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Posted on Wednesday, April 19th, 2017 by Stretch

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Death by Yoga Not Okay and the Sensation Continuum, by Theresa Elliott

Post #6 in The Elliott Lexicon of Satisfactory Yoga Terminology Sadly, when the phrase “Death by Yoga Not Okay” occurred to me some 25 years ago, I didn’t rush right out and buy the URL. In my defense I didn’t know there were URL’s to buy, but about five years ago it crossed my mind […]

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Posted on Thursday, June 9th, 2016 by Stretch

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How to Spot A Yoga Predator, by Theresa Elliott

Forward: In many ways, this is an old story. We just don’t think it’s going to happen in yoga. But really. Why not? I started this article three years ago while watching the impressive implosion of a style of yoga that always made me flinch, so the derailment did not surprise me. I’ve been duped […]

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Posted on Sunday, February 14th, 2016 by Stretch

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I Don’t Wash My Hair, By Theresa Elliott

I quit washing my hair a year ago. It crossed my mind that my hair was rarely ever dirty, like when I did the Survivor Mud Run. Now THAT required shampoo. But beyond that I wondered, did my hair ever have actual dirt in it? I concluded not, and that was the end of washing […]

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Posted on Thursday, January 14th, 2016 by Stretch

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The Suspensory Salutation, by Theresa Elliott

  All my students know, I don’t try to hide it. I don’t like the Sun Salutation. It’s nothing personal, but it does nothing for me. Still, I taught it for years, until one day it dawned on me; why not create a salutation I like? Even as I pondered the question, I knew how to proceed. […]

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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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