Pilgrimage Blog

Summertime!

Often people envision yoga and spiritual practices as cold and ascetic, full of all the discipline and things you are not supposed to do. I prefer to envision yoga and personal growth like summertime: enjoyable and full of possibilities.

How Yoga Helps To Alleviate Pain and Discomfort

The practice of yoga is relaxing, meaningful and restorative in many ways. Millions of people take to the mat daily to balance their bodies, minds, and spirits. One of the key reasons that many people who are originally unfamiliar with yoga choose to get started is because they are looking for something that is gentle on the body to incorporate as

Movie Review – On Yoga: The Architecture of Peace

After experiencing the benefits of yoga and meditation in my own life, my first impulse was to share my enthusiasm with others. Trying to explain yoga philosophy through words and concepts is often challenging and fruitless. Sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words. I recently came across a movie that is just that. I've seen many movies which

April Yoga Story: Julie Kendig

I am grateful for Pilgrimage of the Heart. I began coming to this studio six years ago when I moved to North Park after going through a difficult life change. I was delighted that the most affordable studio in town--a key factor since I work in the non-profit arts sector--was also the most caring, egoless studio I found.