beginner yoga classes

New Recommendations for Beginner Yoga Classes

July 15, 2015 Yoga Questions and Yoga Answers
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Beginner Yoga Classes : This is one of the most frequently asked questions I get and the last time we answered it was two years ago. Hi I’m a beginner, I love your videos, but where should I start? Which video should I do first? Is there an order that I should do your beginner […]

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Ready for Intermediate Yoga?

June 2, 2015 Melissa's Blog Posts
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Ready for Intermediate Yoga? Six signs that you are ready for Intermediate level Namaste Yoga classes #1) You have gone through the beginner’s series on Namaste Yoga (Namaste Yoga 129-135) and you know what to expect in the general flow of a Namaste Yoga class. In other words, you no longer need a preview of […]

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Beginner Yoga for Discipline, Yoga with Melissa 275

April 17, 2015 Beginners Yoga Class
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Yoga Discipline When we asked beginners what their biggest obstacle to learning yoga, many of them responded discipline, motivation and commitment to practice yoga. Well today’s class is all about connecting to your internal discipline. In yoga we call this tapas. Tapas translates as practice causing positive change and it requires discipline and effort. It […]

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Yoga with Melissa 172 Cultural Conditioning Series: Addicted to Busy

April 6, 2013 Beginners Yoga Class
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Cultural Conditioning is the social process in which authority figures such as parents, professors, politicians, religious leaders, peers, and the media define our cultural values, beliefs, ethical systems, and ultimately the way we perceive ourselves in the world. The second perception we are going to deconstruct is our addiction to busy. This is another one […]

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