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A Day of Detox by Jordanya
August 30, 2019

Occasionally our bodies just need a reset. These recipes (three to make up meals for one day total) are super simple…

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Tapas by Victoria Rivera
August 27, 2019

tapaḥsvādhyāyeśvarapraṇidhānāni Austerity, self-study, and dedication to Isvara are kriya-yoga. Tapas is one of the governing principles of spiritual growth, the niyamas….

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Acai bowls by Victoria Rivera
August 25, 2019

These bowls are my favorite healthy meal and can be served any time of day. Get ready to be shocked at…

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Child’s Pose by Jeri
August 19, 2019

Child’s pose, aptly named because the shape of a baby with the spine curved like a fetus is created, is a…

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Setting an Intention for your Practice: Breath by Jordanya
August 11, 2019

Breath is the thread that connects us all. Breath carries rejuvenating life force (prana) into our body, then releases toxins and…

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Reset Your Day by Victoria Rivera
August 1, 2019

Most of the readers on this blog will know by experience how great a yoga practice can feel to the mind…

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Almond Butter and “Jelly” Oat Bars by Jordanya
July 29, 2019

These oat bars are great to make in advance for healthy on-the-go snacks. It’s reminiscent of peanut butter and jelly, though…

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Parivrtta Janu Sirsasana or Revolved Head-to-Knee Pose by Victoria Rivera
July 27, 2019

Parivrtta Janu Sirsasana, also known as Revolved Head-to-Knee Pose is quite a dynamic asana, which may be why I love…

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Santosha by Tammy
July 17, 2019

¨As a result of contentment, one gains supreme happiness.¨ -Yoga Sutras The second niyama is santosha, or contentment. As with any…

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Setting an Intention for Your Practice: What Does it Even Mean? by Jordanya
July 10, 2019

I think it’s fair to assume that we’ve all been to a yoga class where the teacher has prompted us to…

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