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8 Powerful Steps To Positive Thinking 8 Powerful Steps To Positive Thinking “The positive thinker sees the invisible, feels the intangible, and achieves the impossible.” ~ Unknown It’s so much easier to be pessimistic than to be optimistic, isn’t it? To look at the half empty glass instead of the half full glass, to criticize and complain instead of expressing our appreciation and gratitude for everything that happens to us and all around us. Well, not anymore.
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As the School of Yoga's directors, we have long been believers in the transformative powers of discipline, study, and devotion, as well as the curative powers of love and laughter, and we all have strong mentorship ties to our own teachers. We have worked side-by-side for over eight years to develop a strong core asana and methodology curriculum, a relevant philosophy program, and a place where you can learn from teachers that are living this stuff, every single day. Lisa Mae is the Yoga School Director, and is joined by Hari-bhakti and Monicka Koneski as Co-Directors. We believe that your classroom hours are the entry point for the real teachings, which are your personal practices as well as the teachings themselves! We provide an intensive but loving environment in which to explore your own vast inner workings, the beginning steps to sharing your love of yoga with the world. The Bhaktishop Yoga Center - Portland Oregon - yogaschool-200 The Bhaktishop Yoga Center - Portland Oregon - yogaschool-200
The Yoga Space - Portland, Oregon The Yoga Space - Portland, Oregon We are an alignment based Vinyasa studio in Portland, Oregon committed to pursuing the true essence of yoga. You will find on-going classes suitable for your level in Vinyasa, Hatha, Restorative, Jivamukti, and Yin Yoga. Our teachers are highly trained in alignment to assist you in deepening your practice safely. We offer a 200 hr. & 500 hr. Yoga Alliance Certified Teacher Training annually & workshops with wonderful visiting teachers.
Portland Yoga Studio - The Movement Center - 503-231-0383
Ira Israel: The Future of Yoga in America Last Saturday on the adjacent mat was a pleasant Norwegian woman. After class she asked me if I liked the class and I responded affirmatively. I asked her if she liked the class and she replied, "I like this teacher because she always adds some spiritual stuff at the end." I laughed. In my mind I thought, that's like someone saying, "I've always eaten salads at McDonald's -- I didn't even know they served hamburgers!" Ira Israel: The Future of Yoga in America
Ed and Deb Shapiro: Why Your Intellect Is an Obstacle In Yoga When Ed trained in yoga he lived in silence, practice and service. He soon became aware that yoga is far more than just a series of postures or mental exercises, but rather is a way of life that leads to self-realization. He trained at the Bihar School of Yoga in India during the late 1960s, where he became a swami -- a yoga expert. But only when he came back to the west and began to live as a yogi did he see how inclusive and far-reaching yoga really is. Although it has its roots in Hinduism, yoga transcends the limitations of religion; it stands alone. Ed and Deb Shapiro: Why Your Intellect Is an Obstacle In Yoga
The Big Book of Yoga: The Yoga Family Treehouse (page 1 of 4) Yoga has been around for a long, long time. The earliest reliable evidence we have of Yoga being practiced in ancient India is a carving from the early Indus Valley settlement, Mohenjo-Daro, possibly dating back to 3300 BCE1. By way of comparison, Lao Tze, Socrates, and Buddha wouldn't be born until almost 3,000 years later. So in order to provide a truly comprehensive history of Yoga would entail the work of a lifetime (or lifetimes!).

The Big Book of Yoga: The Yoga Family Treehouse (page 1 of 4)

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Yogis Anonymous | Online Yoga Videos, Live-Streaming and Yoga On Demand Yogis Anonymous | Online Yoga Videos, Live-Streaming and Yoga On Demand Make the Shift, Session 4 All Levels - 38min April 3, 2014 Description This week, we dive into the power of being with what is. We let go of our need to control, grip or force, and breathe into the freedom of opening to things as they are.