Category Archives: Yoga Philosophy

Remembrance Day Challenge

Tomorrow marks Remembrance Day–a day set aside to remember those who died in the hell that is war. A challenge to everyone: set aside 10 minutes to reflect and remember a deceased warrior–not necessarily a soldier as a warrior can … Continue reading

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Another fantastic encounter at the OM Yoga Show

Check out this practitioner’s experience with Punk Rock Yoga: https://www.facebook.com/Josie182/posts/10204449848020275

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Punk Rock Yoga rubs off on an aspiring teacher in London

Check it out in her own words: http://flaurayoga.blogspot.ca/2014/10/saying-yes-to-yoga.html

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What can Christmas mean to yoga students?

As we approach Christmas, many in the yoga community turn up our noses at the holiday. Certainly there are many issues with Christmas at least in the United States. One only needs to look at videos from Black Friday to … Continue reading

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Read this now

Read this amazingly told personal journey as a punk evolves into a multidimensional yoga practioner and punk. Read about some of the ills in modern yoga and some cures she offers. We’re hoping she joins the PRY crew very soon.

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Practicing namaste during election time

As the United States Federal elections approach labels are flying around. The contest is being framed as just that–a contest–with emphasis on winning and losing, and more disturbingly, “us versus them,” which is coming from both political parties. It is … Continue reading

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Extending liberation throughout our day

This is the final of three posts based upon our forum discussion in NYC this June. According to the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, one of the definitive texts on yoga, the final step, or limb, on the yogic path is … Continue reading

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Overstepping our bounds as teachers

At our recent forum discussion in NYC we talked about yoga teachers taking things a bit too far in their lectures. We discussed some root causes of this and how to remedy it. Unlike Pilates, which was developed as a … Continue reading

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Living your namaste

We tackled some hefty topics at a recent forum discussion in NYC and will be posting a series of pieces resulting from that discussion. There’s a differentiation between people who take yoga classes to feel better physically and mentally and … Continue reading

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I’m taking ideas

I’m preparing for the PRY philosophy talk in NYC and would love some ideas. Tell us what you would like to learn, debate, contemplate. Discussion notes will be posted on the web site for all to share. Thanks

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