Yoga

Student Highlight: Calvin Graning

Author: myaizzolena / Date: 28-04-2015 / Tag: Student Highlight, Full Circle Yoga, Yoga, injuries, healing, Yoga Practice

This month we had the honor to get to know more about a soulful student of Full Circle Yoga, Calvin Graning. His message reminds us the importance of conscious breath, stillness, and being absolutely attuned with your body inside and out. Calvin is a great example that any BODY at any stage of life can practice yoga even with injuries or other hardships. He has gained mobility, confidence, and compassion with himself and others through his practice on the mat. Read more about Student Highlight: Calvin Graning

Event Highlight: Spring Yoga Teacher Training April 22nd

Author: myaizzolena / Date: 20-04-2015 / Tag: Yoga, Full Circle Yoga, Teacher Training, free yoga, passion, yoga love

“Yoga is the light that once lit, will never dim. The better your practice the brighter the flame.”  ~B.K.S Iyengar Read more about Event Highlight: Spring Yoga Teacher Training April 22nd

Yoga At Work: By Gina Matranga

Author: Jackieb / Date: 25-10-2014 / Tag: Yoga, Full Circle Yoga, Yoga At Work, Yoga Longmont CO, Yoga Studio, Jackie Boeheim, Gine Matranga

I don’t work a traditional 9 to 5 job and I like that.  I don’t have a traditional 30 minute lunch break to pause from the working day and eat, and that can be a good and bad thing.  A lot of times I end up eating in between various tasks, like answering the phone, or running to and from meetings.  Some yogis are able to catch a yoga class during lunch, or step away from their desks to do some personal yoga.  I think that’s great, but that’s not what my day looks like, therefore, I try to infuse yoga into my day in a variety of ways. Read more about Yoga At Work: By Gina Matranga

A Mother's Heart is Like a Garden

Author: Jackieb / Date: 17-09-2014 / Tag: Yoga, Yoga Longmont CO, Full Circle Yoga, Mindful Maya, Jackie Boeheim, Yoga and Cancer

“A mother’s heart is a garden of love.”  I found these simple words painted on a glass stained magnet that was once on my Grandma’s refrigerator and has now made its way to my mom’s refrigerator. I’ve probably read it a million times in my life and at some point the words lost their meaning or maybe I didn’t acknowledge the meaning at all.  This weekend I felt drawn to the magnet as I was filling up a cup of water for my mom. There was something that resonated within me as I read the words out loud, “A mother’s heart is a garden of love.” I felt a warm feeling in the depth of my stomach. Read more about A Mother's Heart is Like a Garden

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