Author Archive for Michelle Marchildon

Colorado Proves that Yogis Can Unite

  The word “yoga” may mean the union of two things, but up until now yogis have famously not agreed

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The Yoga Peak Pose – Choose Wisely

  Resolutions are good until they day they are not. I’ve had resolutions like that. Some years I promised myself

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When Yogis Steal.

With all the emphasis on being a good yogi, there is always one thing that surprises me: when yogis steal.

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And Now For Something Completely Different: Reality!

  Are we working out? Or are we working in? When I was asked what I’d like to see in

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To be a Better Yogi, Start Here. By Michelle Marchildon

The other day I was at my local coffee shop and ordered my usual skinny decaf, also known as a

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Travel Light or Live with Less.

I used to be sort of a pack rat, and then I was robbed. I don’t mean “robbed,” as in

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How to be a great yoga assistant.

You probably won’t see me teaching at the yoga festivals this summer. It’s not because I’m not fabulous. Right? It’s because

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Book Review: Misadventures of a Parenting Yogi, from a Parent who was Lucky to Survive

Just when you think it is safe to leave the kitchen, along comes Brian Leaf with his latest book on

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Here Comes the Moon, and a Yoga Sex Cult

Whenever there is a celestial thing happening, like a solstice or an equinox, I am reminded of the time when

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The Warrior Self: A Book Review of Commentary on the Bhagavad Gita

For many of us the “Good Book” could be the Bible, or it could be Light on Yoga. My guiding

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