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A Pathway To Personal Power Pt. 1 | By Austin Richman

Dive into the subtle energy of shakti with Austin Richman as he kicks off a blog series in this week's installment of Yoga Living Project. Read below to explore this transformational energy and for tangible advice in putting it to practice. Does this prompt an idea you'd like to share on the blog? Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to submit your work!

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Self Expression through the Throat Chakra | with Erika de la Cuadra

In this week's installment of Yoga Living Project, we kick off June's theme of Subtle Body with some reflection of the Throat Chakra (Vishuddha) from Erika de la Cuadra. Read about her experience and let us know yours! If you have something you'd like to contribute, contact Austin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Sthira Sukham | By Kristen Mack

Kristen Mack tackles Sthira-sukham asanam in this week's installment of Yoga Living Project. Read below to learn more about this approach to asana (the yoga poses) derived from the Yoga Sutras of Pantajali. Do you have a topic you’d like to cover? Email Austin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.!

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The Ins & Outs of Half Pigeon | By Anna Mack

This week's installment of Yoga Living Project is brought to you by cambio's own Anna Mack! If you've practiced with her before, you know that she knows her asana, and in line with this month's theme, she's offered insight on the pose that everyone seems to have strong feelings on: half pigeon. Read, practice, and let us know what you discover. As always, reach out to Austin if you have something you'd like to share with our readers at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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The Power of Touch: How I Learned to Love Adjustments | By Shelby Palmeri

In this week's installment of the Yoga Living Project, cambio. Yoga teacher Shelby Palmeri shares what changed her mind about hands-on adjustments. Read about her journey below and if you have anything you'd like to share on the matter (or any other topic) email Austin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Yoga in the Darkness: How to Practice When Life Hurts by Suzanne Mariska

This week's installment of Yoga Living project is brought to you by Suzanne Mariska, as she shares poignant yet graceful thoughts on a yoga practice in the midst of the pains of life. If this stirs something in your heart and inspires you to contribute, email Austin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Love: A Conversation with Yourself with Erika de la Cuadra

This week's installment of Yoga Living Project comes from Erika de la Cuadra wrapping up this month’s theme on love. Use the ideas below on the quest of getting your heart right by asking questions and doing the hard work of loving yourself first. Do you have something to contribute? We are also always looking for guest writers so please reach out at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you’re interested!

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Field Notes on Life by Aveen Banich

First time guest blogger and yoga teacher extraordinaire, Aveen, shares her thoughts and experiences on the magical way love works throughout our lives. We'd love to hear what resonates with you so please let us know your thoughts. We are always looking for guest writers so do please reach out if you are so called to do so at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Blog on 4 Phases of Yoga History and Why it Matters to Teachers and Students of Yoga

In this installment of Yoga Living Project Austin Richman shares a blog on the 4 phases of yoga history inspired by the writings of Gregor Maehle. If you have dipped your toes in the deep ends of Yoga philosophy and ever wondered how to make hay from any of it this little piece of info just might be the helpful hint you have been waiting for to help you to navigate the depths. We encourage you to listen and read as they both contain some different info so please enjoy and let us know what you think, in fact you will have the perfect opportunity this week as Austin will be holding a community satsang on February 28th, 2019 at 7pm both at Cambio Yoga and on Facebook live. The event is donation based but watching online doesn't cost you anything, but only those in person will have their chance to speak, share and ask questions.

 

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Why I did Yoga Teacher Training by Erika de la Cuadra

Yoga Living Project presents a peek into one teacher’s journey into Yoga Teacher Training. If you’re interested in joining our program, or if you would like to like to share your story, please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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What Is Yoga by Suzanne Mariska

This week's installment of Yoga Living Project is right in line with Cambio's theme of the month as guest writer and senior teacher at Cambio Suzanne Mariska calls on Patanjali's Yoga Sutra's to help suss out the conflation of what yoga is. We hope you enjoy this short but sharp article on the subject and as always please either let us know how you like it, share with your friends, and keep an eye for more to come.

 

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Top 9 Reasons our Teacher Training is Super Special

9 Reasons our Teacher Training is Super Special
(we tried to keep it to just 5, but couldn't...)

1. Real Skills- Our students graduate ready to take the seat of the teacher. Cambio ytt gives you all the tools you need to step into teaching a safe, well-sequenced, and inspiring class.
2. Support- Cambio faculty and teachers provide consistent and supportive mentorship. You are never alone on your teacher training journey - you are supported by an expansive community of experienced and caring teachers who are truly invested in your growth, plus you have a personal mentor.
3. Experienced Faculty- We’ve led 23 trainings…not to mention extended teacher training, which has been ongoing since 2013! We understand that teaching students to teach is a whole other thing than guiding yoga classes. Our lead teachers have been teaching since at least 2011 and have been a part of faculty since at least 2013. All YTT teachers must successfully complete extensive internship programs.
4. Designed for the Learner- Cambio owner and YTT director, Amber, has her masters in teaching, so this training is designed for the learner. Don't expect boring lectures! Our curriculum utilizes a wide variety of techniques to facilitate interaction and discussion, as well as to address different learning styles.
5. Accessibility- One of Cambio's guiding principles is that yoga should be accessible to all. In that spirit, our teacher trainings are welcoming and accessible to anyone with a sincere desire to grow. Our students - and teachers - come from many different walks of life and yoga backgrounds, and that diversity is part of the richness of our community.
6. Community- Cambio ytt students are immersed in a culture of mutual support and friendship. Whether you are a long-time yoga practitioner or brand-new to the practice, your sangha will help you through the challenges and celebrate your successes.
7. More than Poses- While learning a ton about alignment and the purpose of poses, our students also learn about other aspects of yoga through experiential workshops like chakra nights and book club.
8. Real class experiential learning- We put our trainees in our actual classes to get experience during training. It’s not as scary as it sounds and the pay off is huge in both practical experience and confidence!
9. Insight into Special Considerations - Our trainees gain understanding about how to work with beginners, adaptive, and prenatal students.

Yoga is a way of life and should be accessible to all.

 

Community is important. Everyone is a valuable member and we are here to serve our community.

 

Everyone is perfect just as they are. Everyone has their own path and is at a different point in life.

 

From physical abilities to beliefs, everyone is at the right place at the right time.

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