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  • Pose of the Week: Camel

    By MetroPowerYoga | In Blog | on November 18, 2014

    Camel Pose or Ustrasana, improves spinal flexibility, while also strengthening the back muscles and improving posture. It stretches the chest, abdomen, quadriceps, and hip flexors. Through compression, it also stimulates the kidneys, which improves digestion. This pose is an energizing and invigorating heart-opener. Avoid this pose if you have a neck injury, migraine or have high […]

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  • Being Of Power

    By MetroPowerYoga | In Blog | on November 12, 2014

    “We become of power by being bold and unflappable in our intention to transform ourselves and our world. In and of themselves, the practices don’t work. You work!” – Baron Baptiste, Being of Power: The 9 Practices to Ignite an Empowered Life. Each day we work. We work at our jobs. We work raising our […]

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  • Pose of the Week: Double Pigeon

    By MetroPowerYoga | In Blog | on November 11, 2014

    Pose of the Week: Double Pigeon Double Pigeon, or Firelog, can be intense, but well-worth it for super tight hips. This is one of my go-to poses when I am very active. Runners and cyclists will appreciate this pose for the tremendous release gained in the upper hips, where the IT Band meets the Tensor […]

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  • Giving It Up to Get Empty

    By MetroPowerYoga | In Blog | on November 5, 2014

    In this month of Gratitude, it’s time to reconnect with our truest, simplest, most basic nature. One of the ways I enjoy a return to simple things is by giving things away. It’s more than cleaning out my closets and purging the pantry of out-of-date canned goods. While those are noble things to do, all […]

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  • Pose of the Week: Pyramid Pose (Parsvottanasana)

    By MetroPowerYoga | In Blog | on November 4, 2014

    This pose offers tremendous relief for chair sitters, drivers and all athletes. It is an intense stretch for the legs, especially the front hamstring. Additionally, as with all forward bending poses, it works to sooth and calm the head. I find it extremely helpful to perform after a run. Be sure you do both sides! […]

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  • Law #12: The Whole is the Goal

    By MetroPowerYoga | In Blog | on October 29, 2014

    As we wind down our 40 Days Program, I felt it was time to begin expounding upon the 12 laws of transformation that Baron Baptiste outlines in his book, 40 Days to Personal Revolution. Of course, the way my brain works, I’ll begin backwards with Law #12, The Whole is the Goal. While as a […]

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  • Pose of the Week: Shoulderstand

    By MetroPowerYoga | In Blog | on October 28, 2014

    Shoulderstand (Salamba Sarvangasana) is a great beginning inversion well-suited to yogis who have been practicing for a while but are new to going upside down. First-time practitioners of this pose are wise to work with an instructor when attempting. It is not a pose to try when suffering from a headache or with a neck […]

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  • Defy Definition

    By MetroPowerYoga | In Blog | on September 11, 2014

    I have t-shirts at the studio with this saying on the front and our logo on the back. When I first got them, one of the questions I got, besides how much they cost and what sizes we had, was “what does that mean?” I asked the student what she thought it meant and was […]

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  • Resolve to Unwind your IT Bands

    By MetroPowerYoga | In Blog | on August 27, 2014

    Resolve to Unwind Your IT Band with Yoga What is the IT Band anyway? The IT Band, or more precisely Iliotibial Band, is a large sheath of connective tissue (fascia) that connects the hip bone to the knee. Fascia is a fibrous connective tissue that literally holds our muscles together.  What goes wrong? The repetitive […]

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  • Theme Three: Come From “I am Ready Now”

    By MetroPowerYoga | In Blog | on August 16, 2014

    I have been intermittently blogging about the Three Themes of Baptiste Yoga. The first theme is “Be a Yes”. The second is “Give up What You Must” and the final theme invites each and every one of us to come from “I am Ready Now”. To me this is crucial in my journey as a […]

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