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For the most part, modern western Yoga understands very little about the ancient concept of the Chakra System. As with […]

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In one word, what does yoga mean to you? Peace. In five words or less, why do you love to […]

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What’s Mula Bandha? Why is it important for your health and yoga practice? I never considered that I would need […]

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Most of us, at some point, will experience some form of lower back pain. Whether it is from sitting on […]

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October’s book is “A Life Worth Breathing” by Max Strom.  Max Strom will be coming to Semperiva in November for […]

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Thea Gow-Jarrett’s infectious energy and joy for yoga has lead her to Semperviva, working behind the front desk at the […]

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We can often get lost in the shuffle of everyday stresses, especially in a whirlwind of summer travel and activities. […]

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When I lost my mother to ovarian cancer in 2008, I needed to do something to clear my head and give […]

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A human being is part of a whole, called by us the “Universe” — a part limited in time and […]

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Seane Corn is unlike any teacher I have met before. Her openness, her authentic fire, her commitment to the path, […]

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By Cameron Gilley, ERYT 200 How often do you catch yourself pretending? I do all the time. Pretending things aren’t […]

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Being new to yoga, it’s a safe bet (at least it was in my case) to stick with classes like […]

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By Cameron Gilley “The only thing for certain is that everything changes. The rate of change increases, and if you […]

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Sarah-Jane Steele When Natalie Angell made her first trip to Uganda she had visions of what her purpose might be. […]

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By Lindsey Lewis, www.libreliving.com WHEN LINDSEY MET SWAMI He had the biggest grin I’d ever seen on a yogi. That […]

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If a single thought can change the world, then certainly a thousand yogis flowing through a series of Surya Namaskars […]

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Sara Avant Stover was a senior in college when she was diagnosed with cervical cancer, and forced to examine her own disconnection from her body. Her internal examination led her to ask the hardest question of her life: What does it mean to be a happy woman?

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Our bodies were born to move: to beat to the rhythm, to flow on the current of sound. Amber Field […]

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Every Saturday morning in July and August (except July 31) Semperviva will be offering yoga for kids aged 6-11 years. […]

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Hemalayaa’s classes offer a fresh blend of India’s timeless healing traditions. A unique and dynamic approach to transforming life’s struggles […]

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