Author: Lara Falberg

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Self-Massage Benefits and Handling Delicate Trigger Points

I’d put getting a trigger points massage right up there with oysters and champaign for dinner. It’s extremely necessary to lead a happy life and be in optimal health. There’s nothing to argue here. If you can swing it, go get yourself a professional massage once a month. If that’s not in the budget, perhaps […]

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Use An Oil Cleansing Method to Put Your Best Face Forward

I swear to you, washing your face with oil makes a whole lotta sense. If you’ve never tried an oil cleansing method, I’m really excited for you right now I was skeptical too. Very. But those who recommended using oil cleansing versus soap and water sure as hell had really nice skin. Trust the people […]

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How Often Should You Do Yoga? The Most Common Questions Asked and Answered

How often should you do yoga? Which yoga mat should I buy? How long will it take for my hamstrings to become more open? Should I do handstands if I’ve had a rotator cuff injury? The inquiry never stops, nor should it. Ask and question everything. There’s only circumstantial evidence that curiosity killed the cat. […]

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Practicing Yoga for Hip Pain and the Power of Backing Off

Some of us just are not all that talented at resting. If you’re an active sort and have trouble keeping still, then being told to rest might feel like a punishment. Since the joints of the hips are so large, sometimes they require more rest than we want to give them. But they will keep […]

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The Yoga Friendship: How Many of Us Have Met Our Closest Friends Via Yoga?

I’m so inspired by the idea of yoga friendship I actually wrote a novel based on that concept. Yoga studios are a unique place and they practically beg us to connect with others. In the novel, Yoga Train, the main characters, Devon and Ruby, meet at the yoga studio. Devon has been wanting to approach Ruby and […]

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