The Principles of Yin Yoga #shorts

The Principles of Yin Yoga #shorts

Yoga and Cultivating Compassion for Others New students to Hatha Yoga are sometimes stumped by the idea of setting intentions for themselves and their practice. They usually want to focus…

Awakening Mind Development Part 5

Awakening Mind Development Part 5 #Awakening #Mind #Development #Part Sometimes we include links to online retail stores. If you click on one and make a purchase we may receive a…

Will Yoga Reduce Weight?

Beginners should try a 20-minute practice each day, allowing for a full day of rest in This will allow the body to build strength and flexibility and prevent Beginners should consider combining yoga with other forms of exercise,…

Will Meditation Help My Anger?

Anger is a natural If you can observe your breath, you will be able to identify the feelings and emotions that arise from These feelings may be warm, cool, or By observing your breath, you will notice…

Live in the Present (Jathara Parivartanasana)

This week’s class topic is ⁇ living in the present moment ⁇ We move through life on a rock floating in space … no, but really. Our memories and our…

5 ways to lead a more conscious life

If you’ve had a bit of trouble finding a groove for a healthier lifestyle, you’re not alone. Throughout the pandemic and other traumatic events in life that seem to affect…

How to Practice Zen Koans

John Tarrant demystifies the practice of koan zen. Yes, it is paradoxical, poetic and totally personal. And life too. Illustration by Tomi Um. El koan: The coin lost in the…

How to detect and overcome it

When a person is repeatedly confronted with stressful situations, he learns to be helpless. They think they will not be able to control or change their current position, so they…

10 books for your summer reading

From love stories to the science of climate change, here are ten books I loved, maybe you too. The Forty Rules of Love: A Novel by Rumi, Elif Shafak (2010)….

My dog ​​bit a person: an enneagram perspective

It’s never good when your dog bites a person. Your feelings range from surprise to horror, anger and shame, all in about two seconds. This happened to me just a…