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Editor's Note: Dharma is one of my teachers in NY City, and his sun salutes have evolved to include forearm balance and splits since his classes draws advanced practitioners. Here is a nice presentation of the basic sun salutations. ~Donna

 

 

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by Brooke Nisbet

In talking with my mentor and nutritionist, Julie Daniluk, I was reminded of the need for a daily meditation to help with stress busting. When I go to my friend’s house and draw spiritual cards, I often get the “meditation” card. When talking to other mentors or leaders in yoga and wellness, they ask if I have a daily meditation practice (knowing I should). Ugh… really?! Meditation again? Sigh. See the thing is, no matter how much I duck, dodge and fight it… meditation will keep being brought to my attention, because it is something that I really need in my life...

 

Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: An article from one of my dearest of friends and also former college roommate (which means we've been friends for over 25 years). We've both come a long way, baby.

 

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by Silvia Mordini

Something magical and mystical happens when a group of high-intentioned individuals make the decision to gather together in a breathtaking natural environment for the purpose of uplifting their lives & expanding their consciousness. The result is something beyond words...

 

Editor´s Note: Have you ever thought about a different type of vacation or getaway? Why not try a retreat? There are all kinds out there, but if you have an affinity for yoga, then a yoga retreat is order! This is such an increcible way to have break thoughs, get to know your real self, deepen your yoga practice, make life-long friends with similar interests…and oh so much more! Yoga instructor, Silvia Mordini, gives provides you with three excellent reasons for participating in a yoga retreat. I've done it several times….it's so worth it! Namaste!

 

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by Tarra Madore

If you have tried Part One of  “Let Your Pigeon Soar” and are ready to really let your pigeon take off, try this more advanced version. Eka Pada Rajakapotasana 1 requires a little more opening than the prep pose discussed in Part One. Make sure you have warmed up with some backbends and thigh stretches. Starting where we left off in Part One, bend your back knee and reach back with your left hand and hold your left foot...


 

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by Tarra Madore

Spring is here! The birds are chirping, new grass is sprouting up, and just about everybody is ready to let go of the winter. It is a wonderful time to practice Eka Pada Rajakapotasana or One-Leg King of the Pigeons Pose. This amazing pose helps open the hips and release stored emotions that are no longer life enhancing...

 

 

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by Melina Meza, BS Nutrition, 500-RYT

Have you ever heard the word ama before? It’s an important word in the Ayurvedic system to describe the toxic waste, sticky gooey sludge that builds up in the channels of the body when your digestive fire (agni) becomes weak due to overeating, improper food combining, too many cold liquids mixed with your meals, stress, or a compromised immune system...

 

Editor's Note from Lexi Yoga: According to Ayurvedic systems, most of us carry toxic build up in our bodies. This is called Ama - which is when the digestive fire (agni) becomes weak, due to our lifestyle of unhealthy eating and stress. Melina Meza shares with us the symptoms of Ama and ways to clean out your body for spring time.

 

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Editor's Note from Lexi Yoga: Wake up in the morning and practice some yoga stretches to energize you for the day. This sunrise yoga video on the beach in Tel Aviv, Israel will surely do your body good. Enjoy!

 

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by Diane Cesa

I love Headstand. In fact, I used to hang out in Headstand just about every day. The more I studied yoga therapy and worked with clients, the more I realized that the majority of the population is unfit to do Headstand -- and yes, I'm included in the majority...

 

Editor's Note:  A review of Carol Krucoff's book of practical suggestions for yoga postures and practices for neck and shoulder pain due to injury and stress. ~Nicole

 

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