Q&A with Tamara Siekman

9 September, 2015

This month we're talking with Tamara Siekman - InYoga student and teacher training graduate. Tamara is getting set to launch her online yoga store, Yoga Junction, an idea that came to her while she was in the midst of her teacher training.


Asana Spotlight Parivrtta Utkatasana - Prayer Twist

9 September, 2015

If you'd like to cultivate a little sauca in your internal organs, Prayer Twist (parivrtta utkatasana) is the pose for you.


From Bryan Kest - Stop the Madness!

4 August, 2015

With international guest teacher Bryan Kest coming to InYoga this month, we're featuring some of his personal writing. He's frank, he's blunt and he's straight to the point. Make sure you follow the link at the bottom to enjoy more of Bryan's blogs, and his candid take on yoga practice.


The Right Ingredients

6 June, 2015

With gratitude in hand, take a deep breath, feel the wind against your skin, and take solace in the fact that you are exactly where you need to be.


Coming into Balance

20 May, 2015

Hundreds of Downward-Facing Dogs, five yoga classes, one home practice, and roughly an hour of meditation later, we have fully submerged ourselves into a life in yoga.


The Art of Deep Listening (and the power of sound)

12 May, 2015

Roxy shares her experience on meditation through sound inspired by the upcoming Night of Music and Mantray with Edo & Jo.


30 Days of Abundance

12 May, 2015

And we are off! A Life \ InYoga 30-day Immersion has launched and the studio is buzzing with excitement, inspiration, and yogis on a mission to make this next month the most positive and transformative yet.


Q&A with Melanie McLaughlin

16 April, 2015

Meet Melanie McLaughlin, InYoga's resident Yin expert


Kitchari

16 April, 2015

Warming comfort food with wholefoods guru, Angie Cowan According to the science of Ayurveda, Kitchari is the most complete form of food. It is easy to digest providing the body with a perfect balance of carbohydrates, proteins and fats. It balances all doshas eliminating cravings as it contains all six of the Ayurvedic tastes – sweet, salty, pungent, bitter, sour and astringent. InYoga suggests you make a batch for when you arrive home from yoga on these cooler nights – Kitchari is comforting, warm and easily digested.


Tangy Lemon & Parsley Salad

11 February, 2015

More like a condiment, this tangy little number serves beautifully as a refreshing, tart contrast to sweet, heavy curries, tagines and roast veggies. It's also a winner for your immune system.