Sciatica is one of the most common types of low back pain, but can be confused with piriformis syndrome. Learn about these two conditions as well as five yoga poses guaranteed to ease your sciatic pain.
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February is all about pink and red hearts, roses, chocolate and cupids. It’s also the month the American Heart Association (AHA) dedicates to heart health education. While you’ve probably heard that eating a low-fat diet and exercising help prevent heart disease, you may not know that yoga is another important tool in fighting heart disease as we age. Read on to learn five (5) ways yoga enhances heart health.
Yoga is known for improving flexibility and balance. But did you know that a well-rounded yoga practice is an effective tool for maintaining heart and cardiovascular health? Here are five poses to help you maintain a happy, healthy heart.
Ah-choo! Colds and flu tend to be more prevalent in the winter months as does depression. The science of Ayurveda provides insight into this season as well as simple self-care tips to help you safeguard your health and sanity.
It’s holiday time again! While the holidays can be wildly joyful, they can also rob us of our sanity! When you start to feel overwhelmed and exhausted, spend a few minutes in one of these four restorative yoga pose to give yourself a much need break.
Being able to withdraw from our harried, busy lives is vital for our physical, mental and spiritual health. Learn how your yoga practice can serve as a place of sanctuary through the practice of pratyahara.
You probably know at least one person who you’d describe as resilient. Resilient people seem to weather life’s ups and downs with grace, good humor and ease. Why is that? What secret power do they have that you don’t? Turns out there is no secret to being more resilient and, it is easier than you might think.
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