How to Choose the Right Yoga Class

When people hear the word yoga, they often think of the physical practice of stretching and strengthening the body through postures. Although this is the most popular form of yoga in the United States, it is only one of many ways to achieve a state of centeredness and inner peace.…

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Health Trends for the New Year

Most people start the new year with the best of intentions. They plan to start exercising regularly, yet about 80 percent of Americans fall short of that goal, says Neal Pire, owner of Inspire Training Systems and Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM). A simple but powerful…

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Why Am I Here?

Unlocking Your Purpose When I asked my friend Laura what her life purpose was, the single mom and full-time accountant chuckled and said, “I’m just trying to survive and get through the week. I don’t have time to think about that.” For many of us, the idea of finding our…

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Interview with Sage Rountree: Yoga & Athletes

Sage Rountree is a pioneer in yoga for athletes, an endurance sports coach, and author of six books, including The Athlete’s Guide to Yoga, Racing Wisely, and Everyday Yoga. Co-owner of the three-studio Carolina Yoga Company and director of its teacher trainings, Sage also teaches nationwide and online at YogaVibes and…

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Why Dudes Dig Broga

Although yoga has exploded in popularity, a lot of men are still wary of walking into a yoga class. They worry about competing with super-flexible women who contort their bodies as if auditioning for a circus act or having to chant in a strange foreign language. “I’ve heard so many…

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