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Teacher Feature: Jess Emilfarb

1. HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOGA? For me, yoga is a physical practice that allows me to be completely focused and present within my own body on a daily basis and also a mental practice of patience, calm and understanding. I am still a human, and absolutely have days in which I'm certainly not being [...]

2018-03-06T18:24:47+00:00 March 6th, 2018|Teacher Feature|0 Comments

Lessons I Learned From Knitting

by Heather Altenburg I have picked up knitting…again.  I have a mother who can knit anything; she is amazing.  It is one of the many things she creates with her hands; she has a love and a passion for making beautiful things and giving them to others.  Though I have marveled at her my whole [...]

2018-03-06T18:17:29+00:00 March 6th, 2018|#LiveLila Reflections|0 Comments

We are LOVE! Be LOVE.

The month of LOVE. If you have been reading and following my newsletters over the years, you may now know this is the time of year I love to bring conscious reflection on LOVE. All things LOVE. Love as all encompassing. In yogic texts, love, bliss, and ananda are all used to refer to the [...]

2018-02-02T20:52:44+00:00 February 2nd, 2018|#LiveLila Reflections|0 Comments

Teacher Feature: Matt Giordano

1. HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOGA?  Yoga is the practice of self discovery on multiple levels, and each of us have our own relationship to what self discovery means.   2. HOW DID YOU FIND YOUR WAY TO YOGA? As a musician I craved a change in my life, a different approach. I read a [...]

2018-01-03T15:47:18+00:00 January 3rd, 2018|Teacher Feature|0 Comments

Happy New Year To You All

Monday held a weightiness to the day. The start of a new year was being recognized around the globe. Whether you stayed up to toast with friends and watch the ball drop, created lists of reflections and/or resolutions to save or send to the fire, or opened a new calendar, collectively as a human species [...]

2018-01-03T15:21:59+00:00 January 3rd, 2018|#LiveLila Reflections|0 Comments

Gifting Yourself Presence

Time Enough By Dana Faulds The wisdom voice says: “Be still. Take time for what is truly important.” I imagine myself diving, leaving behind an untidy trail of what’s not needed. I cast aside worry, which has never brought me anything even remotely useful. I let go of doubt, and all the countless ways I [...]

2017-12-05T15:24:13+00:00 December 1st, 2017|#LiveLila Reflections|0 Comments

Teacher Feature: Todd Norian

1. How would you describe yoga? Yoga is the union with the vast, mysterious eternal cosmic life force that lives inside your heart through setting healthy self boundaries. 2. How did you find your way to yoga? I followed my heart into a jazz performance major at University of Miami and there happened to be [...]

2017-11-29T14:17:40+00:00 November 29th, 2017|Teacher Feature|0 Comments

Conscious Consumerism

Last night I gathered in celebration with the group of Fall Cleansers.  Together we shared insights, observations, and reflections on what it was like to become more conscious and clear about the way we created space in our environments and in our own bodies.  Be it simplifying diets, choosing to take in less stimulants from [...]

2017-10-31T14:38:55+00:00 October 30th, 2017|#LiveLila Reflections|0 Comments

Student Highlight: Tara Kohn

1. How would you describe yoga? I'm at a point in my life where I have been moving around a lot for work, and yoga helps me to deal with the issues that come with being unsettled. My mat has become a little piece of home that I carry with me wherever I go. As [...]

2017-10-30T15:05:04+00:00 October 30th, 2017|Student Feature|0 Comments

Teacher Feature: Heather Murray

1. How would you describe yoga? To me yoga is about connection. It is a means by which we connect (or reconnect) to our truest essence that can easily become hidden or blurred through daily life. Yoga connects us to breath, to body, and to an awareness of our patterns of thought, speech and action. [...]

2017-10-26T15:02:12+00:00 October 26th, 2017|Teacher Feature|0 Comments