Sweet Dreams Yoga with Tara Stiles. Video.

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on Jan 20, 2010
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As part of my 40 Day Yoga Challenge, I’m doing at least a few minutes of yoga every day. In so doing, I’m discovering that I don’t have to “go to class” to do yoga, maintain an open mind and get rid of that neck and shoulder pain that laptopsana induces…I can just touch in for a few moments, at the least, and feel oodles better.

Tonight, appropriately, I did Bedtime Yoga (having had a few glasses of vino and beer downtown, I wasn’t up for too much) with Tara Stiles.


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3 Responses to “Sweet Dreams Yoga with Tara Stiles. Video.”

  1. Tara writes interesting and relevant Yoga philosophy articles on Huffington Post.

    She's a good example of bringing Yoga to an ever new audience, yet always keeping the traditional inner meditative side of Yoga in plain sight.

    Bob Weisenberg

  2. […] how she treated modeling—like a career. You know, with ambition, focus, innovation (all those practical, fun, timely youtube videos, her insanely popular Huffington Post blogs). The only time I’ve […]

  3. […] The moral is what you make of it. My intention is to remind us all that the guru is within, and our intuition is always ready to guide the way, whether we are sipping expensive organic tea blessed by a monk, or not. ~ Tara Stiles. […]