Lindsay Buehler TysonLindsay Buehler Tyson began dabbling in yoga in 2000 but fell head over heels for the practice when she took her first class with a Jivamukti teacher shortly after moving to New York in 2006. Her classes incorporate creative vinyasa sequencing with meditation, clear intention, yogic philosophy and good music. It is Lindsay’s goal to encourage students to cultivate joy, grace, mindfulness, strength and spaciousness and to empower them to extend the teachings of yoga to all areas of their lives.
Atha yoga anushasanam. (Now, yoga.)
I sit to write this in the midst of Summer Solstice: the longest, lightest day of the year, which also happens to be International Yoga Day. Summer feels like a season of…
Healing Comes From Letting There Be Room
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