Shoshoni Yoga Blog:

Explore Yoga Wisdom & Meditation Insights

Welcome to our yoga blog, your go-to source for exploring the world of yoga and meditation. Whether you’re a seasoned yogi or just starting your journey, delve into our collection of yoga articles to discover insights into various styles, postures, and profound philosophies. Dive into meditation articles for inner peace guidance, and find expert yoga teacher training advice to help you navigate your practice and teaching journey. Join our thriving community to embrace holistic well-being with wisdom and tips on yoga and meditation!

Relax, Reset, and Restore Recap

Relax, Reset, and Restore Recap

Relax, Reset and Restore Recap We just completed a blissful, engaging weekend of facilitating our guests to relax, reset their nervous systems, and restore energy levels.  Unfortunately amidst the bonding experience and facilitating most of the classes, I forgot to...

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Relax, Reset, and Restore

Relax, Reset, and Restore

Relax and Restore Through Yoga and Meditation Practices At Shoshoni Yoga Retreat The purpose of all forms of yoga is to connect to the highest wisdom that resides within, known in the ShambhavAnanda Tradition as the Inner Self.  We are often disconnected from this...

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Year End Giving

Year End Giving

Dear Shoshoni Community, What a difference a year makes! Please remember Shoshoni in your year-end giving. There are less than two weeks left in 2023 to make a tax-deductible donation to Shoshoni Yoga Retreat. For all, especially our Sangha (spiritual family) that...

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Fresh Strawberry Tofu Pie

Fresh Strawberry Tofu Pie

Fresh Strawberry Tofu Pie from The Shoshoni Cookbook   It's pie season, and this luscious dessert is just like fresh strawberries and cream. Yield: One 9" pie (eight slices) Prep Time: 30 min Cooking Time: 60 min   Ingredients: 2 cups granola 3 TBSN apple juice 1...

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Slowing Down to Open Up

Slowing Down to Open Up

Slowing Down to Open Up: Vijnana Bhairava, dharana four “When breath is all out (up) and stopped of itself, or all in (down) and stopped—in such universal pause, one’s small self vanishes. This is difficult only for the impure.” The breath itself is a ‘ceaseless...

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