From Cambio Teachers

  • This week on the Yoga Living Project is a 4 Minute Pranayama practice contributed by Suzanne Mariska, focusing on Kapalabhati, otherwise known as Breath of Fire. Watch this simple and effective video to experience pranayama off the mat. As always, if there's something that you'd like to share on the blog, reach out to Austin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

  • In this live recording form Cambio Yoga on February 28th 2019 Austin Richman talks about how the four phases of mind in yoga history are meaningful to us now to help utilize and understand the practices better. Please enjoy this or for more info check out the recent blog or podcast on the same topic.

     

  • What makes yoga special? People often make claims that their yoga is this or that referring to something outside of a conventional practice. Then there are the people who know nothing about the benefits of yoga outside of stretching. So what makes yoga different than lifting weights or swimming and couldn’t those activities be someone’s version of yoga? One hallmark of yoga is that it cultivates 2 things specific to it that are not intrinsic to most other activities: being and intention. ‘Being’ in the respect that one shifts the frame of their life from ‘doing’ to ‘being’ in a ways that are subtle yet profound. Intention is in the way that we have the ability to tap into an unlimited resource for creativity and creation in our lives. There are caveats to both however, and restrictions to access this potential as they are only within our ability when we play by their rules, so in this week’s installment of the Yoga Living Project I offer an outline for the 6 rules for spiritual practice that, no matter what the activity, will help cultivate the superpowers of being and intention.

  • What is this Bhakti Yoga? Learn about this pathway of love and devotion and the different practices you can implement into your life from cambio co-founder and Bhakti practitioner, Austin Richman. Let us know what sticks out to you, how you practice Bhakti and any other ideas you have to Austin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

  • What’s the first thing you think of when you hear the word “love”?

    What if you think about it for a few moments more? Do you think of different things? People, places, ideas, emotions, activities, spiritual beliefs, symbols, actions?

    Love is many things.

  • This week guest writer Suzanne Mariska Bishop chimes in on the deities of yoga and their significance in the practice.

  • 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!

  • In this week's installment of Yoga Living Project, Austin continues the discussion on shakti, exploring the energy in the physical matter with additional practices to put into effect. Read below to dive deeper into your search for shakti and let us know how it unfolds in your life. Would you like to write for Yoga Living Project? Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to submit your work!

     

  • Austin Richman returns to the Yoga Living project to further the discussion of Shakti, this week exploring the relationship of energy and the mind. This week’s segment concludes with an at-home practice to help you soften into the landscape of the mind that is not to be missed. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to let us know what you think or if this sparks an idea that you’d like to contribute to the blog!

  • Austin wraps up this blog series with a focus on Kundalini Shakti- the energy that can propel you to fulfill your life's work when properly managed. As always, Austin leaves you with a practice to try out at-home that is sure to elicit opinions one way or another. So give it a read, try it out and let us know what you think! Don't forget, if you have an idea for the blog you'd like to share, please don't hesitate to reach out at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

  • A short yoga nidra practice led by Suzanne Mariska Bishop.

  • This week’s installment of Yoga Living Project concludes the theme of self care. Read below for a fresh perspective of self-reliance with the heart from cambio teacher Erika de la Cuadra. What fresh perspectives would you like to share with our blog-sphere? Email Austin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your ideas and feedback!

     

  • 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.

     

  • Cambio Community Kirtan #2 w/ Austin Richman & Suzanne Bishop on 5-6-2017

  • Cambio Community Kirtan #4 from 10-8-2017 with Suzanne Mariska Bishop and Austin Richman

  • In this episode of Yoga Living Project podcast Austin Richman guides an open format satsang with the community members of Cambio Yoga where they discuss how to be grateful for the way in which the practice is supportive, how showing up as your best self allows others to see it within you and encourages them to do the same, and much more.

  • Cambio Community Satsang on the 8 Limbs of Yoga

  • This video is from a Cambio Learn and Lounge about Sankalpa & Vikalpa with studio owner Amber Richman. It's all about working with the heart's deepest desire to overcome fear and self sabotage.

  • A community discussion about the finer details of yoga's energetics from 5-17-2017

  • A talk with Ayurvedic practitioner Leslie McWilliams about ancient practices of wellness, meditation, following your dharma, and how to find balance in a way that allows you to be yourself.

  • The team here at cambio. Yoga were so excited to play host to Fox21 News "Right Now" - a local morning news show - to explain our mission, greet some of our teachers and share some of our favorite things about yoga!

     

  • Austin is back and this time he's working us toward the crux of self-care by creating an understanding around the qualities that create suffering in the human condition. This inspiring installment of Yoga Living Project is completed with a quick field guide to help you navigate these concepts in your daily life to keep your yoga-off-the-mat strong and rooted in compassion.  Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your feedback and/or content for future posts!

  • In this talk about Curvy Yoga and Yoga for Cancer Wellness body image, yoga, life and love all become an intrinsic part of the equation with Cambio teacher Kara Galvin.

  • Cambio Senior Teacher and Extended YTT co-coordinator Anna Mack is here to to help soothe holiday stress with yogic breathing technique. Read below for easy-to-follow instructions to help you ground down, get focused, and enjoy this winter season. Eager to share your own tips? Email Austin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to be featured on the Yoga Living Project, or with any feedback.

     

  • Please enjoy this live recodring of the Ecstatic Kirtan with Spiritwell at Cambio Yoga on 2-23-19.  Our theme of the night was Return of the Light and our intention was to give the beautiful people who showed up all the chance in the world to feel and express themselves, as you will hear it was pretty lit!

     

     

     

  • Please enjoy this live recording of the Ecstatic Kirtan with Spiritwell at Cambio Yoga from 10/26/19.  A goal of these events is to create an atmosphere in which you can transcend the ordinary and enter a euphoric experience that is just dang fun. Give it a listen to feel the music, perhaps move your body, and listen deeply. Let us know what you think and send your thoughts and any future blog or podcast ideas to Austin Richman at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

  • Cambio Senior Teacher (and all the other things extraordinaire) Kristen Mack returns to Yoga Living Project to bring home this month's theme of Gratitude. With a fresh perspective for the urban yogi and accessible advice on how to approach this substantial practice in the modern age, Kristen explores the powerful concept of turning obstacles into gifts to help you along the way. We'd love to hear your thoughts on this topic, as well as future ideas for the blog, so email Austin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your content!

  • Join Suzanne for this week's installment of Yoga Living Project as we learn the benefits of using a neti pot as well as a tutorial. Be sure to always use sterile or previously boiled water and give it a try. Let us know what you think, and as always, write Austin if you're interested in contributing at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
     
  • We just couldn't get enough of the Subtle Body exploration last month, so Kristen Mack returns for this week's installment of the Yoga Living Project to discuss nadis (energetic channels). Read below for Kristen's insights and suggested practices! As always, if you're interested in contributing material for the blog, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

  • A community talk at Cambio Yoga on the subject of love, devotion and the secret stories of the mind, Bhakti yoga is more than just emotions but a great way to use yoga to deal with just that.

     

  • Please enjoy this live recording of the Kirtan with Suzanne Mariska and Kirsten Rambling Roots with friends Angelo Mari & Bobae Barnes at Cambio Yoga from 9/14/19.  More of a traditional kirtan, this night was sprinkled with special acts aimed to sync hearts and vibrations through song. Kirsten and Suzanne have been singing together for over 20 years, and came prepared to serve the cambio. Yoga community. Let us know what you think and keep your eyes peeled for another Kirtan experience with Spiritwell on Saturday, October 26. Do you have something you'd like shared on the blog-sphere? If so, email Austin atThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

     

  • 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!

  • Alyssa Corley returns to Yoga Living Project with an etherical experience in living the yoga. There's not much we can say about this one, you'll just have to give it a read to get all the feels.

    But- we do want to hear more from you! If you have work you'd like to share on all things life, love, learning and yoga, hit us up via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to see your work featured here.

     

  • Cambio Instructor Alyssa Corley is returning with a bare look of bringing yoga off the mat. As cambio owner, Amber Richman reminds us, "Yoga is the art of personal responsibility," and this short, poignant post is the epitome of this sentiment and sure to inspire all. If you're looking to share a snapshot of your journey with our readers, please reach out to Austin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

  • "I was hooked. I had a new life plan..." Erica Kafka joined the Cambio Teaching Team in mid 2019 but started her journey 20 years ago. We are honored to not only have her leading Hot Yoga with us, but to now be sharing some of her experience with us in this week's installment of the Yoga Living Project. Read more to learn what hooked Erica and how she unfolded from there. We'd like to hear your stories too, email Austin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to be featured on the YLP and email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to learn more about your opportunities for Yoga Teacher Training!

  • Ever wondered about why we om, what it means or where it comes from. Listen in to hear Lora lantz talk all things Om from history to meaning to how to do it properly...

  • Guest author and cambio teacher Shelby Palmeri returns to offer up her experience of grief and its relationship with her yoga practice. There is a lot to be taken from this week's installment of Yoga Living Project so read below to see what resonates with you. If you have an experience you'd like to share, reach out to Austin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to contribute to the blog space!

  • In this installment of Yoga Living Project Austin Richman shares a podcast 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.

     

  • Shelby Palmeri returns to the Yoga Living Project with some insights into what teaching yoga might really look like. We have a saying here at cambio's Yoga Teacher Training: "You teach for yourself and you practice for your students". Shelby explains why this concept is important and unfolds some of her experiences as a teacher, which is always a pertinent lesson as we work hard to not only train new teachers, but also to help our current teachers grow with continuing education and support. Read Shelby's experience and let us know your thoughts and what journey has been like - we'd love to highlight you on the blog! Just reach out to Austin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you're interested.

     

  • In this week's installment of Yoga Living Project, Austin Richman returns to wrap up this month's theme of Community. The role of sangha (community) has the potential to be a powerful teacher and Austin explores some of the deeper forms of stewardship within that. Read below to gain insight into how your community can strengthen and find opportunities to serve those around you. As always, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you have content you'd like to contribute for Yoga Living Project! 

  • 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..

  • Welcome back guest author and cambio. Yoga teacher, Halle Thornton, with a post that highlights self-care in her life with beautiful authenticity. Know that this share references eating disorders so please read at your own discretion. If you have a story you'd like to share, please do so by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

  • Cambio's resident "In-betweeners" teacher, Jen Barks, opens up about her uniquely powerful experience from her Yoga Teacher Training. Each trainee has a different experience in this program but one thing stands in common: you are given the opportunity to create something new in your life. From finding your voice, gaining confidence, building a new career or gaining a Sangha, you are sure to find what you need under our experieinced faculty.

    If you are interested in starting your own journey, reach out to our Program Coordinators at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    This is defintately one of the more unique experiences we've heard but we would also love to feature your story to share the spectrum of possibilities. Reach out to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to get your YTT story out there (or anything else you want to see on Yoga Living Project)!

     

  • 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.!

  • 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.

  • "When the program was over, I was on my own with my newly earned certificate (and very green teaching skills).  Teaching a class on my own was a sink or swim situation, and I did a lot of sinking as I tried to figure out how to actually apply what I had learned without any guidance.   Fortunately, I was determined enough to keep venturing into the water. I started teaching at Cambio in 2009, and here I received an amazing level of support and mentorship from many people in this teaching community.  I honed my skills in sequencing, adjusting, language, and I over time I learned to teach with confidence and grace."

    Extended YTT Co-Coordinator and Senior Teacher, Suzanne Mariska shares her experience in becoming a yoga teacher and how it inspires her in leading incoming trainees as they take their first steps on this journey. Continue reading Suzanne's unique experiences and this practice that leads you inward.

    Are you interested in becoming a yoga teacher? Or in doing training to deepen your own practice? What about sharing your YTT experience, or anything else that you'd like to see on the Yoga Living Project? Whatever it is, email Austin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

  • 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..

  • This is my practice. These poignant words come from recent cambio YTT graduate and first time Yoga Living Project guest author, Alyssa Corley. If you're looking to go on a journey through expression and artistry, read some of Alyssa's experience of the human condition below and we dare you not to get instantly pulled in. Share your interpretation of all things life, love and yoga by reaching out to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

     

  • We're honored to feature cambio. Yoga owner, Amber Richman, offering tangible advice on how to calm the mind using pranayama. Click the below to watch the video or read the transcript and let us know what you think! Do you have something you'd like to contribute to the blog? If so, email Austin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

  • This week’s installment of Yoga Living Project is brought to you by Austin Richman, whose unique perspective of how community can deepen your yoga practice is sure to influence your intentions and expectations when walking into the studio. Read below for insights on how to cross the threshold from vulnerability into intimacy, and how to hold that door open for others. What unique perspectives do view the world with? Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your thoughts for future Yoga Living Project installments.

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