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Oasis Yoga Week 20ish

26 Jul

Farra and I love nothing more than putting on the old work clothes and getting dirty. This month has been full of renovations and we couldn’t be happier about it! Here are some of the new additions to Oasis Yoga, check out the differences from week 10 and let us know if you have any killer ideas for our next project.
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Our little Yogis…

26 May

Last week at Oasis Yoga we had our frist Yoga for Kids class. We are really excited to develop this class and offer it on a regular basis starting in the fall.  Those little guys melted our hearts, here are a few shots from the practice.

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Week 10 – The Garden Begins!

25 May

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Keep Bending Forward

26 Mar

Sometimes we try so hard to keep moving forward when really, all we need to do is keep bending forward. Challenge yourself to really stay and hangout in Forward Bend sometime this week. Be passive, breathe deep and watch yourself gradually progress forward.
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Zoe’s Lion

17 Feb

Oasis Yoga, Lion Pose SIMHAGARJANASNA – Roaring Lion
“Especially good for children, this is an excellent asana for the throat, nose, ears, eyes and mouth, especially if performed facing the healing rays of the early morning sun. It relieves frustration and releases emotional tension. Tension is removed from the chest and diaphragm. Roaring Lion is useful for people who stutter or nervous. It develops a strong and beautiful voice.”

Oasis Yoga for kids!

14 Feb

This week Oasis Yoga has been in the classroom introducing the little guys to a yoga practice. We went on a jungle safari and learned how fun it can be when we move our bodies!

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Karate Chop!

9 Jul








禪道會空手道 台灣支部(台中)Karate Belt Test at Zendokai Taiwan

What is Easter? Wise words from Taiwanese 9 year olds.

10 Apr


Easter is a holiday. You can find many eggs! They celebrate about eggs. Because those egg is yummy and you can find bunnys too. and they are all yummy. And one day the God go to the beach and see a lot of colorful eggs and bunnys, so the God eat them and say “this is so yummy.” and when he saw a die bunny eat the egg the bunny be alive!             – Bruce

People have Easter because this man is very good and his name is “Jases”. Jases is very believe his God is is father, Jases is very good, he always go to the church but someone is don’t like he, someone feel he say things is not ture, but is too much an an lady don’t like Jases, so he is die on the cross, but else country knows the Jases much man like the Jases, so Easter is Jases day.           -Johnny

Color eggs, go to the church the American think Jesus can back to life. I think that is inpossable, people die can’t back to life. If you can, any one was not sad when people die. so i think that is very strange.            – Cindy

Draw eggs, hide eggs. They put Jesus on a big cross. The rabbits and bunny make some candys, gave to kids, children, students even babys. The well hide eggs they put candys, toys, and somethings inside the eggs and put them everywere.         – Amy

Easter is America holiday. Maybe they thank for Jeses. Juses do a lot of thing for they, maybe! But I don’t know Juses do what for me. Everybody say Juses die, he die for us. But we don’t do something. Why he need to die. Jeses is God, son. Some people think he is smarter them they. So that people want to die. I think people need thank for everything!           – Annie

What is Easter? The people die and sometime the people come back the life.         – Big John

The Shoes of the Fisherman’s Wife are Some Jive Ass Slippers

9 Apr

If you ever find yourself in the South Korean city of Busan, I highly recommend checking out the Jagalchi Fish Market. It’s a gigantic fish market where one could easily get lost exploring the stands of bazar seafood. We found ourselves down a little side street lined with women cleaning and selling various kinds of fish and squid. After pulling up a stool and grabbing a beer we sat back and marveled at these Korean “Agimas”.  Unlike most women in Korea they don’t mind hawking loogies and smoking cigarettes.  They are there to sell fish and not to mess around with pleasantries.  They curse, pick their noses and spend their long days haggling over “sea penis” and urchins.  After spending nearly a year in Korea they are still the most interesting people I came across.

A walk through Zhongxing

6 Apr

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