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Thank you for stopping by my website.  Some call me “Amysita”, but Amy is just fine too. I’ve been a yogini since I was 16, I’m an earth advocate, health enthusiast, cyclist, and animal lover.  My purpose is to help you turn up your volume through modern integrated yoga teachings, community, and increased awareness. You can find my classes on YogaGlo and courses for yoga teachers at 90 Monkeys.

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90 Monkeys 200 Hour Teacher Training

July 13-13, 2016

The 200 Hour Teacher Training is the heart and soul of the 90 Monkeys teacher curriculum. It is here where new students and veteran teachers seeking to explore the profound teachings of yoga, cultivate a lifelong path of self-discovery. It is here where they can learn the skills needed to become a force for positive…Continue Reading »

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What Your Inner Child Can Teach You About Back Fat

Ever catch a glimpse of yourself in the mirror or in a photo and you see “it”? Back fat. And then you start battling those years of subliminal messaging and airbrushed magazine photos in your head. Upon seeing the rolls, you may have worked yourself into a frenzy of limiting, non-supportive thoughts, as we are…Continue Reading »

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Are You Creating your New Year or is it Creating Itself?

Have you ever noticed that if you start your morning centered with a clear intention that your entire day flows better and feels more balanced? This January, I recommitted to my morning centering ritual and it’s been everything. After all, your mornings set the tone for your days and your days set the tone for…Continue Reading »

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Amy Ippoliti’s 2015 Holiday Yoga Gift Guide

It can be difficult to discern where yoga fits into the larger scheme of the holiday season. Is it here to provide relief from the stress of shopping, travel, family visits, and deadlines in school or work? Is it here to help people relieve their perhaps overly-filled tummies and help them recommit to health and…Continue Reading »

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Amy’s YogaGlo Picks for the Week: Self Love Fest!

Now is one the most important times in the year to keep up with your practice, but also one of the most challenging. There was such a great response to my last playlist of YogaGlo classes on Facebook that we’re moving it over to the blog and I’m releasing new, curated collections to help you…Continue Reading »

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What Do You Love about Daylight Saving?

I’ll never forget one October on the day of daylight saving that year, I had heard so many complaints about the dark afternoons, the shorter days, and the impending frigid winter, that I decided to pose the following question to my yoga students in class that night:“I know what you hate about it, but what…Continue Reading »

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In reality, what difference is there between a flower and our imagination? There is none truly, for the world is a living pulsation, and that pulsation is in everything.
— The Garland of Great Meaning (Translated by Douglas Brooks)