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10 Best Yoga and Meditation Books, According to 10 Top Yoga and Meditation Teachers

by Gina Tomaine November 27, 2018 Top teachers share the yoga and meditation books that impacted them the most. There are some books that stick with us long after we’ve finished turning the pages. These are the books that become... Continue Reading →

Yoga Means Union, But Union With What?

by Pandit Rajmani Tigunait   I have been told that “yoga” means “union” and that union is the goal of yoga. My question is, union with what? The body with the soul? Union with consciousness? The central focus of yoga... Continue Reading →

Evolve your movement practice. ​Tell me WHY? When was the last time you evaluated your practice like that? Your teachers like that? Your SELF like that?

STORIES FROM THE MAT  " Even the simple looking stuff in yoga, like the picture here, or warrior II, or warrior I, or uttanasana, utkatasana, sukhasana, and all these poses that are standard in most yoga classes can for many... Continue Reading →

Scoliosis and Yoga: The Do’s and Don’ts

by Amber Burke Editor's note: The below are intended to be general recommendations for yoga practitioners and teachers. They are not a replacement for the personal advice of a health professional. Scoliosis is an abnormal curvature of the spine whose... Continue Reading →

Defuse Anxiety By Asking Yourself This One Simple Question

Byron Katie, author and founder of The Work, explains how a simple yes or no question can help you relieve stress. Anxiety is the great unifier these days. It seems everyone is suffering from it. What if gaining perspective on... Continue Reading →

Goals vs Habits

Let’s take the most cliche and universal New Year’s Resolution of the bunch: “I want to lose 20 lbs and look sexy for summer.” I think almost everyone has had this resolution at some point. In most cases, you recover... Continue Reading →

A Different Approach to Relieving Tight Hamstrings

by Amber Burke& Bill Reif Editor's note: The below are intended to be general recommendations for yoga practitioners and teachers. They are not a replacement for the personal advice of a health professional. The hamstrings are a bugaboo for many... Continue Reading →

Wabi-Sabi: The Japanese philosophy for a perfectly imperfect life

Imperfection is the basic principle of Wabi-Sabi, the Japanese philosophy of accepting your imperfections and making the most of life.   Life is unpredictable. And that’s okay. Embrace it. When nothing is certain, everything is possible! Your plans for tomorrow,... 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 →

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