Posts Tagged ‘Community Support’


Beautiful Soup

Beautiful soup, so rich and green, Waiting in a hot tureen! Who for such dainties would not stoop? Soup of the evening, beautiful soup! Soup of the evening, beautiful soup! Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll Soup has to be the perfect wintertime food. It’s nourishing, easily made with almost any combination of ingredients,… More details

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On Activating Intentions – by Sue Mc

How has 2017 been for you? What’s 2018 looking like? No matter what has happened, or what we may anticipate for the year to come, it’s a turning point. Many of us will think about intentions for the new year. Whether we call them resolutions, action plans, daydreams or visions, it’s a time of looking… More details

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Well Rounded Yoga – WRY

Sue Mc interviews Instructor Shayla In September, Moksha Yoga Burnaby’s schedule will adjust and expand with some new offerings and the return of some favourites. Among the returning favourites is Well Rounded Yoga. MYB Instructor Shayla created this series of 6 classes that will be on SUNDAYS (Sept 10 – Oct 15th). Shayla has 1000… More details


Finding Flow – by Sue Mc

I have been practising at Moksha Yoga Burnaby for two and a half years and I have never taken flow class – at least not on purpose. Once I took a class by accident. That was about a year ago. Otherwise I have enjoyed all of the other classes, but never flow. I have given… More details

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Funky, Sudsy, Silent – Try Something New

Recently, we posted an article about The Beauty of Repetition, written by Joanna Thurlow Murphy of Moksha Yoga Halifax Joanna’s thoughts really hit home for me. Most of the time, my practice is consistent and reliable, something I return to again and again for wellness, peace, challenge, mindfulness, and so many other benefits. Its familiarity… More details

Beauty Of Repetition

The Beauty of Repetition

This article is re-posted with permission of Moksha Yoga Halifax. It is written by Studio Owner, Joanna Thurlow Murphy. If you’ve been to a few classes at our studio, you’ve probably figured out that Moksha Yoga is more than just our name – it’s a set sequence of yoga poses, taught mostly the same way… More details