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by David Pratt, LMT, BA
You know you need to get away.
Work, family, the hectic schedules and constant “to do” lists. You’re ready to trade it all for a temporary “do nothing” list ...
Author's Note from David Pratt: There are several key questions that will help you design the best getaway or retreat possible. This article helps guide you to the perfect experience for you, and reveals the transformative effect of adding massage therapy and yoga to your final decision.
Exercise & Fitness
by Melina Meza, BS Nutrition, 500-RYT
I’m quite fond of the old yogic saying, “it’s never too late, or too early, to consider sequencing your life today for a healthier tomorrow.” Because I really believe it to be true.
Everyday you get opportunity to restate your intentions and purpose, which helps align your prana so you accomplish your goals...
Editor's Note from Lexi Yoga: Melina Meza shares with us an Ayurvedic perspective on how to stay balanced and stabilize your earth element before approaching the summer season. Your sleeping patterns, overuse of your senses and improper eating can all affect your well-being.
by Andrea Marcum
That period of my life when I first started yoga was a neurotic quest for more, more, more. Nothing was ever enough: no workout, no amount of success, no expression of love, nothing. I managed to turn everything into a letdown...
by Dr. Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500
Can Yoga make miracles happen? Can we make miracles happen? How often do you hear people hope or wish for a miracle?...
Editor's Note: The author encourages self reflection at one's own yoga practice. When you look beyond the asanas (poses) and at how you really conduct your life, you have the option to notice the good you're doing. The positivity that's all around you and the deeper awareness of joy is brought about by regular yoga practice as well. The author suggests that yoga is a system, which allows one to train the mind for those times, when we are challenged by life’s struggles. Read on to learn more!
by Faye Martins
When the mind isn’t functioning properly, performing even the simplest task is a difficult proposition. The problem of confused thinking is one that only seems to get worse as time passes...
Editor's Note: Does your mind chatter away incessantly? Most likely, it does. One way to quiet the mind and find deeper, richer peace and clarity is through meditation. Dhyana, which is sanskrit for meditation, is one of the 8 limbs of yoga. Yoga itself is practiced to actually prepare you for meditation. It gets all the fidgets and stiffness out of the body, so that you can sit quietly, for a very long time in deep dhyana…with the ultimate goal of samadhi (enlightenment). Read more to find out how meditation can quiet the monkey mind!
1. Running tied with swimming
2. Walking tied with hatha yoga
Editor’s Note from Bess Coble: Need some ideas on ways to get moving for the New Year? Here are the top 20 ways people use to get fit.
Exercise & Fitness
Editor's Note from Lexi Yoga: Sun Salutations can bring your chakras into complete balance. Practiced everyday, you can begin to feel the positive energy flowing within your body. Here is a beginners yoga video of how to practice this amazing sequence.
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