Practice Doesn’t Make Perfect

The following piece was written by Traci Klein, Assistant Professor of Dance at Texas A&M International University. Traci is a certified yoga instructor with The Perri Institute for Mind and Body, and will begin teaching adult community yoga classes later this month in Laredo, Texas. When I was growing up, I was always very good … Continue reading

Effecting Change, In Ourselves & the World Around Us

Violence and suffering saturate our world on a daily basis, yet certain tragedies like those in Boston, Texas, and Newtown tend to draw this reality into a harsher light. Hearing about conflict that exists far away from us can become just another piece of news, glossed over, even when we recognize the horror of the … Continue reading

On the Mat: A Difficult Practice

This week I offer you a difficult, but powerful practice you might add to your time on the mat. Violence is a complicated result of conflicts in human nature; it exists in every culture and circumstance. For some regions of the world, it is a daily occurrence. Intellectually, we know beings around the world are … Continue reading

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