Great article on why athletes should try Iyengar Yoga!
Originally posted on Fit Is a Feminist Issue:
I remember back in high school gym class when girls sometimes sat out of virgorous activity, and definitely out of swimming, because it was “that time of the month.” I can already feel the feminist sense of affront rising as I think back on it. The very idea of relegating girls to the side lines because they were menstruating. Please.
Through my teens and twenties, taking a time-out because of my period made absolutely no sense to me. Though I did suffer from body ache, tiredness, and unpredictable moods prior to my period each month (yes, I believe in PMS and you can’t convince me otherwise), the minute I started to menstruate I enjoyed a surge of energy (and optimism) that stayed with me through the duration of my period and on into the better part of the month!
So I experienced much resistance, annoyance, and feminist skepticism when, upon…
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I just love this post on The Belle Jar! Read up :)
Originally posted on The Belle Jar:
Dear Friends Who Take Selfies,
I want you to know that I love it when you post pictures of yourself. I know selfies get a lot of bad press, but I think they’re rad. They give me a little window into your life, and you’d be amazed at how much I can get out of one little photo.
I love your pictures because I love seeing what you’re wearing – the outfits you build give me ideas about how to mix it up with my own wardrobe, and seeing you work your shit gives me courage to try clothing that I otherwise might have thought was too outlandish or revealing.
I love seeing how you do your hair and makeup. You look like a hot babe and I wish you would make YouTube tutorials explaining how you get your eyeliner just so. I want you to post pictures every time you change your…
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Originally posted on Home Yoga Practice:
I write a great deal about Asana in my blog. One could argue that my blog is only about Asana and that I have not even come close to touching the other limbs. That…
A Conversation with Manouso Manos and Patricia Walden Join two of the world’s foremost yoga teachers who helped shape the evolution of yoga in the United States and beyond. Manouso and Patricia were both close disciples of the late Yogacharya … Continue reading
A great discussion about yoga with two of my favorite yogis, Caitlin Rotkiewicz and Karl Erb. I have missed these citta chats very much. Hope you enjoy as much as I do! ॐ
Love this! What are your thoughts on yoga selfies?