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Posted on Friday, December 7th, 2018 by Stretch

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Tequila Lessons, by Theresa Elliott

I have a wrist injury I call the Tequila Lesson. Remember when you were young and foolish and spent one night drinking too much tequila? The next day you felt like hell, but you learned a valuable lesson: don’t drink too much tequila. Time passes and memories fade. Sadly every now and then you need […]

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Posted on Wednesday, October 24th, 2018 by Stretch

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Treats are Part of Your Personal Mystery, by Theresa Elliott

Post #8 in The Elliott Lexicon of Satisfactory Yoga Terminology It was around 1994 and I was teaching a class on padmasana (lotus pose), a three hour workshop preparing the hips for this less than easy posture. About an hour into it a frustrated student announced “no one has ever been able to help me […]

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Posted on Monday, September 17th, 2018 by Stretch

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How I Spent my Summer Vacation, by Theresa Elliott

The question of what does the word “spiritual” mean and what constitutes a spiritual practice  has been a point of inquiry my whole life. From my upbringing in the Episcopal church to my years of teaching yoga, I was confused until I realized that although we all use the term spiritual, most of us do […]

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Posted on Thursday, June 8th, 2017 by Stretch

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Mr Wizard and The Fancy Leg, by Theresa Elliott

Post #7 in The Elliott Lexicon of Satisfactory Yoga Terminology Totoor Turtle was a character in an old cartoon from the 60’s. He was ambitious and often got into trouble. When in need of help he cried “Help, Mr Wizard!” and a ponce-nez be-speckled anthropomorphized lizard would appear.  Funny a turtle would ask a lizard […]

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Taj Yoga is part of a thriving movement community located within the old Crown Hill Elementary School building. In a joyous "crossover," the yoga teacher is taking class down the hall with the Wassa Dance teacher, the ballet kids want to take yoga, and the custodian is studying Flamenco!.

GREG B.- "You are perhaps my favorite teacher of anything that I have learned. It's been an experience of and for a lifetime. Thank you."

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