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Articles tagged with 'yoga'


Milwaukee yoga studios guide

Published Jan. 20, 2016

It can take a miracle to drag ourselves away from the couch. An easy way to slip back into an active routine is with yoga.


Escape into luxury at Sundara Inn and Spa

Published Feb. 9, 2015

Valentine's Day is around the corner and warm weather is not, so why not whisk your partner away to the Wisconsin Dells (yes, the Dells) for a luxury getaway at Sundara Inn & Spa?


Got Wanderlust?

Published July 23, 2013

I'd never been to Wanderlust, the festival that celebrates the union of yoga, music and nature until this past weekend. I journeyed to Wanderlust California for the fifth anniversary of the festival held at beautiful Squaw Valley Ski Resort in Olympic Valley, Calif. (home of the 1960 Winter Olympics), near Lake Tahoe.


Hicks of FOX 6 chases stories and a cure for ALS

Published July 15, 2013

Brad Hicks of Milwaukee's FOX 6 News and talk about how we got to know each other, his passion for yoga and how it has helped him be a better newscaster, plus we talk about his brother who suffers with ALS and the Chasin' A Cure benefit that happens this Friday July 19th at Miller Park.


Milwaukee Talks: WISN-12 anchor and reporter Shelby Croft

Published May 9, 2013

Shelby Croft was following the playbook for most television reporters. She jumped from market to market, position to position, ultimately serving as a main anchor in Salt Lake. But Croft knew there was something more in life than market size. She moved to Milwaukee to get closer to home. She got married, had a daughter ... then got divorced. A single mom with a high-profile job, Croft's story is an interesting one.


New year, new reasons to love yoga

Published Jan. 17, 2013

Oh, yoga: the pasttime of hippies and stressed-out soccer moms alike, that blissed-out exercise of Hindu philosophers. It has no demographic, and so it bears no judgement. There's just something so delightfully zen about it (and yes, I realize that I'm mixing Eastern religions here). It's, like, 30 percent breathing, after all. I can get down with any workout regimen that includes something called "heart opening exercises." And it's a great time to get into yoga here in Milwaukee.


Milwaukee's belabela blooms locally, nationally

Published Dec. 16, 2012

More than a decade ago, Bela Roongta started a small T-shirt and card business called belatees based on her love for henna and henna-inspired design. Today, it has grown into a larger business called belabela and her hand-screened clothing items, cards and art work are sold locally, nationally and internationally.


First-time student survives Bikram yoga class

Published April 6, 2012's Molly Snyder wasn't sure what intimidated her more about taking a Bikram yoga class: the fact it was 90 minutes long and inside a 105-degree room or the fact she had not worked out in two years. Here's an account of the oh-so-sweaty experience.


Gyms are icky

Published Jan. 27, 2012

As January comes to a close, I've got one more fitness-themed blog for you. Hopefully, your resolution is still holding steady. If you've been stealthy, you have most likely established a new habit - so, congrats! Whatever you resolved for 2012 - keep it up and make it happen.


Winter yoga will warm muscles, minds and spirits

Published Dec. 27, 2011

Lynn Jack is a yoga instructor who is pairing yoga with winter activities at the Urban Ecology Center. The classes, which begin in January, will include a yoga piece along with cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.


Milwaukee mom overcomes loss, creates Wisdom Wellness

Published Nov. 14, 2011

Sophia Gatti Taylor is the owner of the holistic personal training business, Wisdom Wellness. She started the venture earlier this year after a succession of heartbreaking events in her personal life.


A foot in the yoga teacher's mouth

Published Oct. 8, 2011

Should any teacher, fitness professional or coach tell anyone to lose weight for any reason other than if weight is jeopardizing a student's health? Just like too much "hand to mouth" can create physical weight gain for yoga students, "foot in mouth" can create bigger issues for teachers giving unsolicited diet recommendations.