2014

1-Minute Mindfulness Practice

Michelle Finerty by Michelle Finerty | February 11th, 2014 | 3 Comments
topic: Health & Wellness, Personal Growth, Yoga | tags: 2014, believe in yourself, goals, inspiration, mindfulness practice, new intentions, new year inspiration, resolutions, satya, truth, Yoga

Mindfulness Meditation

The cold winter months are a good time to delve within to decide where you want to invest our energy, what you want to hold onto, and what you want to let go. This is always a very exciting time for me because although every day is a chance for a new beginning, I love the energy around this time of year. Everyone is open to the possibility of change and the boundless opportunity found there. To keep the momentum going, it is important to stay connected to your goals, your inspiration, and your belief in yourself.

7 Steps to Set Your Yoga Practice Up for Success

Sara Fruman by Sara Fruman | January 7th, 2014 | 1 Comment
topic: Fitness, Yoga | tags: 2014, breath, breathing, change, Fitness, health, new year's resolution, well-being, wellness, yoga class, yoga instructor, yoga teacher, yoga-practice

yoga practice 2014

Beginning a yoga practice can feel frustrating, stressful — maybe even boring! But stick with it. Coming back to your mat again and again will improve your body, mind and spirit beyond levels that you even dreamed imaginable.

Find a blissful yoga practice by following these simple steps:

What’s on Your Fitness Bucket List?

The FIRM Master Instructor Team by The FIRM Master Instructor Team | December 31st, 2013 | No Comments
topic: Fitness | tags: 2014, bucket list, bucketlist, exercise, Fitness, fitness bucket list, goals, motivation, new year resolutions, new year's resolutions, run, running, stephanie huckabee, the firm, working out, workout

By The FIRM Master Instructor Stephanie Huckabee

Many of us keep a list of things we’d like to do before we reach a certain milestone. With my 40th birthday looming, I spent some time evaluating what I would like to include on my own so-called “bucket list” as I move forward in life. My list consisted of things like traveling to specific places, learning to cook my grandmother’s dressing and actually reading many of the classic literature titles currently gathering dust on my book shelf.

But what about a bucket list for exercise? Have you ever thought about keeping a running list of your dreams for fitness? Making a list of your long-term goals along with some smaller ones along the way could be just what you need to keep you motivated for years to come!