Entries by Shannon Austin

Introducing Kundalini Yoga

Have you heard of Kundalini?? We’re excited to announce an Intro to Kundalini workshop, coming to Yoga Fever on Friday, November 2 from 7:00 – 8:10 p.m. What is Kundalini Yoga? “The primary objective of Kundalini is to awaken the full potential of human awareness in each individual; that is, recognize our awareness, refine that […]

Yoga Teaches Positive Coping Mechanisms for Managing Stress

Teenagers are barraged with many powerful life stressors, including grades and the pursuit of a college education, puberty, family issues, relationships, lack of sleep, jobs, and extra-curricular activities. It’s no surprise that the American Psychological Association (APA) named teens one of the most stressed-out age groups in the United States. When we experience a perceived […]

Cooling Yoga Poses for Your Summer Practice

Somehow we’re already in the middle of summer – can you believe that?! While it’s wonderful to be able to spend time at the beach, swimming in the pool, or taking long bike rides, there are times where it feels too hot for words, for life, for ANYTHING. Don’t let the heat slow you down […]

All About Blocks

Let’s celebrate summer with a block party! No, not the kind with hot dogs and all your neighbors. I’m talking about yoga blocks – those funky little props that are so essential to our yoga practice. I’ve noticed a lot of new yogis tend to shy away from using blocks, thinking the props will quickly […]

Yoga and Running Go Hand-in-Hand 

I commonly hear runners praising the addition of yoga to their practice. However, many yogis often shudder when thinking about running. Maybe this is because we often hear about the dangers of running: it will ruin your joints and compromise your yoga practice. But I always wonder, why can’t yogis embrace running, as well? I’m […]

Summer Yoga Ideas for Kids

The trees are green, the temps are rising, and… there are a lot more kids running around during the day. All signs point to the arrival of summer! For those of you who have mom or dad, aunt or uncle, or nanny attached to your job title, you’re probably already preparing the long list of […]