All You Need Is Yoga

Finding your flow with music & yoga

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All You Need Is Yoga - Finding your flow with music & yoga

In 2008, MacKenzie Pause created All You Need Is Love Yoga, an original yoga sequence influenced by the music of The Beatles. The class has since been taught all over the country, and in 2014, a book and album inspired by the class will be released. The book explores music's ability to revitalize and transform your yoga practice, and includes a step by step sequence often used in the original class. The album includes songs by The Beatles, recorded by various artists, with proceeds going to George Harrison's UNICEF fund

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photo by Julie Mack

photo by Julie Mack

MacKenzie Pause-Hurley began her yoga journey in 1997. Since that life-changing first class, she has found joy in sharing yoga and meditation with others. Trainings from Red Sun YogaJaya Yoga Center and Asana Alphabet Children’s Yoga with additional studies in Thai Yoga, Sound Healing and Vision Therapy make for a versatile yoga experience. 

Her background and passion for music led to experimentation with Nada (sound) yoga. Exploration of the healing sounds of crystal singing bowls helped create her Sound Meditation classes that incorporate the ethereal vibrations of the bowls with restorative yoga and guided meditation. Music also played a role in her Hatha classes, and in 2008, MacKenzie created All You Need Is Love, an original yoga sequence inspired by the timeless songs of The Beatles. The success of the class spans from east coast to west coast, also sharing the class at The Fest, the world’s largest Beatles convention. Scheduled for release in 2014, All You Need Is Yoga, will bring this class into homes around the world. 

MacKenzie's style spans from traditional Hatha to Vinyasa with attention to alignment and breath. While the asanas are broken down for students to learn, her sense of humor works together with a light hearted approach to make all practitioners from the novice to the experienced feel secure and comfortable in every class.

Photo by Julie Mack

Photo by Julie Mack