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    agebuzz Guest Blogger: Louise Applebome

    Pea Soup Fog and Mung Bean Soup By Louise Applebome

    By Louise Applebome (photography by Roger Winstead)   I’d been feeling a little logy lately. And my brain has been a bit foggy. Earlier in the summer, I could blame it on the beastly, depleting Dallas heat. But after nearly a month in Maine, and no significant reduction in my…

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    The Little Island That Could… By Louise Applebome

    By Louise Applebome   If ever I need a reminder of the fragility, unpredictability, and abundant possibility of life on earth, I need look no further than off the dock of my vacation hide-away in Maine.  There sits an island within swimming distance (for those who are so inclined). It…

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    Your Solo Yoga Practice: Home Sweet Home By Louise Applebome

    By Louise Applebome   We know that the arrival of COVID-19 and the pandemic changed people’s habits and lifestyles. More time at home. Fewer opportunities for going out or gathering with friends and family. Working from home.  So, a natural deduction might be that many folks would have used that…

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    Getting To The Heart Of The Matter: Honoring The True You By Louise Applebome

    By Louise Applebome   Remember the CBS television panel show back in the 1950s and 60s, “To Tell The Truth?” In it, the “mystery contestants” included a “real” central character with an unusual job, and two often very-convincing imposters.   The four-member celebrity panel questioned the three and had to…

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    Yoga Props Are Our “Friends” By Louise Applebome

    By Louise Applebome   Let’s talk about props.   From the start of our online Yoga classes (and long before that), I’ve touted the importance of using yoga props to foster a smart and safe practice. The goal is to get poses to adjust to your body, NOT to force your…

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    Wanderlust in Yoga and in Life By Louise Applebome

    By Louise Applebome   “It’s not irritating to be where you are. It’s irritating to wish you were somewhere else.”   John Cage (1912-1992) Avant-garde musician, composer, and philosopher.     How often “on the mat” do we become distracted and/or frustrated?   That “should” word creeps in and diverts…

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    Louise Applebome
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    Biography:

    Louise Applebome, 68, is a Certified Yoga Instructor in Dallas. After “retiring” from a vibrant and varied professional career, she became a yoga teacher. She teaches all her classes on Zoom right now and accepts students, young or older, from wherever they are, both geographically and in their pursuit of a yoga practice. Louise will help you stay fit and flexible, and release tension, aches & pains from the body…and the mind. Her yoga studio in Dallas is del norte yoga and you can reach out to her at [email protected]

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