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Whatthehellasana, or How I Learned to Love Yoga

March 31st, 2015

I’m going to let you in on a little secret…when I first started yoga back in 2000, I hated it. I mean, I really despised it. What the f*#k is a Sun Salutation, and why the f*#k do I have to do so many of them? And why does that guy next to me sound like Darth Vader having an asthma attack? Why are they chanting—do they even know what they’re saying? Are we singing now? Yep, we’re singing—why are we singing? Each time I tried a class or VHS (yep, dating myself here), I finished the practice feeling dissatisfied, and even angry. I’m not sure why I stuck with it. My stubbornness is... Read More

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

Flexibility: Good for more than just yoga.

June 23rd, 2014

I hate the term “think outside the box.” First, because it’s trite. Second, because it’s so limited. Yeah, I said it. Instead of “thinking outside the box,” why not think about how to expand your box? And if you could, with what else would you fill it? For Sanitas Brewing Company, that box includes delicious, awesome microbrews… and weekly yoga. Every Tuesday, for $15, you can go take a yoga class in the brewery. And unlike other yoga classes around town, this one includes a pint after class. Jenna Bee, owner of Bee Yoga, is as flexible in her approach... Read More