the pillars of moksha

Be healthy.  Be accessible.  Live green.  Community.
Reach out. Live to learn. Be peace.




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no substitute for sweat!

"Penetration of our mind is our goal, but in the beginning to set things in motion, there is no substitute for sweat."
BKS Iyengar

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Been Practicing at MYG? Want to Give Back?
Do you love Moksha Yoga, and want to become a bigger part of the MYG community? Please check out our Energy Exchange Program
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Floatation Tank Therapy shown and explained using an Ocean Float Room
Beautifully shot video showing the process of floatation and describing what it can do for you. The London Float Centre. http://www.londonfloatcentre.com http://www.oceanfloatrooms.com
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Moksha/Modo Yoga Pillar #2 - Be Accessible
Since 2004, the Moksha and Modo Yoga community has thrived on 7 philosophical pillars, each one rooted in the traditional teachings of yoga to ensure that everything we do as a community comes from an ethically awesome, yoga foundation. Our second pillar is Be Accessible. In a nutshell, all studios welcome all body types, body sizes, ages, backgrounds, budgets, beliefs, individual expressions of being, and of course... hair styles :) #BeAccessible #MokshaYoga #ModoYoga
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Grow Your Yoga - Thank You from Edward Norton
Edward Norton brings Grow Your Yoga to a close with the importance and impact of the campaign. Thanks to Edward, Maasai Wilderness Conservation Trust, and everyone who participated and donated! You're all amazing, and we love you!
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Speak Your Peace - Impact
For more information about how you can get involved visit: http://mokshayoga.ca/community/speak_your_peace/ Speak Your Peace is a Moksha-wide awareness campaign that seeks to expand the definition of peace each year. We reflect on peace, donate two months of karma funds to support peaceful initiatives, and engage our voices through community action. This year we are supporting the David Suzuki Foundation - whose focus is on environmental health - because supporting sustainability in the natural world is one of the ways we create peace.
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