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January 2017

Healing Yoga Practice : A Yoga Practice to Get your soul Through Grief

Whether you’re dealing with a recent loss this time a year—in the form of an ended relationship, divorce, death of a loved one or pet, losing a job or home, even infertility—or if old, unresolved grief starts bubbling up, a... Continue Reading →

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How to build the Life we want in the Time we’ve got- Gaining Control over our Free Time

Gaining Control over our Free Time |The main problem we have in our lives. We don't build the lives we want by Saving Time |We build the lives we want and then Time saves itself. Find 30 minutes to exercise... Continue Reading →

Live a Good Life| How to brake Bad Habits

Mindfulness on daily basis. Trigger   Behavior   Reward--- Repeat With the same brain processes that helps us survive we can create destroying habits.  We can force ourselves to meditate or force to smoke but what about if we force  ourselves... Continue Reading →

The Story of two Wolves 

Native American Story |  "Which Wolf Wins?" There is a battle between two wolves inside all of us. One is louder than the other. The positive and negative aspects of us that wake up in the morning and go to... Continue Reading →

Yoga is

Awakening the Buddha Within |Lama Surya Das

This is one of the books that deserve a prime spot on your book shelves.  Each page I turned gave me an insight into what it means to understand the teachings. It will answer some questions and raise others but... Continue Reading →

Na-meow-ste: Cat yoga has arrived in Minnesota with popular event on Sunday

Shelter cats are the latest accessory at yoga class, and you can take one home afterward.  Cat Yoga is a thing, and it's come to Minnesota. Forget downward dog. Yoga is all about the cat pose now. Animal shelters are... Continue Reading →

Yoga may have health benefits for people with chronic non-specific lower back pain

A new systematic review, published in the Cochrane Library today, suggests that yoga may lead to a reduction in pain and functional ability in people with chronic non-specific lower back pain over the short term, compared with no exercise. However,... Continue Reading →

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