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Jason Crandell – Value Of Technique in Vinyasa

“Technique is an access point for paying attention to what you are doing.” Jason Crandell shares the value of technique in a vinyasa class. Working up a sweat, getting toned, becoming more limber are all valuable benefits but when we do this practice – being mindful and paying attention helps us to be more present […]


Sianna Sherman – Ganeshas Broken Tusk

Once upon a time… How did Ganesha get his broken tusk? Sianna Sherman shares another beautiful story with us. Remember that we are all mythic beings and whenever we hear a story, we remember that we are every character in the story – and insight will naturally emerge when we hear the story. We hope […]


AcroYoga – Contentment And Letting Go

Jason Nemer shares a story about contentment and letting go in his journey to become a yoga teacher in San Francisco. He lived in his van when he first became a teacher – only to then have his van stolen with all of his belongings. On his 30th birthday, he found his only possessions a […]


Eric Shaw – The Ancient Origins Of Yoga

Big Happy Days Professor of Yoga, Eric Shaw talks about the beloved Upanishads in his lesson today. These texts are primary to the tradition. Upanishads itself means, “to sit down near,” or a student sitting next to his Guru to learn. Technology such as Mantra, Pranayama, Pratyahara came to us from the Upanishads. Pay attention. […]


Hemalayaa – Celebration Shift

Lets shake things up this Monday morning! Global Yogini and Dance Instructor, Hemalayaa, shares one of her favorite moves – The Celebration Shift. Don’t just watch! Join, vibrate, RELEASE – and shift your perspective in this moment. Go for it! We are proud to partner with and spread their good yoga news EVERYWHERE! […]


Hillary Rubin – Firing Up Your Inspiration Engine

Why is it important to be motivated? Hillary Rubin shares that we need incentives to stay fired up to do what we want to do. Whether that is a new candle or going on a hike – do what inspires YOU to get things done! Make it work for you. Big Happy Day is […]


Bo Forbes – Nervous System Runs The Show

The nervous system acts as a middle man for our daily experiences. Our nervous system is like a guard dog designed to protect us from danger. When we are “overloaded” it can backfire and become a barrier to intimacy. When we incorporate tools from our yoga practice to keep our nervous system balanced, it helps […]


Darren Main – Sincere Appreciation

Showing sincere appreciation is one of the most important things you can do for your students. Darren Main encourages us to honestly and sincerely appreciate the efforts of our students, we inspire them to work harder and go deeper into their practice. Share these videos and help spread this amazing knowledge! Go ahead, have […]


Felicia Tomasko – At Home In Our True Nature

We spend so much time trying to be someone or something else other than our unique selves.Felicia Tomasko shares the importance of finding ourselves at home in our true nature according to the teachings of Ayurveda. If we begin with Ahimsa, we can begin with compassion towards ourselves. Find your steady, sweetness in how you […]

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Yoga of 12-Step Recovery

The 12-step recovery model, created in 1939, is the most well-known and pervasive addiction/recovery program in the world with millions of practitioners internationally. In a word, the characteristics and effects of addiction could easily be descr need buy essay ibed as separation. Addictive behaviors separate and disconnect us from ourselves, our loved ones, our environment […]


Suzanne Sterling – Resonating Chambers: The Chest

“Finding the deeper “voice” that lives inside of you.” The body is a natural resonating chamber for sound. There are three resonating chambers in the body – Suzanne Sterling shares how the chambers or empty spaces that hold and amplify sound affect us. One of the chambers is the chest. Low notes and slower vibrations […]


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Sianna Sherman – The Story Of Durga

Once upon a time… Mahisha, who took the form of a bull, did all of his practices with a one pointed focus. Lord Shiva took notice and granted him special powers. Mahisha took advantage of his powers and began to create disruption. Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva create the Goddess Durga riding fiercely upon her Lion. […]


AcroYoga – Strength In Vulnerability

Jenny, co-founder of AcroYoga shares how strength in vulnerability is so important, especially when we are teaching. The power of being vulnerable not only liberates you, but also liberates your students. Give yourself permission to be exactly who you are. Celebrate the idea of unity that we are all one and offer it to the […]


Hemalayaa – Sound Vibrations

“Sound gets us in touch with our true voice as we speak and listen in the world.” Hemalayaa helps us to “loosen up our lips” so to speak by offering some fun practices to come authentically from our voice. Thank you to our sponsor, Yoganonymous! Just Press Play and have a Big Happy […]

Darren Main - The Decision To Teach

Darren Main – The Decision To Teach

Why did you make the decision to teach yoga? Darren Main identifies a few key points we should consider when we make the choice to become a yoga teacher. Do you want to chant? Focus on alignment? Work with special needs groups? Find your calling and teach from your truth. Thank you to our […]

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Felicia Tomasko – Self Massage

The BEAUTIFUL Felicia Tomasko, editor of LA Yoga Magazine, supports us in developing a personal practice. Self Massage is emphasized in the tradition of Ayurveda. It can assist in cleansing, improving circulation and also helps to create a soft barrier between ourselves and the world around us. It is a wonderful practice of Self Love […]


Eric Shaw – Purpose Of Hatha Yoga

Eric Shaw explains the traditional purpose of Hatha Yoga. In ancient times it had a wider view than today, where it sometimes implies fitness. Hatha means Sun/Moon, which is a clue to the deeper movement of energy within the body during a Hatha Yoga Practice. The goal of Hatha Yoga is to awaken the ascension […]


Hillary Rubin – Perfection Is Kryptonite

Perfection is Kryptonite to motivation. Hillary Rubin invites you to join her in being a “Recovering Perfectionist.” Does the idea of being “perfect” stop you from showing up for yourself in the world? Remember, that you are perfect. You are everything that you need, right here, right now, in this moment. Thank you to […]


Bo Forbes – The Gap Between Insight & Change

How do we create emotional balance? While we all have the tools to cultivate emotional well-being but there sometimes remains a gap between insight and change. In this video Bo Forbes shares the elements she looks at in her research and teaching to help us narrow that gap. Thank you to our sponsor, Yoganonymous! […]