Originally seen in Afluencer.com 8 Fantastic Fitness Influencers to Collaborate With in 2020 By Natalie Weber Yoga and laughs to all things fitness and everything in-between with these energetic influencers. Dolphin poses, squats, workouts, kettlebell training, and just moving never looked and felt this good on your social media feed. Here are 8 fitness influencers…

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Originally seen in AllTheStuff.com How to Fall Asleep and Stay Asleep (Excerpt) 67 Health Professionals Share Their Tips Tips and Tricks to Help you Get to Sleep Sleeping is one of the easiest things to do, so why can it be so difficult to fall asleep and then stay asleep? Personally, I have fought with…

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Originally seen in VoyageLA.com March 26, 2018 “Meet Trailblazer Shana Meyerson” by VoyageLA Staff Today we’d like to introduce you to Shana Meyerson. Thanks for sharing your story with us Shana. So, let’s start at the beginning and we can move on from there. I grew up a very intense athlete. I played the Junior…

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Originally seen in 42Yogis.com December 3, 2015 “Yoga is not about being flexible” by Ysmay Walsh   Those of us who teach yoga hear a lot of excuses.   “I can’t do yoga because I don’t have time.” “I can’t do yoga because I don’t have yoga pants.” “I can’t do yoga because I’m not…

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 I was quoted in the following article, “When Yoga Hurts” (October 15, 2007), as saying that if someone’s goal is to look like Madonna, they are better off spinning. When I said this to Pamela Paul, the context was solely to make the point that yoga is deeper than just a physical pursuit. If someone…

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Book excerpt written by Shana Meyerson Yoga is life. I don’t say this as a clever tee shirt slogan or even as the words of a fanatic yogini. I say this because yoga practice is life practice. Like life, yoga can only be practiced, but never perfected. It is a never-ending exploration and discovery of…

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“Yoga’s Culture” By Elyse Glickman In the late 1960s, popular culture introduced a generation to yoga as a way to “tune in and turn on.” While yoga in its many forms (Hatha, Iyengar, Kundalini and Flow, among others) still carries with it that old-school caché of peace, love and harmony, it has turned into a…

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Originally seen in Aaptiv.com Easy Ways to Modify Yoga with a Knee Injury By Julia Dellitt Experts weigh in on various modifications you can make to support injuries big and small. Whether a tiny twinge from overexercising or a serious injury, such as a torn ligament, troublesome knees can derail your workout plan. This leads…

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