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Coming Back to Yoga Full Circle By Shauna Zapp

Author: myaizzolena / Date: 14-05-2015

            We all go through several journeys in our lives. These experiences shape who we are and what we become. Along my journey, I became a mother and it has been a wonderful adventure. Even a year after giving birth, when looking in the mirror or getting on my mat... I am still adjusting to the physical changes within myself. Read more about Coming Back to Yoga Full Circle By Shauna Zapp

Event Highlight: Star Wars Jedi Yoga Workshop May 9th with Michelle Stanger

Author: myaizzolena / Date: 07-05-2015 / Tag: Yoga, Jedi Yoga, Jedi, Star Wars, Full Circle Yoga, Michelle Stagner

Event Highlight: Star Wars Jedi Yoga Workshop May 9th

“My ally is the Force, and a powerful ally it is.. Its energy surrounds us and binds us. Luminous beings are we, not this crude matter. You must feel the Force around you, me, the tree the rock, everywhere.” ~Yoda Read more about Event Highlight: Star Wars Jedi Yoga Workshop May 9th with Michelle Stanger

Student Highlight: Calvin Graning

Author: myaizzolena / Date: 28-04-2015 / Tag: Student Highlight, Full Circle Yoga, Yoga, injuries, healing, Yoga Practice

This month we had the honor to get to know more about a soulful student of Full Circle Yoga, Calvin Graning. His message reminds us the importance of conscious breath, stillness, and being absolutely attuned with your body inside and out. Calvin is a great example that any BODY at any stage of life can practice yoga even with injuries or other hardships. He has gained mobility, confidence, and compassion with himself and others through his practice on the mat. Read more about Student Highlight: Calvin Graning

Event Highlight: Spring Yoga Teacher Training April 22nd

Author: myaizzolena / Date: 20-04-2015 / Tag: Yoga, Full Circle Yoga, Teacher Training, free yoga, passion, yoga love

“Yoga is the light that once lit, will never dim. The better your practice the brighter the flame.”  ~B.K.S Iyengar Read more about Event Highlight: Spring Yoga Teacher Training April 22nd

Applying The Yamas and Niyamas

Author: Jackieb / Date: 07-04-2015 / Tag: Full Circle Yoga, Yoga Longmont, Yoga Studio Longmont CO, Yamas, Niyamas

“Sophie, the only thing preventing you from recovery is your flexibility,” said my physical therapist.

“You do know I’m a yoga instructor, right?”  I replied sarcastically.   Read more about Applying The Yamas and Niyamas

Student Highlight: Terri Boettcher

Author: Jackieb / Date: 27-03-2015 / Tag: Full Circle Yoga, yoga studio longmont, Terri Boetcher, MS

Incorporating the beliefs, practices and mantras of yoga in your everyday life is a learned talent, but one that offers great benefits. Full Circle Yoga student, Terri Boettcher, has reached the pinnacle part in her practice where she can feel Yoga from sun up to sun down. Read more about Student Highlight: Terri Boettcher

Santosha: the link between living simply and being happy

Author: Jackieb / Date: 01-03-2015 / Tag: Full Circle Yoga, Longmont CO, Drisana Lewis

“santosad anuttamah sukha-labhah  /  Contentment results in happiness”  -PYS 11.42 Read more about Santosha: the link between living simply and being happy

Pose of the Month: Forearm Stand

Author: Jackieb / Date: 22-02-2015 / Tag: Full Circle Yoga, Yoga Longmont CO, Yoga Studio, Forearm Stand

To add a bit of humility to your practice, we invite you to rehearse forearm stand. This brave pose will build undoubting strength in your arms while increasing concentration and perseverance. Not only will your arms benefit, but your shoulders and back will experience invigoration. Read more about Pose of the Month: Forearm Stand

Speaking Our Truths and Acting Ourselves

Author: Jackieb / Date: 12-02-2015 / Tag: Full Circle Yoga, Yoga Longmont CO, Libby Felts, Truth

Article written by Libby Felts
 

I remember the first time I cried on my yoga mat.

I walked into the studio with a brave face. I’d been having a rotten morning, but I was determined to lock it up.

But somewhere around Sun A, asana, as it tends to do, broke down whatever shaky barrier I was struggling to hold up between my spirit and my body and the tears began to flow. They dripped from my eyes, down my nose, and onto my mat. There may have been some snot involved, too.

Pretty.

Hey--yoga is beautiful, but it isn’t always pretty. Read more about Speaking Our Truths and Acting Ourselves

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