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How 1 Woman Lost 52 Pounds in 52 Weeks Without Spending Hours in the Gym

When Erin Eversoll was 21, she found herself working at a bakery, snacking on way too much unhealthy food, and clocking in at about 213 pounds. She knew she needed to lose weight, but her asthma made taking on a... Continue Reading →

The Meaning of a Morning Routine

What is most important to you is to start each day with Intention with Focus and with Meaning. When you wake up in the morning your game day starts and you do not want to be on the defense side.... Continue Reading →

THE FOUR STAGES OF LIFE

STAGE ONE: MIMICRY We are born helpless. We can’t walk, can’t talk, can’t feed ourselves, can’t even do our own damn taxes. As children, the way we’re wired to learn is by watching and mimicking others. First we learn to... Continue Reading →

THE MOST IMPORTANT QUESTION OF YOUR LIFE by Mark Manson

Everybody wants what feels good. Everyone wants to live a carefree, happy and easy life, to fall in love and have amazing sex and relationships, to look perfect and make money and be popular and well-respected and admired and a... Continue Reading →

Agree or Disagree? Why white people need to stop saying ‘namaste’ .

I recently stumbled over this article when my boyfriend pointed out to me the link to "The Sydney Morning Herald". I am intrigued by the idea. In all the years of yoga teachings, I heard so many opinions on this... Continue Reading →

10 Prominent Yoga Teachers Share Their #MeToo Stories

By now, someone you know has probably shared the short but powerful hashtag #MeToo on social media, drawing attention to the prevalence of sexual harassment and assault in what some say could end up being a watershed moment for women’s... Continue Reading →

Why am I Truly Here Today? All you need is a Safe Space to Practice.

I find that Yoga practice transforms the one who is able to come to class and just let go. Even if it means to cry on the mat or lay in Savasana for half the time. Can you take a... Continue Reading →

Yoga Teachers: Be One or Date One, It’s All the Rage |The story from a Personal Trainer point of view

Afunny thing is happening in the yoga world according to the Wall Street Journal and the Hollywood Reporter. Not exactly your go-to fitness resources, but there they were – stories about how yoga is changing the landscape of people’s careers and... Continue Reading →

There are some events nothing can prepare you for.

A woman called Cynthia wrote to musician, writer and actor Nick Cave and asked him how he deals with the death of his son, Arthur. Arthur died in 2015, aged 15, after a fall from a cliff. This is how... Continue Reading →

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