Tag Archives: Bikram Yoga Boston

1000 Bikram Yoga Classes

Today I hit a milestone – 1000 Bikram yoga classes.  The date corresponded with completing exactly four years of practice, an average of 250 classes per year. I wasn’t counting until one day the owner Jill told me I was … Continue reading

Posted in Yoga | Tagged , , | 1 Comment

Front Row Challenge

Twice a year, March and November, Bikram Yoga Boston holds a thirty day challenge – thirty classes in thirty days – to raise money for Dana Farber Cancer Center and to entice people to do more yoga.  Although the ultimate … Continue reading

Posted in Yoga | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments

Perfect Yoga

There is no such thing as perfect yoga; there is always room for improvement in any posture. All yoga is perfect; each pose reflects our mind and body at its moment of execution. These two dichotomies ripple through my mind … Continue reading

Posted in Yoga | Tagged , , , | 5 Comments

Deep Yoga

If there is one downside to all the travel during my past year, it is the frequent interruption to my daily yoga practice.  Though I may stretch and strike some poses in Haiti or Kalamazoo, the full Bikram experience requires … Continue reading

Posted in Yoga | Tagged , , | 2 Comments

Fire Burning Within

Bikram yoga is designed to upset our thermal regulation. When we spend ninety minutes in a 110 degree room, we invert our customary condition of internal body temperature.  The outside world is actually hotter than our internal temperature.  This allows … Continue reading

Posted in Yoga | Tagged , , | 4 Comments