Cary Hot Yoga – Student Of The Month

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Student of the Month

The love and support of our students creates the foundation of our sacred space here at Cary Hot Yoga.
Each month we will honor one of our wonderful students by sharing their passion for yoga with you.

You could be next!

Scroll down to learn more about your fellow yogis.
Namaste

July 2017, James Richardson

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James M Richardson is a private wealth ...

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Unnata Aerial Yoga Teacher Training Feb 11 through 20, 2016

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Unnata Aerial Yoga Teacher Training

We all can agree that we are living in interesting times. Where many yoga studios are widening their offerings to satisfy the needs of their total health minded customers, more and more yoga teachers are growing and expanding their knowledge, practice and teacher certifications. To excel in our profession, we need to broaden and grow our skill set to meet the ever changing student and studio goals.

In the last couple of years, Aerial Yoga has become ...

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Cary Yoga League

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Cary Hot Yoga would like to announce the Cary Yoga League for fun, prizes and a little competition! The league will be comprised of teams, captains, yogis, and prizes! The initial game will start on May 15th 2016 with a goal of having a new game every month. Each game will have a set of criteria defining the goals, rules, and prizes.

GAME 1 The Stronger Games!

The Stronger Games! will commence on May 15th.

The goal for the Stronger Game! is to ...

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The Oldest Yogi? 105 years Old and Still Kicking!

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He’s not a typical 105 year old man! Watch Swami Yogananda Maharaj – born in 1908 in Madhya Pradesh, India.
He teaches up to 4 classes a day at The Himalayan Yoga Academy, and according to his colleagues, is the picture of health. Supposedly he has never taken any form of alopathic medicine.

He also travels during the summer and spring months doing seminars ...

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Creative Yogis where Asana + Art Collide

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Yogis share the yoga they practice in front of public art.

“This is the Southbank Centre in London. As an 
academic and yoga teacher, I divide my time between my books and my mat. For me, it’s the perfect split.” – Zeynep Gurtin, London, England

“It took me about 10 attempts to nail a Handstand while in Nice, France, on the French Riviera. It’s where the wine never stops and the views are to die for—
a perfect spot.” –Erin Motz (@erinmotz),
Tampa, Florida

“I ...

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4 Steps for Shoulder Stability in Weight-Bearing Yoga Poses

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Try It
1. Standing with your arms out in front of you, hug the head of the arm bone down and horizontally in to the shoulder socket, engaging the subscapularis, or front rotator cuff, which can be felt in the armpit.
2. Keeping the head of the arm bones hugging into their sockets, press forward through the arms and hands, engaging the teeth-like serratus along your ribs.
3. Keeping the first two actions engaged, isometrically hug the hands toward one ...

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