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Desire Yoga Give Aways: 12 Days of Christmas and Happy New Year!


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Happy 2015 to everyone! This year promises to be one of the best ever–I just have a great feeling about what awaits us in 2015. Change can be challenging and ultimately, it is inevitable. So, roll with it.

I hope you make your lists of New Year’s goals, resolutions, intentions, etc. with a joy filled heart. Anything is possible Every Single Day. I wish you a happy and blessed new year. I hope you’ll use one these 12 Days of Christmas free class passes to come to one of my classes. It would be nice to meet you.


Here’s the link for today’s offer: Free three day pass with 10% discount offer


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Desire Yoga: 12 Days of Christmas Give Aways


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Does a free yoga class sound pretty good to you right about now? Maybe you’re ready to kickstart, reboot or revive your yoga practice, but the wallet looks a little thin as we head into the homestretch of the holiday season. No worries–starting today I’ll be giving away a variety of opportunities to take my classes at no cost to you. To kick things off, feel free to print and share these Desire Yoga class passes. Each pass is good for one free Desire Yoga class at The Studio for first time visitors and 20% off your first class package purchase. Here’s the link. Merry Christmas!

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Food for Thought: The Original Yamas and Niyamas

So, while reading the Hatha Yoga Pradipika, I learned there were originally more than five yamas (ethical observances) and five niyamas (moral observances) practiced by yogis. The current trend is to focus on the streamlined list of five yamas and five niyamas noted in Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras. I present these lists here not as a point of debate, but as a point of significant interest. The five yamas and niyamas offered by Patanjali can prove challenging for the most even tempered and dedicated yogis; however I believe taking time to contemplate and cultivate the original list in our practice might make life that much sweeter.



From: Slow Ashtanga at Home attributed to Wikipedia