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  • Please wash your hands frequently and rest at home when you are sick.  If you have a fever, you should stay at home. If you’re feeling congested, achy or run down, listen to your body and practice immunity boosting poses at home. Here is a sequence for you to work with at home.  Please only try it if […]

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  • We caught up with Francesca Nicosia to find out more about her recent CIYT certification and two new classes – Back Care on Monday at 4pmand Restorative on Friday at 4pm. What inspired you to become a Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher? I love Iyengar Yoga for its systematic, alignment-focused and creative methods to safely work with injuries and health conditions, as […]

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  • This year’s trip to RIMYI felt a bit like watching a shooting star blaze through the sky. Like a shooting star, the trip itself took me by surprise – I felt shot through the night sky to Pune, experiencing the whole trip intensely and very quickly.  And just like a shooting star, it all ended […]

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  • By Suzanne Drolet Regular exercise can have diffuse, profoundly positive effects for people with Parkinson’s Disease, from helping to make daily tasks easier and improving your mood, to stimulating chemical changes in the brain that affect cognition and the amount of dopamine available to be used. Given the wide variety of exercise classes available to […]

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  • The following post was written by Adeline Yoga student Julie McCormick after attending the 2016 Ratna Ling retreat. You can find details on this year’s retreat here. Retreat: an act or process of withdrawing especially from what is difficult, dangerous, or disagreeable. The process of receding from a position or state attained. A place of […]

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  • Two weeks ago, I published Part One of an piece on Social Justice at Adeline Yoga.  If you haven’t already read it, you can do so here: http://www.adelineyoga.com/social-justice-at-adeline-yoga-part-1/ Today’s tragic announcement about the end of the DACA program shows us again just how important access is for all public and private spaces.  Here is an update […]

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  • The election of Donald Trump and the rise of extremism is driving many of us to a boiling point.  Many of us would say, “That’s Charlottesville, that’s not me, that’s not here.”  But the reality is that here in the East Bay racism and the threat of violence is daily and very real.  White nationalists […]

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Yoga for Osteoporosis

  • by Sarah Harvey “I was just diagnosed with osteoporosis, and my doctor is recommending medication to treat it.  What should I do?” As a yoga teacher of a certain age, I hear this question on a regular basis from students, friends and family.  Although I am not a licensed medical professional, I do know that […]

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  • by Rebecca Haralabatos As I look forward to teaching the upcoming 4 class Iyengar yoga series designed for cyclists, I reflect on the deepening of my practice and how it empowers me as a cyclist with greater balance, agility and ease. With each and every asana, we initiate actions from the base or foundation, addressing […]

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  • by Jacqueline Erwin Back in September, I got an email from Adeline Yoga about Sadhana Studies. Curious, I read through the program description. By the time I’d finished the email, I knew Sadhana Studies was the next step I’d been circling around for years. I was more or less sold on Sadhana Studies from the […]

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  •   Join us for an evening of uplifting and soulful chanting, community and chai! Francesca will lead us in kirtan, a joyful practice of call-and-response chanting and devotional practice of Bhakti Yoga. Singing as a group connects us as a community and is opportunity to open the heart, still the mind and take refuge in […]

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  • by Anneke Faas If you’ve been practicing Iyengar Yoga for some time, you have started to become aware that we place a strong emphasis on the practice of inversions. In general, turning the body upside down boosts the major systems of the body (circulatory, respiratory, nervous, and glandular) and gives rest to the heart. Salamba Sarvangasana (shoulder […]

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  • Beginning on April 4, Adeline Yoga instruction Sandy Carmellini will teach a four-week series on using ropes to enhance your practice. Want to know more? Read on below for some insights from Sandy, and sign up now to get a special series rate!   AYS: When did you first start teaching at Adeline Yoga? Sandy: […]

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  • Jacqueline Erwin Sadhana Studies student Misia Denea sat down with fellow program member Jacqueline Erwin to learn more about her personal practice and how the Sadhana Studies program is going so far. Misia: What does your practice space look like? Jacqueline: My husband and I live in a small apartment. Originally, I was just practicing wherever […]

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  • Yoga and Osteoporosis?

    by Sarah Harvey When asked, most yoga students can name more than one benefit they derive from their practice. Common advantages include better flexibility, enhanced strength and stamina, lower stress-levels, and a greater sense of general well-being. But did you know that yoga can be an effective treatment for osteoporosis and osteopenia? I didn’t, until […]

  • IYNAUS spotlight on Yogi Zain

    Last month, the Iyengar Yoga National Associate of the United States (IYNAUS) featured this conversation between two of Adeline Yoga’s very own: Renee Razzano and instructor Zain Syed. Enjoy! Renee Razzano: What inspired you to become a Certified Iyengar Yoga teacher? Zain Syed: The principles of Iyengar Yoga teaching are so brilliant that I yearned […]

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  • Going Inward to Go Outward: Iyengar Yoga, Community, and Social Justice

    Notes on a panel discussion held Sunday, January 22, 2017 By Renee Razzano How is yoga a tool for social justice? What can the Iyengar yoga community do to improve access to and utilization of yoga, particularly for marginalized communities? One obstacle is this: that yoga has become, in the West, an endeavor largely […]

  • A Holiday Restorative Workshop with Melinda Morey

    Adeline Yoga teacher Melinda Morey recently moved back to her home state of Hawaii after nearly five and a half years in the Bay Area. We are thrilled that she is returning this month for a special holiday restorative workshop on December 17 2-4 p.m. In anticipation of her visit, Melinda shared a few words […]

  • The Gift of Consciousness: An interview with Gitte Bechsgaard

    In her book The Gift of Consciousness: Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, Gitte Bechsgaard draws on her decades of experience as a yoga practitioner, teacher, and Vedic scholar to bring her readers a rich, accessible interpretation of the yoga sutras. She founded the Vidya Institute in Toronto with Gillian McCann in 2002 with the guidance of her […]

  • Sadhana Studies Q & A with Heather Haxo Phillips

    Why were you inspired to start this program? Two reasons: Our students, and B.K.S. Iyengar. When our Guruji died in August 2014, he said “Let my end be your beginning.” Many of us in the international Iyengar community really took this to heart and focused our thinking on how we should manifest his wish in our […]

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Why Easy Pace?

  • “Yoga teaches to cure what need not be endured and endure what cannot be cured.”~ BKS Iyengar  by Rebecca Haralabatos I began teaching the Iyengar Fundamentals 10 week series at the Adeline Yoga Studio a few years ago and am continually inspired, watching new students awaken to the  wisdom of this practice and experience a growing sense […]

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  • “After all what do techniques stand for: they stand as an essential ingredient to achieve precision, which is nothing but the taste of divinity.” —B.K.S. Iyengar  It’s hard to overstate the importance of B.K.S. Iyengar’s book Light on Yoga. At 544 pages long and with 600+ photographs, this encyclopedic book on yoga was the first of its […]

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