TT200 Month 2 Blog Post: Being Honest with Myself by Carly Puch

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    Our last weekend of the 200-hour Teacher Training certification included an introductory conversation about the functions of the mind and the Kleshas, key principles in the Sutras.  More specifically the Kleshas are obstacles we must learn to overcome. We talked about Raga, the “overwhelming attraction to pleasure, likes, attachment to what supports my […]

On being content: reflections on weekend one of Teacher Training 200 by Carly Puch

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The first weekend of the 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training has already proved to be better for me than I ever imagined. Due to my own experience within yoga, what I had been taught, and personally read I felt I had a firm understanding in the idea of Yoga as more than just the Asana […]

What is Sapta Dhatu Yoga anyway? by Indu Arora

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Let me give you a little intro: According to Ayurveda our body is made up of 7 tissues (skin, bone, blood, muscle, etc). Each tissue holds its uniqueness in terms of its function, action and contribution to health. The same goes when we move from a state of health to a state of dis-ease. Each […]

Discover the real you!

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Before I had a yoga practice, life’s challenges knocked me on my butt. I often felt powerless. Frustrated. Alone. I would get stuck in the situation and have trouble finding my way out. I’d lose myself in a whirlwind of sadness and confusion. Sound familiar? It doesn’t have to be that way. In my yoga study, […]

Svastha: Ayurveda’s Definition of Health! by Molly McManus

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Svastha or Swastha is the Sanskrit word for health swa= my own self                 stha = to be situated The following is the transliteration of the original Sloka in the Sushruti Samhita with an English translation and commentary for understanding its meaning and implications on our journey toward true health. Samadoşa samāgni ca sama dhātu malakriyah […]

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