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As a long time yoga practitioner, I simply...
Using the shoulders, upper chest, neck and back muscles to inhale creates a shallow and rapid chest breathing pattern. Instead, to breath deeply and fully, we need to use our main breathing muscle, the diaphragm, to engage in belly or diaphragmatic breathing.
As part of the Eight-Limbed Path of yoga, the...
The Yamas shape how we relate to others. By considering these aspects in our daily practice both on and off the mat, all of our decisions and actions arise from a more considered, aware and higher place.
The true purpose of yoga was never about contorting your body into a pretzel-like pose or wearing expensive workout clothes. More than a form of physical exercise, yoga is a systematic practice of breathing control, positive thinking, relaxation, and meditation aimed at ensuring harmony of mind, body, and environment.
To counterbalance summer’s heat, Ayurveda recommends favoring foods that are lighter and easy to digest, especially foods that are moist and sweet, bitter or astringent in flavor. To get you started, here’s a short guide to summer pitta-pacifying foods.
Summer is pitta season according to Ayurveda. Here are five (5) tips to help you stay cool this summer.