Month: October 2014

What Yoga Really Means

Most translations of yoga are defined as a verb, to do something—to unite the breath and the body or the mind with a spiritual being. But the original word yoga means union; to unite. It means that everything is already inherently and intimately connected.

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Eat For Autumn: Sweet Potato

Sweet potatoes are nourishing and delicious, and are especially perfect to eat after a rigorous workout, or when your body feels cold and light. This is an earthy food, which will help to ground you and bring you back to balance this time of year.

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3 Ways To Stop The Gossip

Choose to be humbled on a daily basis, which will help to minimize the need for drama and judgment in your life — leading to a life without the gossip, and full of freedom.

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Surrender Into Your Strength 

As much as yoga is really about strength, and of course flexibility, we often underestimate how important it is to create a sense of ease and softness around these physically intense poses. Here are two strong poses that could use a little softening sometimes …

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Yogi Words

Breathe & ReceiveChange is inevitable. You can react or respond to it. Change can break into your life and disturb your routine flow, or you can invite it in to have a cup of tea and become one with it. Your ability to manage change is what will make a difference. In a game of […]

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