Monthly Archives: May 2014

A 10,000-step yoga journey starts with the first one

Do you know the saying, “The bad news is: time flies; the good news is: you’re the pilot.”? This sums up my  yoga-teacher training at Yoga Space in Toronto.  I’m one full weekend away from finishing my 200-hour course. Thanks … Continue reading

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Fairy tales can come true – it can happen to you …

Once upon a time, a 58-year-old college professor decided she wanted to learn to teach yoga. Determination was her superpower. Her kryptonite? Being physically inactive throughout her life. Heck, she didn’t even like physical activity or the gym! Was it … Continue reading

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BKS Iyengar receives Padma Vibhushan Award from the President of India

Originally posted on Home Yoga Practice:
Courtesy ANI BKS Iyengar was awarded the Padma Vibhushan Award at a presidential ceremony over the weekend. He was recognized for his work in yoga. This is India’s second highest civilian award. Other award…

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