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Restorative Yoga: Feel Full Again

Even if you’re one of the few people that don’t have trouble sleeping these days, chances are you feel a bit depleted in some way. With the accelerated pace of our modern lives, we often wake up still feeling…

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The Spirit of Motherhood

Mothering is a gift. It’s an honor and a privilege to be a mother to another.It’s also a very, VERY hard slog. Every day presents a new whirlwind of emotions. Just when you think that you’ve got it all…

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Mantra: A Tool for the Mind

From the Sanskrit root “manas,” meaning “mind,” and “tra,” which translates as “tool,” a mantra is literally a tool for the mind. Yoga classes today are full of affirmations and “OMs,” however these “mind tools” are anything but new.…

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Parivrtta Trikonasana: Revolve Your Triangle

Pronounced: pah-ree-VUR-tah    tree-koan-AH-suh-nuh Revolved Triangle From the Sanskrit roots “tri,” meaning “three,” and “kon,” meaning “angle,” Trikonasana is named for the shape it resembles. While Triangle is one of the more simple poses, Revolved Triangle, its evolution, is deceptively…

Quick Tips

Six ways to embrace #zerowaste this Earth Day

A couple of years ago I was visiting an island in Thailand and made my way to the most secluded beach recommended by the locals. I strapped on my snorkel, mask, and fins and enthusiastically got in to explore…

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Tending Your Fire

In cultures throughout the world, fire is a central element of spiritual practice, revered as the source of light and spark of life. We are captivated by fire—drawn to its warmth and mesmerized by its glow, instinctively aware of…

Pose of the Week

Learn Sundial Pose

In this Pose of the Week, Chelsey Korus demonstrates Surya Yantraxsana or Sundial Pose . This pose creates openness through hips, hamstrings and shoulders, with the help of an intense concentration. Warm up the limbs first, then play with…