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Boating Times Sup Dog: Joy Laughter and Fitness on the Water AJC, January 2013
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May 16, 2012

Tao Porchon-Lynch: Pure Gratitude at Age 93

By Jessica Bellofato

I love yoga. I have loved yoga since my first class at the age of 18 back when I was a dance major at New York University. In that first class, I recognized that something magical was taking place in that room. That through a group of people breathing, stretching, chanting, meditating, and lying at the end on the floor much like children in nursery school during mandatory ‘quiet time,’ something powerful was happening, something I could not place my finger on, but I knew in the deepest recesses of my self that this practice would be with me for life... Continue reading this article

 

March 28, 2012

Video: Find Integrity Through Intention & Alignment

By Jessica Bellofato

In this class, we explore how when we line up the body consciously, methodically, deliberately, we are then able to experience the fullest expression of the asana. Asana is our SEAT, our connection to the earth. In the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, he tells us “Sthira Sukham Asanam” – that our seat, or our connection to the earth, should be cultivated as steady and joyful. So whether we are practicing asana on the mat or asana in the world, this is our intention. Doesn’t that sound fantastic? A steady, grounded, easeful, joyful connection to the earth. How do we define earth? Earth is all of it. The ground we stand on, the space we inhabit, the beings we relate to, whether at home, work, or while traveling... Continue reading this article

 

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