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Downward Dog Style: Yoga Rocks the Park

It's probably the most fun I've ever had at a yoga class. Definitely the first time my yoga instructor has ever asked me to shake my booty. And while, for some, music and jokes and booty-shaking may be a bit ...
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Miss BeFit: Beginning Yoga at CorePower

There’s a constant pressure in our lives to push for the bigger and better, the next level. Sometimes we can get so carried away trying to do more that we end up sucking at what we already do. The pros fea...
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Miss BeFit: CorePower Yoga

All week I’ve been seeing yoga mat-toting guys and gals of all ages leaving CorePower Yoga Grant Studio with bright red cheeks and sweaty hair plastered to the backs of their necks. I can count the number of ...
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Miss BeFit’s Five Favorite Yoga Poses

The best thing, for me, about working out and staying in shape is realizing exactly how much my body is capable of. It's that adrenaline rush that comes from pushing your body past what you know you can do an...
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Pregnant Practice: Prenatal Yoga

Despite its physical challenges, we all identify yoga practice as a means for relaxing and nurturing our bodies. And in the midst of the aches, sickness, and general discomfort of pregnancy, there may seem to b...
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Miss BeFit: Yoga

Yoga. We’ve all talked about it, we’ve all dabbled in it, we’ve all seen photos of our favorite celebs' bodies who swear by it. Some of us love yoga and are seldom seen without our mats strapped to our backs....
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Not-So-New Intentions

New Year's Day is a semi-arbitrary holiday. Sure, our calendar year is based on Earth's journey around the Sun, but January 1 is still a somewhat random starting point. It could just as easily have been April...
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Body Language: pH7 Pilates

Joseph Pilates never had a sex change. While it remains a popular misconception that Pilates is primarily for women, its inventor was, in fact, a man. Not any mere man either, Pilates was a boxer, a circus performer and a self-defense trainer. He could’ve probably kicked most of our @$$-es if he’d wanted to. Thankfully, his boxing opponents’ @$$-es were the only ones he wanted to kick in the literal sense. His Pilates students? Their @$$-es only got kicked in the anaerobic sense. And so can yours (in a good way). Not by its inventor, mind you (Pilates passed away in 1967), but by any number of his living disciples. Denver’s own Cher Aslor, of Capital Hill’s pH7 Pilates, is among them.
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Aural Pleasure: Lukos (& Yoga) @ DAM

Tonight, April 30, Gabe Ratliff AKA Lukos will soundtrack a yoga class at The Denver Art Museum. Satori-C will be on hand to tag team. Given that “satori” is a Japanese Buddhist term for “enlightenment”, it seems fitting. And marrying an ancient discipline like yoga with a modern musical genre like electronica seems appropriate for such a cutting-edge art museum.