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The Mayonnaise Jar & Two Beers Thanks James

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The Mayonnaise Jar & Two Beers A professor stood before his philosophy class and had some items in front of him. When the class began, he wordlessly picked up a very large and empty mayonnaise jar and proceeded to fill it with golf balls. He then asked the students if the jar was full. They agreed that it was… The professor then picked up a box of pebbles and poured them into the jar. He shook the jar lightly. The…

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Intro to Vedic Chant Part 1 Saturday OCT 13 ~ Part 2 Saturday OCT 20

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Teacher: Paul Whelan, Absolute Yoga In April of 2009 Paul became a Certified Vedic Chant Teacher having studied and qualified with the KYM Vedavani, Chennai, India. He continued his studies with Vedavani in November 2010 in the KYm at Chennai, India where he had the privilege to study with Mr.Desikachar. In December 2011- January 2012 Paul practiced Ashtanga Yogin Mysore and also studied a number of Upanishads with Prof. Jayashree on a one-to-one basis each evening during his stay. Times:  3pm-5pm…

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Welcoming Lisa Quish and Natalya Li to the Yoga Hub

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Namaste Lisa and Natalya, Natalya will be teaching Yoga 1-2 on Tuesday mornings from September 25th and Lisa starts teaching Wednesday evenings at the Yoga Hub from September 26th. You can find out a little bit about Lisa and Natalya by clicking their names. Two amazing teachers that have already covered a few classes at the Yoga Hub and been so well received. So happy to have them both facilitate classes at the Yoga Hub. Welcome Natalya and Lisa!!

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Back by popular demand: Introduction to Meditation Workshop

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Date: Saturday 22nd September 2012 Time: 1.30pm Workshop must be payed for in advance and can be purchased HERE Still Life: Asana practice, the physical poses we perform on the mat during our yoga classes, are just one of the many facets or “limbs” of the all-encompassing spiritual science of traditional yoga. Yoga is a living process that radiates far beyond the mat to include the practices of Pranayama, Yoga Nidra and Meditation. Pranayama which literally translates as breath/life force…

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Pose of the Day Purvottanasana (East Stretch Posture)

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Haven’t put up a blog in a while now. Claire has been super busy prettying up the website and making it much more user-friendly and I’ve been busy getting my head around trying to make this Yoga Hub idea work. These blogs are a funny thing and for your SEO (Google marketing stuff) you’re told you need one. I kept one for the Outdoor Yoga project which is still knocking around the internet somewhere and at that stage I  didn’t…

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