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Brian Saeger: Running Late? Your Practicing Pranayama

October 4th, 2014

Hello everyone, This week I went to Brian Saeger’s FREE class in the attic of Wesley Chappel. The class was packed with college  students, and is designed for students. One of the unique things about this class is that Brian is teaching it like a workshop with the goal of giving students a practice they can take home with them. Each week he will be working on teaching students the same flow. He even had handouts with diagrams of the flow for people to take home with them. The workshop feel was very different than a typical yoga class, where students rarely speak. In this class, Brian would... Read More

Namaste Boulder!

September 18th, 2014

Welcome to Namaste Boulder. This is my new weekly blog dedicated to the exploration of the people and classes that make up Boulder’s vast and dynamic yoga scene. I have been practicing yoga in Boulder for 5 years. One of the main things I have learned is that yoga can be different things to different people. There are so many classes to choose from here in Boulder, I am confident that there is a class and an instructor who can meet anyone’s needs. When I first started practicing, I had to put in a lot of time and money trying out different instructors and studios to find the right classes... Read More

The Mystery and Majesty of Boulder’s Saddle Rock Trail

July 2nd, 2014

Gregory Canyon’s trailhead has seen better days. Currently, it’s actually in the process of seeing better days, because construction vehicles are finally beginning to rebuild the road that was destroyed in last year’s floods. I hadn’t been in the Gregory Canyon area since before Boulder’s big flooding incident, so this road was quite a shock to me, but it was merely foreshadowing what was yet to come on the trail. The Saddle Rock trail looks quite a bit different since the floods. The flooding paved a huge riverbed through the forest area, leaving behind all of... Read More

Four Great Boulder Trails you Didn’t Know Existed Until this Particular Blog Post

May 9th, 2014

After a long and cold winter, the warm weather has returned once again, turning Boulder into a lush summer environment. You owe it to yourself to gaze upon the beautiful landscape around Boulder, and the best way to do that is to start exploring some trails. Marshall Mesa Loop Marshall Mesa Loop is a great hiking trail to start with. It’s an easy hike, only 3.3 miles, and it gives you a brilliant view of the Flatirons. This is the kind of trail that you would see on a postcard and say, “Wow, this looks like a pretty cool place, I would probably enjoy walking around there.” This is also a... Read More