The story begins one quiet evening in the spring of 2011 in Frederick, Maryland, as two community yoga teachers, Geni Donnelly and Rebeccah Bartlett, were surfing the internet in search of an inspiring yoga retreat. The prior summer, Rebeccah had spent time volunteering in India at the Vihaan School, a "slum school" in Jaipur, India. The spirit and vibration of volunteerism reverberated deeply, and the pair searched for a venue that honored being in service.
The ideal was a... Read More
Once upon a time, long, long ago in a land far, far away . . . should perhaps be the opening to the story of Ayurveda (pronounced "ah-yer-vey-duh"). It is, after all, said to be 5,000 years old (documented in ancient texts, but handed down orally before the written word). And at 8,000-plus... Read More
Yoga, like ice cream, can be found in dozens of flavors. While some might not do it for you, another may be the perfect treat.
Some yoga will be rooted in ancient tradition, others are very Americanized. Certain yoga types will be called "hot" (heated rooms), others are dubbed "flow" (for the movement), while some are known as "power" (vigorous). There are many, widely divergent... Read More
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