Coming Up Empty

The following post was originally published on November 17, 2013. As we find ourselves once again nearing the busy holiday season, this post becomes relevant to return to. Katherine Moore has been teaching for The Perri Institute for Mind and Body since 2013. You can find her running all over New York City, working as a teacher, choreographer, freelance … Continue reading

‘Tis the Season to be…Overloaded?

  In the month of December, New York City might as well be called the North Pole—partly because of the frigid temperatures, but mostly because you can’t turn a corner without seeing pictures of Santa Claus, reindeer, elves, or a Christmas tree. You can’t walk by a store without hearing songs of chestnuts and jingle … Continue reading

Thanksgiving Throwback: 10 Minutes

A throwback to our post on Thanksgiving of last year – my, how quickly a year flies by! – with the hope that its simple suggestion offers the chance for a momentary rest from the holiday craze that has already erupted our streets, stores, and gatherings of family and friends. Happy Thanksgiving to all! This … 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

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