This weekend, the "Super Moon" (a full moon that appears larger and brighter), will undergo a full lunar eclipse. The first full moon since the Autumn Equinox, when both day and night are equal lengths, is also called a "Harvest Moon," and it will be the last of the "blood moon series" of red moons since
I've been reviving my breathing and meditation practice, starting in the wee hours of the morning before the house wakes up and the whirlwind begins. Most days the whirlwind is within me, and even at 5 a.m. it seems impossible to shut down, go within, and get centered. At these times, we can meet ourselves
As the temperatures outside dipped, the girls heated things up inside with some hot yoga. Who's that cute new instructor? Tiana and Elsa work on their headstands. Great work girls! Merida's full split is perfect. She makes it look so easy! Aurora practices her three-legged Up Dog with ease. And in heels!
We know that yoga can improve your posture, flexibility, and overall health. But, did you know yoga can also improve your career? By taking what we learn in yoga "off the mat," you can improve your career to achieve better results or refocus into a better path. Practicing yoga on and off the mat brings
Happiness is Now. If you dwell on the past, longing for better days, then you are not living in the present and cannot experience true happiness. If you dwell in the past due to suffering from others, then you sabotage your happiness today. If you put all your thoughts into the future, always anticipating pain
Happiness in one word is Yoga; it can mean so many different things.
I am slowly incorporating aruyevedic practice into my daily life with amazing results. My digestion is better; I sleep sounder; and I have overall less aching in my joints. This is an energizing, aruyevedic way to start everyday with both purpose and a clear mind. In just ten minutes, you can set the tone for
I'm happiest now more than I've ever been. I'm more independent but less at the same time. I've learned to hear "no" and be ok with it. If someone were to ask me what happiness is, I would say to look inward not outward for your happiness. If you're not happy with yourself, you can't
My recent weekend at Amrit Yoga Institute changed the way I approach yoga. I've been practicing yoga in many forms for approximately seven years. However, I have been largely focused on physical yoga with some meditative properties. Yet, these two remained very segregated not only from each other, but from my everyday life and interactions.
There is more to the practice of yoga than stretching, balance and strength. Yoga is about breath, the lifeforce that flows through us, and the release of ego and attachment through meditation. Yoga is about connecting with your body and mind through breath and learning from that practice of ease, breath, and overcoming; then translating