Thank you to those who participated in YogaIowa’s first-ever yoga challenge, the February Open Heart Challenge. We hope it was able to bring peace, warmth and a bit of fun…
Browse the books and podcasts that are helping us keep our New Year’s resolutions, ponder Eastern philosophy and meditate on love and relationships prior to Valentine’s Day.
YogaIowa is hosting the Open Heart Challenge over the month of February, with heart-centered postures posted to Instagram all 28 days. Participants have the chance to win prizes.
There’s still the constant need to show more bodies practicing yoga. I get tired, but I know I need to keep showing visibility, keep posting.
I was led to yoga many years ago, first as it was the “new” and “cool” thing to do at the time. But I’ve stuck with it over the years because it’s what centers and grounds me. When life gets hectic, I know that just by getting my mat, all that melts away, and all that matters is the here and now.
Throughout Iowa, both beginner and experienced yogis find that classes held in an art museum offer a unique way to generate community and promote engagement with others.
Your vision has come to life. Now what? Find partners who can help you, such as the Iowa Arts Council. YogaIowa talks with Michael Morain, the communications manager for the Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs and a former arts reporter for The Des Moines Register.
As a private yoga teacher, deep listening is essential. Through my teaching practice, I’m regularly inquiring about my clients’ experiences and pivoting based on the physical and verbal feedback they provide.
Discover additional ways to prompt reasons, ideas and methods for creation through our summer book recommendations.
As your awareness expands, change happens — a visceral change that influences other aspects of your life, revealing points of evolution in profound and dynamic ways. So we wondered: are people who practice yoga and meditation more likely to be the citizens who respond to calls to action? If so, why?