Many of us—especially yogis—are hyperaware of the way in which certain situations, people, even food affect us. Let’s consider sounds.
Children are unencumbered by the baggage we adults carry around with us. The inherent wisdom of children can teach us so much about mindfulness.
It turns out, you don’t have to commit to a full hour of practice to reap yoga’s many benefits. Just 20 minutes of flowing through Surya Namaskar (Sun Salutation) have tremendous effects on wellness and can even get you out of a mental slump…
Hundreds of variations and hybrids of yoga have found their way into studios and gyms around the world. As a beginning or even seasoned practitioner, how do you know if the option you’ve chosen is best for you?
Mothers sacrifice sleep, diet, love life to care for their kids. Take a moment to pause and recalibrate yourself for better balance. The gift of being a mother is infinite;
This pose gently stretches the inner groins and the back spine. It also calms the brain and helps to relieve stress and fatigue.
An overall feeling of discontent can sometimes stem from depression, lack of confidence, fear, or attachment to wanting life to be different than it is; and heart-opening yoga poses, such as Wheel Pose, are the perfect Rx. They release tight, hunched shoulders and expand our chest so that we can present ourselves from a place of an open heart, ready to fully receive what the universe has to offer us in the present.