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Posts by Terry Gupta

Change is everywhere. Or is it?

One night this late-August week, it was 48° F! This cooler, crisp air is a reminder of the changes that underlie and create the natural world around us. Change is always underway. Always there. It just becomes more visible for many parts of the world at this time of year.   Whether we realize it…

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I walk the line.

I had this song title on my mind recently when Jay and I were teaching in Nashville, TN. Even if you don’t know a lot about country music, you might recognize it as Johnny Cash’s first billboard hit from the mid-1950’s. More random trivia: Rolling Stone Magazine ranked it #1 on its list of the…

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YogaCaps Volunteers receive statewide honors

Congratulations to Heather Bogrett, Deb Cicchetti, Gail Duval, Pushpa Mudan, Mary Palm and Vijaya Upadrasta for receiving 2018 Spirit of NH Volunteer Service Awards from Volunteer NH. These dedicated YogaCaps volunteers were recognized this past week at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord, NH.  A full house cheered and cherished volunteers from across the state in…

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Yoga as a medicine for depression

Yoga reduces depression severity Adults with mild-to-moderate major depression who participated in a yoga intervention resulted in statistically and clinically significant reductions in depression severity.  This randomly controlled trial conducted in the USA the examined effects of a 90-minute Hatha yoga class done twice a week for just 8 weeks.  All adults had diagnoses with…

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Being at The Bean

Chicago is one of the many places we’ve enjoyed sharing yoga programs for the past several years. As Frank Sinatra sang, “it’s my kind of town”. We especially like Millennium Park and an amazing mirrored sculpture that is lovingly nicknamed “The Bean” due to its kidney shape.  The artist, Sir Anish Kapoor, named it “Cloud…

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