The practice of gratitude can transform your everyday life. Rather than coveting what we don’t have, we find a refreshed appreciation for what we already own.
As we practice satya (truthfulness) on our yoga mat, that means opening ourselves to the truth . . . and un-deceiving ourselves of beliefs that may be doing us harm.
When you’re living in a pandemic, your choices impact others in a real and permanent way. As a person with Cystic Fibrosis (CF), my health and well-being depends on others consistently choosing kindness over fear.
The Yamas and Niyamas are conscious choices that we make in our daily lives and in our interactions with others, as we choose to offer love to all creatures and to the earth itself.
The chakras can help us understand the physical and emotional messages we receive from our bodies, from our fundamental physiological needs to our creative needs that open the full-flower of our human potential.
Yoga nidra quite literally translates to “yogic sleep.” It is a form of meditation where you are guided into a state of deep relaxation while remaining completely awake and aware. Yoga nidra can be practiced for countless reasons: to deeply relax the body and mind; process trauma; promote physical healing; balance emotions such as anxiety, fear, anger, grief, sadness; or simply as a method to relax and slow the mind.