March typically comes in like a lion, but it also marks the shift back to Daylight Savings Time. While most of us can handle the weather, time change on the other hand (and I think I speak for the majority of us) makes us grumpy. Try this four pose yoga sequence to help you get a good night’s sleep.
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Sustain Your Brain with Meditation
Attending the funeral of a dear older friend, I...
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Yoga Snack: Sitting Break
Dementia and Alzheimer’s: How Yoga Can Help
Watching the slow decline of someone with dementia is heartbreaking. While there is no cure, yoga and meditation are valuable tools for treating individuals diagnosed with dementia as well as reducing your risk for developing this disease.
In a fast-paced world, there is value to slowing down and enjoying the scenery. The same is true of our yoga practice.
Yoga and Our Aging Brains
Our brains, like the rest of our bodies, change as we grow older. Happily, research increasingly reveals how yoga serves to bolster parts of the brain most affected by aging.
7 Secrets to Aging Gracefully
With age comes wisdom and grace. As a yoga therapist, I’ve worked with many people in their 60s, 70s, 80s and even 90s. Most come with health concerns. But overwhelmingly, they come with a desire to age gracefully. Along the way, I’ve learned a great deal from these “graceful agers” about the keys to growing older with vitality and strength, both of body and mind. Here are seven lessons I’ve learned:
Left Brain, Right Brain: Balancing Breath Practices
Did you know that you don’t breath from both nostrils equally? Truth be told, nostril dominance switches every two to 2.5 hours without any interference from us. Sounds strange, but scientists have studied this phenomena, which the yogis discovered hundreds of years ago.