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  • Overcoming Resistance to Reach New Heights

    By MetroPowerYoga | In Blog | on June 2, 2013

    I resisted my yoga practice tonight. I was tired. I had run a race the day before. I was tired. I didn’t eat right yesterday nor today. I was sluggish and tired and scattered. The excuses piled on and on and on. I did not want to practice. And yet I did. Finally, after emptying […]

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  • Foot work

    By MetroPowerYoga | In Blog | on May 27, 2013

    A lot of running success can come from having good foot control and good foot control comes from strong and flexible feet. Wearing shoes and especially inflexible, highly cushioned and high-drop shoes (drop is defined as the difference between heel and forefoot stack height), can weaken our feet and render them more and more inflexible. […]

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  • Are You Comfortable in Your Own Skin?

    By MetroPowerYoga | In Blog | on May 25, 2013

    As I near my half-century mark, I am finally at a comfortable place in my life. I don’t mean that I have a nice house and cushy job, fancy car, copious money…, what I mean is that I am coming to peace with myself. There is still a lot of work to do, but I […]

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  • It’s all connected

    By MetroPowerYoga | In Blog | on May 19, 2013

    Earlier this year, I had a gait analysis done by a friend of mine. He found that my left foot’s reaction time was significantly slower than that of my right foot. I attributed this to a stress fracture I had sustained and had this analysis done just as I was getting back into running. Of […]

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  • Welcome to Your Breath

    By Julie | In Blog | on May 6, 2012

    If Anders Ericsson’s research, popularized by Malcolm Gladwell in his book Outliers, is accurate; that it takes about 10,000 hours of doing something to Master that thing, then I am a Master runner. And yet, I feel younger than ever in my running and finally feel that I am on an upward trajectory in achievement […]

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  • Fearsome or Fearless?

    By Julie | In Blog | on May 6, 2012

    A little history A few weeks ago, I went to the track for a workout. It was not just a simple workout, but the feared and hated ladder workout. I dreaded it the moment I read it. I planned on doing the workout Tuesday just because I knew if I bailed on it, I could […]

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  • Yoga for Runners – Some Key Poses

    By Julie | In Blog | on November 17, 2011

    Runners usually struggle with tight hips. Tight hips can cause a host of problems from aching lower backs, to sore hamstrings and even plantar fasciitis. I have created a series of postures that can help to unwind those tight hips. The standing series can be done right after a run most anywhere. The seated series […]

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  • What mat to buy?

    By Julie | In Blog | on July 22, 2011

    Once you begin yoga and commit to a regular (weekly or more) practice, the mats you borrow from the studio or gym don’t seem to work any more. If you think you will stick with yoga practice for many years, then it is time to buy your own mat. Sure, you can go to Target […]

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  • Light it UP!

    By Julie | In Blog | on June 21, 2011

    I teach hot yoga at Yoga Source St Louis every Monday night from 7:30 -8:30 pm and Friday night from 5:45 – 6:45 pm. I believe that some hard work is good for us all in the long run of life, but that you should have fun and enjoy every minute of it. The style […]

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