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Guest Blog: Safe in Practice - An Inside Endeavor

Libby Robold, 01/23/2017

This delightful guest blog by Libby Robold tells the story of her journey to find the safe and ultimately unique edge to her reclined hero pose!

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Guest Blog: Santosha, Asana and Injury: Finding My Way Back Home

Emma Doyle, 12/30/2016

"Drawing on our curiosity and our creativity, we can create a practice grounded in Santosha."

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Guest Blog: Hooked on the Hot Yoga

Lynn Sanson, 12/21/2016

"It has been 5 years of taking hot yoga classes.†Iím still not mystical or very flexible, but Iím hooked on the hot yoga."

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Lessons from Yoga: What to Do When You're Feeling Overwhelmed

Emma Cushing, 12/12/2016

Learn how to let your yoga help you hurdle the holiday season!

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Color Your Mood: 9 Simple Steps to Brighten Every Day

Emma Cushing, 12/02/2016

Don't let December get you down! Hack your mood with these 9 simple steps.

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Applied Yoga: 7 Poses for Runners (and Turkey Trotters!)

Emma Cushing, 11/23/2016

Be kind to your body - stretch like a yogi!

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Contentment is Not Conditional

Emma Doyle, 11/16/2016

Contentment is Not Conditional

A Lesson in Loving the You That Is

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Making Time for Yoga

Emma Cushing, 10/25/2016

Making Time for Yoga

Seamlessly integrate peace and yoga into your hectic everyday life!

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Love Yoga But Looking To Branch Out? Here Are 3 Fitness Classes For You To Try.

Kulae, 02/11/2016

Here at Kulae, we love yoga just as much as the next person. But letís face it, no matter how big of a yogi you are, sometimes itís good to shake things up a little. In fact, trying a new fitness class can work parts of the body that you donít normally use during your asanas, making your yoga practice that much stronger when you return to the mat.

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What to do to stay on track!

Kulae, 11/17/2015

Ever start an exercise program and 4 weeks in feel like you are suddenly in a rut?  Everything started out so strong; your eating was on track, you were getting up earlier and exercising everyday then BAM you hit a wall.  You are not alone.  Whether you are in my Shape Up Program or starting a new routine of your own here are a few of my tips to help you get over the slump and stay on track.

Track Your Progress

In my Shape Up Program I suggest taking pictures and measurements every 3 weeks.  Doing this keeps you accountable and also gives you a benchmark to measure against.  When you look at yourself day in and day out you may not see changes.  It is only when you compare these numbers and pictures that you get a true view of your progress.

Try not to get obsessed with watching the numbers on the scale.  An exercise and diet program will help you lose fat and build lean muscle.  It is a fact that muscle weighs more than fat.  Use the pictures, the way you feel and the way your clothes fit to be your best guide to your progress.

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Kate Does Chatarunga - Balance at Urbanity

Kulae, 10/18/2015

Hello Everyone!

I took a Barre Core Fusion class at Balance at Urbanity, a cute little studio in the historic South End of Boston. †Tucked away in a little back alley, this studio is warm and welcoming.

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