Posts Tagged ‘modoyoga’


A Corporate Yogi

Although I work in what appears to be a trendy start up, I really work in health care, where creativity is generally red taped by legal considerations. The part of the start up culture we do embrace? Quickness. We move very quickly and if you can’t keep up, it’s probably a good idea to bow… More details


Live to Learn: Beginners Mind

In the next couple of months, we will be exploring what each of the Modo/Moksha Pillars mean and how we can incorporate them into our own lives. If you missed our examination of the “Be Healthy” pillar, check it out here or if you want to get a head start and see the other pillars… More details



Cultivating gratitude has continually been shown in scientific studies to make us happier and slower to anger. As Thanksgiving passes in the United States and our studio ends the gratitude challenge – a challenge where students were invited to write down one thing they’re grateful for and hang it in the studio after each class… 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