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You may be new to yoga, or you may have been practicing for years. But let’s face it, there comes a time when you have bigger goals than doing plank pose just so you can look good in a bikini.
If you need ibuprofen after every class, feel left out by the ubiquitous images of bendy selfie-worthy bodies, or don’t even know where to start, you are in the right place.
This blog covers both fun and serious articles about sustainable yoga for a vital you. It’s for people who practice yoga to heal mentally and physically, to navigate life’s ups, downs and transitions, and to radiate from the inside out.
You do not need to stop practicing after age 40, and you can start yoga now if you haven’t already. Pop the champagne!
Read. Comment. Contemplate. I’ll see you on and off your mat.
This post is not about yoga exactly, but it is about self-worth and respect and doing the right thing (which, we learn through yoga, so in a way, this is about yoga after all). I intently followed the Erin Andrews trial. If you don't know, a stalker requested a hotel...read more
All kids need books. They need to be read to, and they need access to libraries and books before they step into school for the very first time. "Of course!" you say. File that one under Duh. But here's the problem: this doesn't always happen. For many reasons, there...read more
I have been saying this for what feels like forever -- active exercise is necessary and has tremendous benefits. But REST is equally as important. With all of the sweating and flowing going on in yoga studios, you might not notice the quiet movement of restorative...read more
Happy Friday everyone. During the week, I usually don't have time to read anything longer than a Facebook post. If I come across anything that takes longer than 5 minutes to get through, I save it for the weekend when I have time to sit, mug in hand, by the fire and...read more
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