Restorative yoga is a practice that utilizes a variety of props (blankets, bolsters, chairs, etc.) to support the body, allowing for deep relaxation and a quieting of the mind.
We often treat others with kindness and compassion. But how do we treat ourself? Much of the criticism, judgment, and blame we hear every day comes from our worst enemy: ourself.
Would you like to teach yoga to anyone, regardless of their experience or ability—not just the young, strong, and flexible? Are you seeking a nondogmatic approach based on solid principles that encompass the full breadth and depth of yoga?
Whether new to the sport of running or looking to get back into it, you can discover your optimal running recipe that feels as natural as slipping on your favorite pair of sneakers.
Health, in many traditions, is the outcome of our past experiences and those of our ancestors.
When it comes to relationships, questions like, “Should I stay or should I go?” and “Should I really have left?” are not easy to answer, especially on our own.
When our meridian channels are blocked, we feel stagnant and out of sorts. By opening the pathways that allow prana to flow, we bring harmony, lightness, and joy to our being.
With all of life’s busyness, it can be hard for mothers and daughters to slow down and spend time with each other. Our girls are growing up so fast, and just when we think we know who they are, they change and mature some more.