Some say that home is where the heart is, and what better place to practice the deep, heart-opening, and grounding goodness of Restorative Yoga than the comfort of your home? All-day long, we rely on our bodies’ muscular abilities to hold us upright and take us where we’re going. We find ourselves in a constant…Read More
Sometimes at the start of a group yoga asana or meditation practice, the teacher will invite students to set an intention for their time together. Through the trials and tribulations, we’ve made it to a new year, and, indeed, things haven’t changed overnight, but what has changed for some is the feeling of a fresh…Read More
Do you want to feel happier? Are happy people grateful because they are satisfied with every aspect of their lives? Or are these joyful individuals happy because they practice gratitude? Studies show it’s the latter. Researchers Dr. Robert A. Emmons of the University of California, Davis, and Dr. Michael E. McCullough of the University of…Read More
You can feel something welling up inside. Perhaps tears fill your eyes, or it shows up as feelings of frustration and anger. Loss, sadness, and grief can cause heaviness in our bodies. It can sometimes seem that certain feelings or thoughts stick to us and become trapped inside. Can your yoga practice be a tool…Read More
You are what you eat is accurate. A balanced, calm mind is easier to achieve when you give your body the right nourishment. Smoothies are an easy way to get more of the foods that can nurture your yoga practice.Read More
What do you love most about yoga?
In my opinion, it is this web of knowledge in which we never truly stop learning. We can dive deep into the Eastern ideology and try to apply it to our modern life.