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25 Days of Yoga Poses to Keep You Stress-Free & Healthy This Holiday Season

Rachel O'Conner

Life, Wellness, Yoga

The hectic nature of the holidays can get to even the most practiced yogi. The problem is that stress is more than just a mental worry. It manifests itself in physical ways and attacks our overall health and wellbeing.
But with daily practice, we can keep our inner peace intact and truly...

How to Choose the Right Yoga Teacher Training

Tracee Stanley

Life, Yoga

Find a yoga teacher training that is going to teach you to deeply understand yourself and how to create a personal practice that will empower you to live to your fullest potential. Knowing yourself is the first step to being able to teach others.

I have been leading yoga teacher...

Braised Fennel, Brocolini & Tofu Recipe

Christina Vargas

Ayurveda, Food, Life, Wellness

Braised Fennel, Brocolini & Tofu

Description
Fennel, ginger, and yogurt sauce give this a juicy and flavorful recipe you'll enjoy over and over again!

Ingredients

  • 2 TBSP plain yogurt
  • 2...

Walk The labyrinth: A Sacred Experience

Dr. Paula Joyce

Mindfulness

Walking the Labyrinth has contributed greatly to my spiritual development. I feel deeply connected to the universality of the mystical process that I engage in every time I enter the Labyrinth. As with so many of my spiritual beliefs and practices, the more I study, observe and open my heart,...

A slice of PY (Psychotherapeutic Yoga)

Adriana Speiker

Life, Meditation, Mindfulness, Weightloss, Wellness, Yoga

I have been dancing with yoga for over a decade and still don't know who is leading! It brought me out of a depression in college when I struggled to get out of bed. It kept me moving (through breath focus) when I was standing at attention in Army Basic Training. It held me accountable when I...

An Ojas Building Shake

Christina Vargas

Ayurveda, Food, Mindfulness, Wellness

Ojas is our "inner sap", our vitality, consciousness and immunity. It is the basis for physical and mental endurance, the internalized essence of digested food and thought.

Ojas is responsible for protecting the body from physical harm and provides emotional stability. It grounds us and...

How To Be Body-Positive With Yoga

Ronald Mccarthy

Life, Meditation, Mindfulness, Wellness, Yoga

Everyone has a self-image or self-concept about themselves that either presents them in a positive or negative light. What you think about yourself is ultimately portrayed on the forefront as your body image. As the term suggests “body-positive” basically means having a positive perception about...

Balancing Vata During Seasonal Change

Kirsten Joy Burch

Ayurveda, Food, Life, Mindfulness, Wellness

This morning I watched Vata blow in, signaling the continuing change of seasons, and I was reminded by my dear friend Christina from ...

Before and After: Transformation

Jen Malloy

Food, Life, Weightloss, Wellness, Yoga

The before and after photo collection is everywhere these days: here I am, fit and fabulous; here I was, overweight and unhappy. I have them too. I have a lot of them. For my late 20s and early 30s, I was overweight - anywhere from 40 to 70 pounds overweight, depending on when you knew me. Five...

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