The Balanced Being/Living Yoga Newsletter
May 2013


The Balanced Being supports optimal being by providing Soft Tissue Therapy and Iyengar Yoga Instruction


In this newsletter:

  • Living Yoga in the News
  • Thank you Francois
  • Yoga Basics 
  • Featured Yoga Pose

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Living Yoga was featured in the Denver Posts' "Your Hub" Thursday May 16th, 2013.  

The article covers the Yoga for Vets class taught by Steven Norber.

Click here to read the article

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Thank you to Francois Raoult for an engaging and informative workshop, and to all who attended!  Francois' work with Sacred Architecture brought insighful connections to mind, body, and consciousness.  

Save the Date for Francois' return to Living Yoga May 10th and 11th, 2014!  






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Do you know someone, perhaps a friend, co-worker, or neighbor who complains of back pain, stress, or fatigue?  

How long do they want to experience that?  

Encourage them to come to Yoga Basics to begin a path to healthy change!    

Yoga Basics begins this Wednesday, May 22nd 2013 at 7:15pm  


Register here



Register here

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Featured Yoga Pose


Bhujangasana is the sanskrit term for serpent or snake.  When done correctly this pose tones the back and opens the chest.  "...in cases of slight displacement of spinal discs the practice of this pose replaces the discs in their original position." B.K.S. Iyengar 

1)  Lie face down on the floor with your legs firmly extending back through your toes.
2)  Place your hands beside your waist and press your palms.
3)  Engage your buttocks firmly and press them towards your heels. Maintain this action through the entire pose.
4)  Pull your shoulders back as you press your palms.  Lift your chest as you pull your spine forward and up.   Your head will begin to look up as your chest opens.  
6)  Hold this for about 10-20 seconds.  Release.  Repeat 2 or 3 times.  

If you have questions, please feel free to contact us.   


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Please check the website regularly for schedule changes, workshops, and events.  

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Warm regards,

Kelly and Steven