Etiquette

Why it’s okay to take a break during yoga

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  Taking a break does not mean you’re giving up. Instead of being concerned about where everyone else in the room is at (or thinking), do what feels right for your body in the moment. Sometimes  means you’ve got to just take a Downward Dog, and sometimes it means you deserve a long Child’s Pose. […]

Dance Related Tips

Yoga tips for beginners

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Eat light or low-acid food before yoga class Keep the day of your first yoga class light and simple by having healthy food at least two hours prior to class. Do not eat saucy, fried, fatty, spicy, and high-acid food as they take longer to digest. It’s also not a good idea to do practice […]

Etiquette

Yoga class etiquette tps

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These rules of good yoga etiquette will help you feel comfortable when entering an unfamiliar setting. They are based on common sense and courtesy, but deal with some issues that are specific to yoga classes and studios. 1. Remove Your Shoes Many yoga studios have a place for your shoes by the front door. Since […]

Health and Exercise

Ballroom dancing can provide great muscle tone

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Ballroom dancing can improve your overall muscle tone.  The aspect of ballroom dancing that makes it such a good exercise and health program is you’re maintaining a good posture, stretching your body, standing up as good as you can.  While you’re doing a basic box pattern, you’re not just moving your body; you’re controlling muscle […]

Dance Related Tips

5 top tips for yoga class

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1. Remember that there’s no such thing as being “good at yoga.” Being “good” at yoga postures is something that doesn’t exist. Remember, yoga is a practice that helps us to deeply explore ourselves while learning to quiet the mind – it’s not about perfection. You don’t have to be good at yoga, so release […]