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Monday Morning Mantra | It's Not All About Me

by Stephanie Carter on October 13, 2014
I was stuck in traffic the other day. On my way to teach a yoga class (or course), the highway turned into a parking lot and my mind turned first...
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10 More Things I Want My Yoga Students to Know

by Stephanie Carter on October 9, 2013
About a year ago, I sat down to write a list of things I wanted to communicate to my yoga students. Since that time, my students have...
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Yoga Philosophy You Can Use | Kriya Yoga: How Shift Happens

by Stephanie Carter on July 29, 2013
Patanjali’s Recipe for Transformation: Ingredients: 1 part Tapas (Austerity) 1 part Svadhyaya (Self Study) 1 part Ishvara Pranidhan...
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Yoga Philosophy You Can Use | Kleshas 101: Know Your Obstacles!

by Stephanie Carter on June 25, 2013
Often when people begin delving into yoga philosophy for the first time, they have an inkling that there is some pretty good stuff in there but...
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Are You a Yoga Thrill Seeker? Are You Bored with Yoga? Congratulations, Now the Real Yoga Begins

by Stephanie Carter on February 21, 2013
Do you find yourself getting bored in your yoga classes? If so, you need to read this.
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The Yogi’s Guide to Staying Sane During Election Season | The Brahmaviharas

by Stephanie Carter on October 11, 2012
It’s election season, and you know what that means. You can’t turn on the TV, radio or get on the internet without hearing about politics....
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Yoga Philosophy You Can Use Part 2: Niyamas 101

by Stephanie Carter on September 28, 2012
Ok, so you’re practicing the yamas—ready for more? The niyamas, or restraints, are another set of practices outlined in Patanjali’s Yoga...
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Yoga Philosophy You Can Use: Yamas 101

by Stephanie Carter on September 14, 2012
You can’t practice yoga for too long without running into some yoga philosophy. After all, the philosophy behind yoga is what separates it from...
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The Upside of Injuries

by Stephanie Carter on July 25, 2012
Hi, my name is Stephanie, and I’m a yoga teacher with an injury. It’s iliopsoas bursitis (inflammation of the bursa which sits under the...
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