Yoga Poses To Ease That Time of the Month
When that time of the month comes along, some deal with heavier symptoms than others. Cramping, irritability, food cravings, fatigue, mood swings and too much more are a few included symptoms that seem to escalate during this time period.
What is the Meaning of Namaste?
It’s easy to think you already know the answer to this question. Namaste is the most common word used amongst us Yogis as we move within our practice. However, understanding where the word originated and why it’s used can help you get a clear picture of the spiritual connection the word is meant for.
A Great Way to Release Tension Through Your Pressure Points
Some weeks are longer than others, and the stress produced during those weeks can accumulate and secure tension in different parts of the body. Overtime, those spots of tension can become knots, which may overtime need a professional to undo and heal. Release that tension and reduce your stress levels yourself. Try practicing applied pressure to the trigger points on the body to avoid built up tension.
Safely Practice Yoga on the Beach
Have an itch to practice yoga on the beach? Many adore listening to the sound of the waves and feeling the sand beneath their feet. But before taking your practice to that rough textured surface, indulge yourself in these safety tips:
Why Meditating Outdoors Makes a Difference
Meditation provides an escape for your mind to take a break from those constant thoughts, and shift its focus to your body and its surroundings. Turns out, those surroundings are important in relation to the kind of results you receive.
What’s the Deal with Marmite?
There has been secluded knowledge behind the health benefits of the American-banned product, Marmite. Made from the byproduct of beer production (brewer’s yeast), this British salty-flavored spread contains amazing insight behind brain science.
Ashtanga Yoga Workshop with Michelle Dorer
Richmond City Yoga Studio | Richmond, VA
April 7th-9th, 2017
A couple days ago, I attended Stephanie Waddell Roeder’s yoga barre class at a studio in Richmond, VA called Yoga Source. For those of you who haven’t heard of yoga barre, it’s a great workout combining the practice of yoga with the ballet-inspired exercises of barre. You can read more about it at https://www.yogaaccessories.com/blog.asp.
Taking the phrase “go with your gut” to a new level, your reactions and state of being depend upon your gut more than thought of.
Thai yoga massage is similar to yoga therapy: one-on-one with a masseuse, you remain passive while receiving active rhythmic pressure influenced by acupressure points and the blockage of prana.