Posts Tagged ‘minneapolis’


Manifest Your Life

  I started dating someone recently, and after only a month I almost told him I loved him…on accident. I am so used to saying to my family“good night, love you” that I almost did it to him, unintentionally and without meaning! And although those are good words to have roll off the tongue easily,they… More details


Modo Pillar: Reach Out

By Angela Noel Reaching out is an extension of self. It’s an effort to go beyond the comfortable, or the normal, and do something extraordinary. Folks like Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, Maya Angelou, Bill and Melinda Gates, Amma, and Martin Luther King do big things and impact millions. In our community, everyday heroes like social workers,… More details

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Welcome Home

Regardless of your political affiliation, lately the world can seem less than inviting, welcoming and accepting. Last week the US Government overturned the national ruling which  allowed children in schools to pick a bathroom based off which gender they identify with. We do acknowledge that it hasn’t been overturned fully, but ratherwill be up to… More details

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Listening To Your Teacher

  Our Moksha Yoga and Modo Yoga community is pretty awesome. This post comes from the amazing onwer of Moksha Yoga Halifax up on the east coast of Canada. Enjoy and remember to share as well! Have you ever taken a yoga class in which the teacher teaches something really new and fun – a… More details


Layers of Gratitude

  What astonishes me most about yoga is that it is never done working on me. I have learned so much on my mat, but I continue to be transformed by this beautiful practice. There are infinite layers and dimensions of understanding, and that’s what makes it so rich. Gratitude is an integral part of… More details

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It’s Not Separate

We are here to awaken from our illusion of separateness . – Thích Nhat Hanh – ON THE MAT Simple & powerful. This quote today is a great way to explore the interdependence of every posture. In yoga practice we sometimes think we are doing one thing, often our teachers will give a specific benefit… More details


108 Sun Salutations – The What and Why?

by Michelle Henkell We yogis understand that there are many important and symbolic meanings in disciplines as diverse as mathematics to religion and spiritual practices. My intention for this class was to celebrate the Autumn Equinox. This is a time of balance between day and night. This duality between light and dark exists within all… More details


You’re Invited – Family Dinner

At the end of August we had a fun BBQ / Swim Party with our staff, teachers and Energy Exchangers.  It inspired us, and reminded us how food brings people together. So we wanted to take things to a new level and invite all of our community for dinner. By all, we actually mean 40… More details


No Substitute for Sweat

Post by Philly D Recently I was part of crew doing webinars for some of the new Modo/Moksha owners who are opening studios in the coming year. Columbus, Ohio just opened opened, Modo Sydney Australia is in the works, as well is Modo Paris. Some exciting growth happening. I was listening to Darci from Moksha… More details


Lessons from a Teacher Trainee

“Breathe slow, move slow, and be aware of your thoughts. That’s it.” –Ted Grand, co-founder of Moksha Yoga International Inspired Life. I recently returned from British Columbia, where I completed the first part of my 500-hour Moksha/Modo Teacher Training. The month-long intensive required daily meditation, asana practice, and an open mind in order to learn… More details