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Three Lessons I Learned from MALA OF THE HEART: 108 SACRED POEMS

Take these three lessons from the wonderful book by Ravi Nathwani and Kate Vogt.

Turn Up the Power in Downward Facing Dog

Perhaps the most iconic of all asana, downward facing dog is often the first pose people think of in association with yoga. It is common to move through downward facing

Doga – Yoga with your Dog

“Happiness is a warm puppy.” ~Charles M. Schulz Dogs are pack animals and love spending time with their owners. A Doga class is a natural match for both pets and

Is Your Healthy Food More Hype than Health?

You order a sandwich on whole wheat bread with turkey, Applewood-smoked bacon, tomatoes and avocado. It looks delicious. It tastes delicious. And you savor every crumb, confident that you’ve just

Lessons on Emotions and Parenting from “Inside Out”

In today’s world, most parenting advice ignores the world of emotion entirely. It focuses on how to correct misbehavior whilst disregarding the feelings that underlie and cause the misbehavior. Regardless

Goji Berries: Put the Super In Super Food

If there is one berry that you should be eating (though all berries should be a part of your diet!) it’s the goji berry. Both a berry and an herb,

How to do Yoga at Work!

Yoga isn’t always about downward dog, or arm balances or fancy tricks like you see on Instagram. Life will never call on you to be able to do a full

6 Tips For Surviving the Emotional Dark Age

Body, mind and soul, this triad has long been considered the pillars of a complete life. But what if we got it wrong? When we think of soul, most of

The Seven People You Don’t Want to Meet in a Yoga Class (Humor)

The majority of yogis are kind, considerate, grateful, and gentle people. However, there are some who are insensitive, inconsiderate and can actually be infuriating. Here are the seven people you

Skin Food: Ayurvedic Diet for Beautiful Skin

What does it mean to be beautiful? How does one achieve that aura of well-being, that radiant glow? We all want to possess these intangible qualities. The ancient tradition of