All posts tagged yoga

Mom Yoga Retreat: Getting Centered and Finding Happiness

A Weekend of Yoga for Moms

“When You Give What You Want Not What You Need … When You Love Someone But It Goes to Waste … But If You Never Try, You’ll Never Know.”

Never underestimate what you can accomplish when you believe in yourself. Read more…

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Yoga for Kids

DIY Yoga for Kids to Try at Home

I met Bea more than ten years ago when both of our oldest children were at the same preschool. Our girls weren’t even in the same class but we both had sleeping toddler girls in strollers that first painful week when we were required to wait for hours on a different floor just in case our preschoolers freaked out. At least, that is my version of the school policy. Read more…

Yoga Demystified

Different Styles of Yoga Explained

I started Vinyasa yoga about three years ago with my friend, Yoga Mom,  from my first preschool.  It’s definitely intimidating to walk into a yoga class as a newbie without a friend!  She went on to become a yoga teacher and I now take her classes but when she takes a break, I go to this other yoga studio that I love and it is here that I met Om Gal (a.k.a. Rebecca).   She was a substitute for a class whose usual instructor was also one of Yoga Mom’s mentors.  Small world! Read more…

Pole Dancing for Ladies Who Lunch

Pole Dancing with Mom Friends

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And yes, it was I who lunched yesterday on fancypants Newbury Street, the Rodeo Drive of Boston, with my CoffeeShopBloggers group — my “self-help” mom bloggers group (not to stop blogging but to get better at it).   We met with a lovely gentleman from litl who is a power tweetdeck user and he taught us the ins and outs of Tweetdeck and Twitter.  If you don’t use tweetdeck because of that annoying “bloop” sound that it makes every time there is a new tweet from the folks you follow, now I know how to turn that blasted thing off (under settings).  Tweetdeck is awesome because it helps you to sort your incoming tweets so you are read the ones that most apply to your interests PLUS it connects to Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and MySpace.  You need it if you follow thousands of people. Read more…