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hunger, hope & healing: an interview with sarahjoy marsh

hunger, hope & healing: an interview with sarahjoy marsh

Millions of North Americans suffer from disordered eating—compulsive or stress eating, and restricting—marked by obsessive food thoughts, guilt, and body-hatred. Lurching from overindulgence to deprivation, chronic dieters grasp at the latest diet fads.

Even more startling, up to 24 million Americans of all ages and genders suffer from eating disorders: binge eating disorder, anorexia, and bulimia—linked to depression, they have the highest mortality rate of any mental illness.… Read more

giveaway! teaching yoga by donna farhiIn the wake of public scandals and cases of questionable ethics from high-profile teachers, many people in the yoga community have been digging into the deeper and more challenging questions behind the teacher-student relationship. By all appearances, people have been floundering around trying to figure out what this means.… Read more

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giveaway! teaching yoga by donna farhi

In the wake of public scandals and cases of questionable ethics from high-profile teachers, many people in the yoga community have been digging into the deeper and more challenging questions behind the teacher-student relationship. By all appearances, people have been floundering around trying to figure out what this means.… Read more

yes yoga has curves: awesome book project needs your help!

yes yoga has curves: awesome book project needs your help!

There has been a lot of talk about increased diversity and inclusivity in the North American yoga scene. One of the first steps towards a realistic representation of the “yoga body” is greater access to images of a spectrum of body types practicing yoga.… Read more

avoid the studio with homebody yoga (flash giveaway + group project)It’s January and you know what that means: every yoga studio class is packed. For the whole month, or at least until the promise of New Year’s resolutions fades away. While it’s great that people are getting into yoga, the lack of space, at-times frenetic energy and long waits for the change room can get a little annoying for the year-round studio goer.… Read more

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avoid the studio with homebody yoga (flash giveaway + group project)

It’s January and you know what that means: every yoga studio class is packed. For the whole month, or at least until the promise of New Year’s resolutions fades away. While it’s great that people are getting into yoga, the lack of space, at-times frenetic energy and long waits for the change room can get a little annoying for the year-round studio goer.… Read more