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Featured Yoga Teacher: Bonnie Glass, LCSW

Posted by on Feb 15, 2017 in Evolution Blog | 0 comments

Bonnie Glass loves Vermont. She has always vacationed here and though she has only lived here since July, already feels like it’s home. Like many New Yorkers, she got married here—on a mountain. Unlike most New Yorkers, she did it in January on Stowe Pinnacle, a moderate to difficult climb in summer, a serious undertaking in January. Such a spirited wedding gives you a glimpse at who Bonnie is: a clinical social worker, a professional figure skater and coach, a yoga teacher, and change agent who describes her life as a mosaic. She began practicing social work in New York in 2001, working with those who have experienced trauma,...

$5 Yoga Classes 5 Times a Week!

Posted by on Feb 14, 2017 in Evolution Blog | 0 comments

Evolution has $5 drop-in yoga classes 5 times a week. All of our community classes are only $5. Mondays with Morgan at 4:30 Mondays with Brian at 7:30 Wednesdays with John at 4:30 Fridays with Chelsea at 4:30 Join us! Find yourself on your mat – you might just find some cash left in your wallet...

What does back pain have to do with breathing?

Posted by on Jan 25, 2017 in Evolution Blog | 0 comments

As a physical therapist, I’ve often associated low back pain with reduced exercise and possibly carrying a few extra pounds around on the abdomen. In fact, the standard care for low back pain (don’t stay in bed too long, start moving as soon as possible…) supports this association. While I was attending a physical therapy course about women’s pelvic floor health, we spent a lot of time discussing the relationship between breathing and the pelvic floor. You may not know this but the “core” muscles are a lot more than the abdominal muscles. It’s now understood that the “core” comprises of the abdominal muscles (specifically the multifidus and transverse...

Yoga Wall, Inversions, Controversy, and the King and Queen

Posted by on Jan 24, 2017 in Evolution Blog | 0 comments

The Yoga Wall is the new kid on the block of yoga props while inversions have been the mainstay of the yoga asana practice since the beginning of time. Recently though, some inversions have fallen into controversy due to their potential to cause injury when poorly executed. The Yoga Wall is not part of that controversy. Quite the contrary, it is a safe place to deepen your practice. An Iyengar-style prop, the Yoga Wall uses straps and belts affixed to a secure wall to help yogis find better alignment and deeper postures, which increases energy flow through the body. It’s fun to use and makes your yoga practice feel...