga and Vinyasa Flow yoga around
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Serena Poon is a leading Celebrity Chef, Nutritionist, and Reiki Master. Find her on Wanderlust TV discussing the power of crystals, and if you’d like to explore these cyrstals at home, use code WANDERLUST to get 15% off crystals and self-care products on her website, Serena Loves. Energy is the force of life, and sometimes that
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LA-based yoga and meditation teacher and Radically Loved podcast host Rosie Acosta answers Yoga Journal’s rapid fire questions about daily habits, preferred practices, and her secret superpowers.   Hear more from Rosie on Yoga Journal’s Yoga Show podcast. 
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Come and sit every Thursday at 7.30PM UK on Wanderlust TV as Maude takes over the LIVE studio to guide you through an Explorative Meditation class. Maude Hirst is the founder of the company EnergyRise: on a mission to find a unique path into mindfulness for everyone. Her passion is to empower people by lovingly
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Rejuvenate with these variations of Ardha Matsyendrasana, or Half Lord of the Fishes Pose This seated spinal twist improves posture, stimulates the digestive tract, and offers a deep, cleansing stretch. Ardha Matsyendrasana (Half Lord of the Fishes Pose) Begin in Sukhasana (Easy Pose) with your right leg crossed on top of your left. Root down
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When everyone is looking inward, there’s no need to stand out. In our advice column, called Wolf Wisdom, Wolf Terry, a Bhakti Yoga teacher and writer in Denver, Colorado, answers your pressing questions about practicing asana, meditation, mantra, and more. In this post, she covers the tendency to turn your yoga practice into a performance.
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Acupressure mats, rollers, bath salts and more will soothe your muscles after a long day or a difficult sequence. Just like we use props in our practice to get into the fullest expression of a pose, we can use at-home massage tools to elevate our rest and recovery to heal more efficiently. Whether you have
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Live Be Yoga Ambassador Cameron Allen shares his perspective and reflections on what he has learned about dhyana, the seventh limb of yoga. Live Be Yoga Ambassador Cameron Allen  JTRANYO As I deepen my relationship with yoga, I continue to come face-to-face with my misconceptions and assumptions about the practice. The more I experience dhyana,
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The company will close all remaining brick-and-mortar studios and continue its business operations exclusively through its digital platforms. YogaWorks, one of the largest yoga chains in the world—with more than 60 studios across the country—filed for bankruptcy on Tuesday, according to a press release. The Chapter 11 petition ordered the permanent closure of all remaining
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by Beth Path in the Fog by Claude Monet Most of us have encountered the chakras at some point on our yoga journey. Some of us have solid knowledge of the origins and traditional meanings. But many of us may be wondering if the chakras have relevance to our yoga practice and the issues we
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by Ram When I Drive a Flower Bicycle, I Will Have a Good Future by Yu Youhan A daily physical exercise regimen is the secret to remaining physically and mentally strong and active. Exercise actually goes a long way to strengthen and protect all parts of your body and brain. In general, aerobics, weight-bearing endurance
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by Leza Lowitz The Heart of the Circus by Marc Chagall  “You’re not supposed to have a cold,” a student said one night at the yoga studio. “Oh?” I replied, eyebrow raised. “You’re a yoga teacher,” she offered by way of explanation. I wish I’d had a witty comeback, but instead, I turned away to
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Erin Motz Co-Founder of Bad Yogi & voice of real yogis everywhere. In my spare time I’m also a wine drinker, cheese eater, and not your average yoga teacher; I’ve been teaching yoga for almost 15 years, but you won’t hear much Sanskrit, I totally forgive you if you don’t know your asana from your