Category: Self-Reflection

Why Inspire Yoga: Create Space (1 of 8)

posted by Adam Pilat

Dear Fellow Yogis, Your dedication over these many years allowed this community to thrive and grow. We are larger, tighter knit, and stronger than ever. I’m grateful for this opportunity to reflect on the sources of our shared success. When Bethaney and I opened the first Inspire Yoga® location, there were plenty of little problems […]

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Inspiring Yogi | Kendall Birchfield

posted by Nancy Nelson

Leaves have begun to fall, pumpkins are currently everywhere (and IN everything), and the temps are finally lowering! As we look ahead to these crisp and cozy months, we are excited to share another very Inspiring Yogi & her story with you. Today, meet Kendall Birchfield. Kendall practices as a member consistently at the Denton […]

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Yoga at Home vs. Yoga in a Studio

posted by Alana Speed

Happy Monday, Yogis! Before I dive right into my experiences of an at-home and in-studio yoga practice, I wanted to introduce myself since it’s my first blog with Inspire! My name is Alana Speed, I am a senior (thank heavens) at the University of North Texas, majoring in public relations with a double minor in […]

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Inspiring Yogis | Diane, Sarah and Amy Pihl

posted by Nancy Nelson

Happy new year, IY family! To kick off our 2018 Inspiring Yogis, this month we are excited to present you with not one, not two, but THREE yogis that you might recognize from the Denton studio! Diane, Sarah and Amy Pihl have been a part of Inspire Yoga for some time now and have noticed […]

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The Blessing of Being a Beginner

posted by Nancy Nelson

I’m a self-admitted perfectionist. I like to know what I am doing, why I am doing it, and for exactly how long I will be doing it for. Yes, I recognize that this is rarely how things work in real life. Therefore, I often find myself spiraling when one unknown hits. It totally throws me […]

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Fall 2016 Teacher Training

posted by Nancy Nelson

Learn. Lead. Teach. Have you ever thought about becoming a yoga teacher? The Inspire Yoga 200 hour teacher training program is designed for the unique individual. Regardless of where you come from, your age, or the circumstances that define your daily life – this training is for YOU. the details… CLICK TO APPLY! the buzz… […]

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Doing Your Best Work – While “Asleep”

posted by Leila Cranford

Our modern western world is becoming increasingly aware of not only the benefits, but the absolute necessity, of rest.  Accordingly, rest is big business – technologically advanced mattresses, saltwater flotation pods, couple’s massage – but we wouldn’t go so far as to say it’s our most productive time.  But consider this invitation: I’d love for […]

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Finding My Upside Down Waterfall – A Journey Through Divorce

posted by Mary Novas

Before I begin, I feel like it’s necessary to share that I was raised by a rock solid mother who has worked for a divorce attorney my whole life and a strong willed father that is a recovering alcoholic. So, to say I was raised in a colorful household would be an understatement. They stuck […]

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Yoga for Athletes: Winning the Mind Games

posted by Jennifer Wilford

Yoga began as an exercise for me. Nothing more. But only seeing the physical benefits of yoga is like going to Baskin Robbins and getting chocolate ice cream every single visit. My son does this, and there’s absolutely nothing wrong with it. But yoga is 32 flavors and then some, and if you only pay […]

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A Note on Motherhood

posted by Tatiana Romero

It’s hard to find the exact words to express what this journey has been like for me. As my baby girl approaches her first year of being in this world, I am filled with a sense of accomplishment. The more she grows and learns, the more whole I feel. She has brought a concrete purpose […]

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