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Relationships

Relationships are essential. It is through our connections with others, both past and present, that we are able to find ourselves. If you look back over your own personal relationship history, you can assess your values, determine your goals, reveal … Continue reading

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Recommended Reading

I love the following article! While it isn’t exactly related to Emotional Yoga, it does over invaluable insight regarding how to heal emotional and self-destructive eating patterns. See Karly Randolph Pitman’s 2012 article “How Attachment Can Heal Overeating. For Good” … Continue reading

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The Pose Poll

This morning, on a whim, I decided to take a poll of my yoga-loving friends to see what their favorite yoga postures and least favorite yoga postures are. Knowing that yoga is an intensely personal, intensely subjective experience, the purpose … Continue reading

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Blind Spots

I’m not too proud to ask for help. In fact, I firmly believe that those adept at caring for others often neglect their own need to receive healing. As I have recovered from a once-unrelenting eating disorder, I’ve learned that … Continue reading

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Hormones

I apologize in advance to my male readers for discussing a topic that is so decidedly female, so entirely estrogen-focused. Yes, I’m referring to periods. Stop. End of sentence. If you’re male or post-menopausal this blog post won’t apply to … Continue reading

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Standing Salute

Begin by standing on your yoga mat with your feet about hips’ width apart. Root down through the inner edges of your feet as you raise both arms towards the sky, pressing the palms together.  Look upwards as you reach … Continue reading

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Reclined Cobbler’s Pose

Shay didn’t trust anyone. She didn’t trust her parents, her boyfriend, or her boss. She especially didn’t trust herself. “I’m a pathological liar,” she confessed. “I tell people what I think they want to hear so that they’ll like me.” … Continue reading

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