Sangha

Sangha means community

Two Rivers Yoga believes in creating strong community ties. Fostering the growth of yoga in our community is one way, but we also strongly believe in supporting local businesses, and helping to raise awareness for the needs and resources in our community and beyond. Together we will make a difference.

Make time for practice

A year ago I was competing in my first – and to date only – Ironman race, Ironman Arizona (IMAZ). An Ironman race is a triathlon consisting of a 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike, and 26.2 mile run. I spent most of 2014 working hard to increasing my fitness and endurance...

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Chamundi Hill

By Faith Love Dasso . . . CHAMUNDI HILL . . . Chamundi Hill is a beautiful natural monument and an ideal place to put a temple. I could have spent all my time looking at the lush scenery, but instead we zig-zaged our way up the hill. While we where going up we got our...

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Welcome To Two Rivers Yoga

Sara Dasso, owner of Two Rivers Yoga in New Braunfels, TX, walks you through some basics of joining a class. First step: don't try so hard! Just 70 percent effort is all that's needed for a safe, enjoyable start on your journey with...

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Meet Margi

Margi has been a student at Two Rivers Yoga for many years and seeing her always puts a smile on my face. Thanks for sharing a little about yourself with us! My first yoga experience was when I lived in Tupelo, MS. I was working long hours and trying to take care of a...

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Why Yoga?

Why yoga? Because I have to. I started my yoga journey 7 years ago because my mom found Two Rivers Yoga. I had lost 24 pounds but had severe back and neck problems. I was out of shape and unhealthy. When I first started yoga I would fall asleep while sitting up with...

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Yoga: Helping People Find Themselves…

Since Before Christ Was A Boy. My grandfather had a wonderfully simplistic and funny way of expressing things. One of my favorites was his way to express a really long period of time. He would either compare it to dirt ("that thing is older than dirt") or to the...

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Transformation Leads To More Transformation

I’ve been busy lately. Very, very busy. Since the beginning of the year I have committed to eating a vegan diet, which really means I have had to spend lots of time learning new ways of eating and preparing food. I’ve also logged hundreds of hours running, biking, and...

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A Teacher’s Dilemma

by Donna Griffin How can I motivate students to commit to a personal practice? Is it possible? I remember when my husband and I decided we didn’t need a fancy corporate address to run a successful business. We moved out of the city, bought a fixer-upper and set up a...

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Letting Go Of Expectations

Some time in 2010 I resolved to really work to let go of my expectations. Nearly three years later I can’t say that I have completely conquered expectation management, but I’ve made leaps and bounds in the right direction, despite it being a very bumpy road. Having...

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Beginning Anew

The New Year is here and we are all busy setting our intentions and resolutions for the year ahead. I like to take time to look back and reflect on the events of the past year. I look at what I have taken on new in the past year, as well as what I have let go. Am I...

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