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Nowadays, it’s no secret that the practice of meditation has become a popular tool of mindfulness for many. Meditation has proven to be beneficial for brain function, concentration & focus, increasing blood flow, reducing stress & anxiety, and overall, helping practitioners lead happier and healthier lives. The concept of slowing down, checking in with yourself, and actually sitting still might seem quite foreign at first. However, this mindful practice and all its benefits may just
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So, you’ve got your mat ready and your yoga pants on. You’re eager to jumpstart your practice, but lost in knowing which style to choose – especially when there are countless options out there! So, where do you go from here?  Yoga is a practice of intention, one that is tightly bound to the energetic levels of its practitioners. The intention that you take into a yoga class is a direct result of the energy
These last weeks have been eye-opening. We recognize that we haven’t done everything right. In fact, in a lot of ways we’ve done it all wrong. But we’re hearing from you, our community, and we’re doing our best to really listen. The recent killings of George Floyd, Tony McDade, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor has brought pervasive racism into the forefront of our minds. It’s not that racism is new – it is the fact
Yoga for your low back pain

June 9, 2020

Low Back Yoga Love

Slipping into less than desirable habits during quarantine that you’d rather do without? This time at home has given us the opportunity to realize the behavioral patterns that often do more damage for us than good. If you’re anything like us, your list of quarantine habits might look something like this:       Wearing bathing suit bottoms as undies because you’ve run out of clean laundry       Forgetting to wash your hair
How to use Ayurveda in your yoga practice

June 5, 2020

Ayurveda in Yoga

Ayurveda is an egalitarian system that is held on two significant and fundamental pillars that reflect the natural, innate intelligence within you: like attracts like & opposites bring balance nothing is considered good or bad: anything can be medicine or poison – it depends on our relationship to it (quality), how often we engage it (frequency), and how much we consume (quantity). As we study the gunas, elements, and doshas, we learn how to be