The Yamas & Niyamas of Public Health

Here’s an article from The Himalayan Institute’s Yoga International website that can support our current study of the yamas & niyamas, or ethical principles of Yoga. Enjoy. https://yogainternational.com/article/view/the-yamas-and-niyamas-of-public-health I hope you’ll join me on Zoom on Sundays at 4pm EST & Tuesdays at 9am EST for live Hatha Yoga classes. Please email me at erica.seaverengel@gmail.comContinue reading “The Yamas & Niyamas of Public Health”

Friday? Yes, Friday.

Has it happened to you – that you’ve questioned what day it is? It’s only been a week, with what looks like several more to come, of physical distancing in Uniontown, PA due to COVID-19 pandemic. A colleague & friend, Jennifer, said this during our online check-in meeting: “It’s like a month’s worth of communicationContinue reading “Friday? Yes, Friday.”

Deep Restore – Viparita Karani

This pose has become a daily practice for me. Let me know if you try it & how it goes … Deep Restoration – 10-20 minutes Legs up the Wall pose Viparita Karani “One of the most calming and deeply restorative asanas, especially following a vigorous practice, stressful day, or when feeling energetically down.” -MarkContinue reading “Deep Restore – Viparita Karani”

The only constant in life is change.

3/22 UPDATE: In-person classes are postponed at The Yoga Garden until further notice. Please check out free offerings on Facebook & Instagram, as well as the growing number of options on The Yoga Garden webpage! Being a Taurus (sun) & Virgo (moon), change is not my strong suit. I thrive on order & routine. OnContinue reading “The only constant in life is change.”

… & to dust we shall return.

And it sucks today. I have a feeling this truth is going to suck for a while. The “Explore 4-H” bicycling workshop for the kiddos at Marshall Elementary went GREAT Wednesday evening. Bobby & Elliot engaged 16 kids in checking their bike tires, adjusting their seats, fitting their helmets … & Elliot showed a what-not-to-doContinue reading “… & to dust we shall return.”