Running for charity, but also for peace and freedom
Most runners will probably agree that in the past week, when we lace up, we can’t help but experience a humble and silent moment for the many runners and bystanders who were at the Boston marathon. Although we were all deeply saddened by the tragedy, it’s become an incredible motivator and inspiration for even the…Read article >>
Step off the beaten yoga path
Traditional yoga can make me yawn and the whole hot yoga craze just made my blood boil to the point where I got so mad at myself for agreeing to take part in such hellish torture (three strikes and I was out). Thankfully, there are now two alternative yoga classes to keep me both zen…Read article >>
More pilates please!
I first tried a Pilates class at Studio Endorphine when they opened a studio on the Plateau in 2009. After that, Endorphine moved to the mega-yoga studio Breathe on Shearer in the Pointe, and when Breathe finally moved to a smaller space on Notre-Dame in Little Burgundy, Endorphine followed suit by opening their third space…Read article >>