Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012

To My Early Birds

by Rebecca Starr I teach early. Especially now, with the oncoming of this beautiful Williamsburg Fall, my morning ride to the Rec Center is dark and increasingly cold. I love early, and I love the sharp morning air that screams go back to bed. I love my devoted few who, in my Monday 7:00AM boot […]

Monday, September 3rd, 2012

Yoga Roughly Translated Means…

by Sarah Prowitt Yoga roughly translated means “yoke” or the “union” between body and mind. When I started practicing four years ago, I had no concept of how transformative this five thousand year old practice would be in my life. Yoga is more than an activity, it is a practice — one doesn’t achieve yoga […]

Monday, April 2nd, 2012

Massage Therapy: For Wrinkles or Knots, or Both?

by Amanda Corney While most people don’t get massages to prevent wrinkles, massage is a way to keep the body tissues supple, detoxed, and turning over for new growth.  Massage not only relaxes muscle restrictions, it increases blood circulation, stimulates cellular renewal, eliminates wastes that would otherwise remain in the body longer, and both calms […]