Your Sustainable New Year Resolution: One Day at a Time

This time of year is tricky. Expectations that often are not met abound. We are attracted to the “shiny and new” as gifts pass hands, and tend to make plans for massive changes to the way we live. The thing is nothing stays shiny and new for long – we can forget why we were … Continue reading

On the Mat: Reap the Benefits of Boxing Day

*Note: This post is technically a day late, as December 26th is officially considered Boxing Day, but TaraMarie’s words certainly ring true for today and all days so enjoy!   Boxing Day is a secular holiday celebrated the day after Christmas Day. Historically, this day was designated so that service people and tradesmen could receive … Continue reading

On the Mat: Accepting Winter’s Invitation for Inner Reflection

This Thursday evening, December 20th begins the celebration of the Winter Solstice. Many cultures for centuries have had their own traditions, rituals, and festivals to honor this event. Even if you have never participated in an event to mark the shortest day and the longest night of the year, I encourage you to recognize the … Continue reading

Curvaceous Pathways

This weekend’s post is inspired by a tangent my “practice brain” went on after Alex Schell (one of our Mind Body Dancer teachers) presented a spine theme this week. Alex encouraged us to remember what the spine looked like inside the body. While cues often are given for length, she reminded us that we must … Continue reading

On the Mat: Navigating Spine Curves

This week’s tip is inspired by a tangent my “practice brain” went on after Alex Schell (one of our Mind Body Dancer teachers) presented a spine theme this week. Alex encouraged us to remember what the spine looked like inside the body. While cues often are given for length, she reminded us that we must … Continue reading

Study Sessions: Katherine Moore

Mindbodybrew is ultimately about providing a space for written reflection at every step along the yoga path. We hope that by sharing assignments from our Teacher Trainees, we can expand their deep investigation into community-wide dialogue. The following is an excerpt of Katherine Moore’s writings on saucha, one of the five niyamas which lies within … Continue reading

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    Our Yoga Pedagogy students are headed upstate for a weekend retreat in Callicoon, NY! Repost @taramarieperri
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See you soon, Callicoon! @perriinstitute Yoga Pedagogy students are returning this weekend for Spring study and retreat. I'll be taking them on some adventures in my upstate happy home. Thanks for hosting them last time,@callicoontrading! This time they're camping out with the beautiful weather ahead! @maisonbergogne @neststore @mayerwasner @onegrandbooks @thelaundrette @northbranchinn @adelladoricafe @callicoonwinemerchant @beachlakebakery @callicoonfarmersmarket #sangha #countryliving #doingthesplit #yoga #ayurveda #perriinstitute #sullivancounty Repost @taramarieperri || Table set and ready for upstate Women's Work: Winter Series. Tonight we begin our session with the traditional sadhanas of making ghee and grinding spices. #winter #womenswork #ayurveda #sadhana #earth #practice #ancientwisdom #divinefeminine
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