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YOGA AND DEVELOPING PROPRIOCEPTION

Balance plays a pivotal role in our lives whether we notice it or not. We are constantly bombarded with external forces that disrupt our equilibrium. So much so, that we often fail to notice, as our bodies are so effectively... Continue Reading →

Vata Dosha: How to Stay Balanced in a Hyper-Mobile World

Maybe you just took an Ayurvedic dosha quiz and learned you’ve got a lot of “vata” in your mind-body constitution. So what in the world does it mean to have a primary vata dosha? First, let’s cover a few basics.... Continue Reading →

27 Easy Dinner Recipes With 5 Ingredients or Less

Most families are all too familiar with the dreaded suppertime dance: combing through the pantry and refrigerator, hoping the ingredients for a quick, simple and nutritious meal will magically appear. I know — I’ve been there. That’s why I constantly... Continue Reading →

5 Knee-Friendly Hip Stretches

While I don’t buy into the idea that all of our emotional baggage is stored in our hips, nor that greater and greater mobility increases our chances of achieving enlightenment, I do know that tight-feeling hips and thighs can be... Continue Reading →

WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN A MODERN YOGA TEACHER TRAINING

Whether you’re a curious yogi, a seasoned teacher wanting to take your knowledge further, or a studio owner looking to start or improve your teacher training, you only need a quick Google search to swim in a sea of yoga... Continue Reading →

Daily Intake of Sugar — How Much Sugar Should You Eat Per Day?

Added sugar is the single worst ingredient in the modern diet. It provides calories with no added nutrients and can damage your metabolism in the long run. Eating too much sugar is linked to weight gain and various diseases like... Continue Reading →

Inflammation + Memory Fog: This is Your Brain on Processed Sugar

Sugar has replaced fat as the evil villain of the modern diet. Just as we’ve learned to treasure our grass-fed butter and avocados and understand the difference between processed, low-quality fats and the traditional ones our ancestors thrived on, we’re... Continue Reading →

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