Monthly Archives: March 2014

Yogi of the Month: Jen

Jen Ferguson’s presence has been felt ever since she first came to Yoga on High a year and half ago.  She has made a big impression on all of us, as her commitment to the practice of yoga extends well beyond the mat.  She inspires us all to smile more, to give much, and to live from the center of our open hearts.  Thank you Jen, for spreading your sunshine!   Each month Yoga on High is happy to partner with Manduka to feature a Yogi of the Month. Learn more about this month’s Yogi of the Month, Jen!

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Yoga on High’s Top 10 Essential Oils

The benefits of essential oils are plenty. With a few starter oils, anyone can experience the potentially healing and mood enhancing properties essential oils have to offer. From uplifiting, to detoxifying or energy boosting, essential oils are easy to introduce to your daily rotine. Here are our favorites. Read More…

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Spring Cleaning, aka releasing that which no longer serves you

by Stephanie Estice

There’s an interesting thing that happens when you begin to lean into a more expansive way of being in life. As you listen to your soul’s calling and learn new things and feel things that you haven’t experienced before, you run into your old limits. Or, to put it another way, you reveal deeper layers of your old patterns.

The theme for the month of March at Yoga on High is to release that which no longer serves us. When you go to the High Street location of the studio, in the back hall, there is a display of beautiful photos. Just above this wall of images there are slips of paper where you can write what you want to release and then tie the paper wish to a branch on the wall. It made my heart feel warm to find this display. It speaks to me on many levels: it is aesthetically pleasing and reminds me of the papers that I saw people tie to tree branches in shrines and temples when I was in Japan – the papers containing bad fortunes that they wished to release. Read More…

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