Categorized as: Practice
27Mar The Power of Truth
Written By: Sujantra In the ancient yogic texts it is written: “Truth alone triumphs.” We are taught as children to tell the truth and never to lie. Being truthful aligns with our sense of what is right and proper and resonates with our conscience. When we lie we never feel quite right about it. When we speak the truth we feel aligned wit
Written By: Lauren Mahlberg We use the core to do pretty much everything in our bodies, from sitting up to standing tall, there's a core muscle engaged. So often we refer to training the core as achieving six-pack abs, but that's only the surface!
Written By: Lauren Mahlberg ...Whenever stress takes over, whenever you need to reconnect with your breath, your intention, Balasana is always there for you.
Written By: Sujantra McKeever My nephew recently asked me what I had learned from all my years of meditation. I answered him in one word: synchronicity.
23Jan Love and Respect
Written by: Sujantra “To love yourself is the beginning of a lifelong romance.” –Oscar Wilde To love oneself means to care for oneself – to be careful with yourself.
Written By: Lauren Mahlberg Vitamin N? No, it's not the next superfood must-have in the wellness world. In fact, it's quite the opposite. It's something we have always had enough of throughout our entire human existence, until now. Vitamin "Nature."
By Emily Ruth I love nothing more than to come home after a long day and put my legs up the wall (vipariti karani), and then have a cup of tea. Honestly, I love to start my day with tea.
08Dec A New Year Opportunity
By: Sujantra McKeever "And now we welcome the new year. Full of things that have never been." --Rainer Maria Rilke
Written By: Danielle Brand-LeMond According to yoga's ancient sister-science of Ayurveda, fall is the season when the Vata, or air element, dominates. As the weather turns colder, drier, and more windy, our bodies can respond by feeling achy and stiff and our minds can become more easily distracted-i.e. airy.