About This Blog

“Blogic”

The intention for this blog–the “blogic” behind why I created it, if you will–is to help people realize they have the power to better their lives. I happened to find this power through yoga, both the physical practice and the spirituality. I created this blog to share that awareness with you.

This is not new stuff. Nothing I write about is original. These are all things I have learned from my yoga studies. I am just sharing them.

How This Blog Works

On the right hand side of the page, you will find a section called “Read More by Category”. The category tab has a drop down box where you can find blog posts relating to: Yoga-General; Gratitude; Happiness; Spirituality; Empowerment; Postures and Breathwork; and an About Amber category.

Continuing down the right hand side, there is a section called “Recent Posts” which shows you the last 5 posts. The section directly below that, called “Top Posts and Pages”, links the most recently read posts, as voted by you, the reader.

Finally, there is also a link in the upper right hand corner called This Week’s Featured Post. This page is reserved for showing either the week’s most MVB (Most Valuable Blog), or a blog from the past that I was inspired to re-post

Most Valuable Blogger in Baltimore

Thanks to you, this blog won the Most Valuable Blogger in Baltimore award in the category of Health/Medical/Fitness. Thank you for your votes, and thank you for reading!

Contact Me

Please email me your questions about the physical practice, the spirituality, the nomenclature, or any other general questions you may have about yoga or empowerment. My email is empowermentyoga@yahoo.com.

To learn more about me, my teaching style, and my class schedule, you may always visit the About Amber tab in the upper right hand corner (or click the hyperlink for convenience).

I am here to serve you in any way I can!

Namaste,

~Amber

Comments on: "About This Blog" (3)

  1. Rudy Pallas said:

    “Remember that not getting what you want is sometimes a wonderful stroke of luck.” – Dalai Lama

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