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Changing the World One Savasana at a Time (about Val Brown)

By | Yoga Shala

In October of 2013, our very own Registered Yoga Teacher, Val Brown, attended and completed 22 hours of Relax & Renew Level 1 Advanced Yoga Teacher Training with Judith Hansen Lasater at Yoga Yoga in Austin, Texas. Judith Hanson Lasater is the founder and exclusive teacher of the Restorative Yoga practice. After completing the Relax &…

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Oooo…Something Shiny! (Lisa Santa)

By | Yoga Shala

I was born in the Chinese year of the Monkey.  I remember telling this several years ago to Mei-Chen, a wise yoga practitioner who you will find frequenting yoga classes.  She looked me up and down and said… “Ah, yes, definitely Monkey.”  I wasn’t quite sure if it was a…

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Grateful for Restorative Yoga (Val Brown)

By | Yoga Shala

A few weeks ago, my partner and I traveled to Austin to attend a 3-day Yoga festival. We left late on Thursday afternoon as we needed to wake up in Austin to start our festival experience early Friday morning. On only a few hours of sleep, we woke up bright and early to attend…

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What is Kripalu Yoga? (Lisa Santa)

By | Yoga Shala

I remember vividly some of my very first Kripalu Yoga classes…right here in Lubbock, TX, at the YWCA.  Before taking classes at the Y, I had been away from yoga for some time.  My first yoga teacher had moved to the beautiful state of Washington and, apparently, so did my…

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The Great Yoga Wall

By | Yoga Shala

Well, I’m here this morning in Ventura, enjoying the cool ocean breeze as I wait for day 2 of the Great Yoga Wall Training. The Great Yoga Wall was created by these two lovely men, Bryan Legere and Kendric (I don’t know Kendric’s last name). Bryan is one of the…

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Manifesting HWY108

By | Yoga Shala

Well, I’m still in complete awe of everything that is coming together to build Lubbock HWY108: H-olistic W-ellness & Yoga.  In looking back on the last several years of my life, it seems so obvious. Hindsight is 20/20, right?  I guess that cliche is generally used in reference to having…

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