It has been Moksha/Modo Yoga International’s intention to largely refrain from making any partisan posts on social media, so as not to make any person feel isolated from the community, or that they don’t belong – after all, Moksha and Modo Yoga IS a Place For All, and we really do mean that.
Posts Tagged ‘Reach Out’
350.org works around the world to prevent disastrous climate change. Our name signifies the safe level of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere, 350 parts per million, but we are now over 400 ppm. 350.org has helped build a global movement behind the goal of transitioning the world beyond fossil fuels and embracing a renewable energy future. At heart of so much of our work is the need to protect our valuable water resources.
This is our 9th annual Grow Your Yoga – a 30-day on and off-the-mat challenge. This may leave you wondering – what does it mean to Grow my Yoga? What does that look like? This post offers some answers and seeks to help make this collective challenge, a personal one as well.
The Top 10 Lessons of Being a Vagabond Yogi
This morning I woke up a new part of the Canada, in a new home, and after practicing a little Reiki & meditation in a new bed, I wandered into a new kitchen.
Studio Owner, Christine Grant, of Moksha Yoga Cambridge opens up about loss, grief, and moving through it all on her mat. I’ve been wondering how to start this post for awhile now. How do I explain how yoga can help people grieve? How it can help people process. How it can help someone come out… More details
Moksha/Modo Yoga’s Speak Your Peace campaign is supporting Pull-Together.ca this year, and our community fundraising goal is $65,000. To find out WHY, please read this very short and informative post from our friend Andrea Palframan at Pull-Together! http://pull-together.ca/speak-your-peace-the-global-campaign/ AND… if you’d like to donate directly, please visit our FUNDRAISING PAGE. Every little bit goes a… More details
This year, we are super stoked to be supporting Pull-Together (a joint campaign by RAVEN Trust and Sierra Club BC) for our annual Speak Your Peace campaign. Their goal (and ours) is to help ensure that First Nations rights are legally protected.