September 2016

Practical tips, inspiring stories, and wisdom born of experience to help you bring more yoga into your life and more life into your teaching.

Things We Love: Natural Deodorants

Things We Love: Natural Deodorants

by The YogaFit Team | 13/09/2016

As most of us know, what we put on our skin is as important for our overall health as what we put in our mouths. We suspect that’s why plenty of chemical-,gluten-, and cruelty-free...

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Yoga Rx for Runners

Yoga Rx for Runners

by Beth Shaw | 13/09/2016

Step-by-step instructions for each pose can be found in The YogaFit Athlete , by Beth Shaw, from which this sequence was excerpted. (©2016 Beth Shaw; Used with permission)...

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Ask the Trainer: Renee Harrington

Ask the Trainer: Renee Harrington

13/09/2016

YogaFit’s own Renee Harrington is one of the top amateur athletes in the country. This long-distance runner competes in the duathlon (run-bike-run) as part of Team USA against teams...

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Enter our Monthly Community Service Contest

Enter our Monthly Community Service Contest

by The YogaFit Team | 1/09/2016

Let us know how you’ve made a difference in other people’s lives through community service yoga. Whether you’re just starting the eight hours of “karma...

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Teacher's Notebook: Crow Pose

Teacher's Notebook: Crow Pose

by Jenn Tarant | 1/09/2016

Ready to spice up your yoga classes with some arm balances but not quite sure how to prepare your students for the challenge? Start with Crow Pose, a posture that students of all levels can...

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Beth's Mung and Quinoa Kitcharee

Beth's Mung and Quinoa Kitcharee

by Beth Shaw | 1/09/2016

Kitcharee is a stew typically made from mung beans and brown or basmati rice. I use quinoa, however, because it is a complete protein and it adds a nice nutty flavor. Because of the spices...

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Immunity Trinity Tea

Immunity Trinity Tea

by Beth Shaw | 1/09/2016

A perfect way to cleanse the system to support deep tissues. What you'll need: 1 large knob of ginger root 3 lemons 1/4 cup raw honey 4 cups of...

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Ayurvedic Tips for Gentle Autumn Cleansing

Ayurvedic Tips for Gentle Autumn Cleansing

by Kathryn Herbert | 1/09/2016

As we approach the Autumn Equinox, the days get shorter, the fiery heat of the summer wanes, and the season slips into the dry, cool and airy qualities of the Vata dosha. Internally, our...

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