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Editor's Note from Lexi Yoga: Studies have shown that practicing meditation on a regular basis can bring upon multiple health benefits. Here is a relaxing seated meditation by the sea. Enjoy:)
How many steps are in your day? Maybe today you went for a run, took a yoga class, worked in the garden, or did a little shopping. Find out how many average steps per minute your favorite activities add up to with this fun article from About.com...
Exercise & Fitness
by Colette Barry
Cross-posted from WakingTimes.com
“Love yourself—accept yourself—forgive yourself—and be good to yourself, because without you the rest of us are without a source of many wonderful things.” ~Leo F. Buscaglia...
Editor's Note from Lexi Yoga: In learning to love ourselves we go beyond our physical and mental limits to see the ultimate truth. Practicing yoga can enhance the self love that you feel about yourself, and create a more positive self image.
by Dr. Paul Jarard
Kids live active, stressful lives. They attend school, do homework, participate in competitive sports, play video games, and meet their friends at the mall. In addition, they deal with divorce, new schools, tough neighborhoods, illnesses, bullying, and pressure to get excellent grades...
Editor's Note: Several studies show that children who practice yoga have less stress. This article describes one such students where students learn how to breath their way through difficult situations, how to refocus their thoughts and look at difficult situations differently, how to have better overall health from practicing asanas (poses) as well, and more. This looks like a vialbe alternative/addition to school curriculum. Namaste!
by Ally Hamilton
In almost every pose we do in yoga we are “rooting down” and “rising up”. Whatever is touching the floor is rooting down and how we balance ourselves on top of that foundation and breathe is really when the yoga happens. We don’t always stand on our feet...
Editor´s Note: I love the way the author creates parallels with yoga and our lives. What is going on in your yoga practice, how you approach it and so on, is likely how you go through life, too. Read more to see the link!
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