Summer is pitta season according to Ayurveda. Here are five (5) tips to help you stay cool this summer.
Once you’ve established a regular time and place for your daily home practice, you can start to vary it to fit your mood, energy level, and physical needs. Whether you prefer practicing in the morning or at night, asking the following three questions daily will guide you in choosing the best practices for you.
You’ve set up your home yoga space, so now what? To help you stay motivated and know what to do once you arrive on your mat, here are eight (8) tips for getting started.
Setting up a dedicated place for a home practice will help motivate you to add yoga to your daily routine. If you haven’t already created a corner in your house for your home yoga practice, here are some ideas to get you started.
If you regularly read the blog or attend my classes, you know I am constantly sharing what the latest research is revealing about how yoga and meditation positively influence our bodies and minds. So, if you are already feeling the benefits from taking a weekly class, why start a home practice?
End of the day and your back is killing you. Sound familiar? No matter the underlying cause of your back pain, dehydration of the discs between the vertebrae can worsen pain. Try this 15-minute Happy Back Practice to rehydrate and soothe your aching back.