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Gratitude is a simple, yet powerful, form of mindfulness that deepens our connection to the beautiful people, places, events, and things in our world. Fostering and expressing thankfulness can also… Read More→
The practice of gratitude has deep roots in yoga, with even the earliest yogic texts—like Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, compiled prior to 400 CE—encouraging positive emotion practices as a way to… Read More→
In this month’s roundup, you’ll find practical ways to maintain a balanced yoga practice throughout the fall. You’ll learn how long to practice, how to counteract fall’s coolness and windiness… Read More→
The tradition of yoga holds great depth and diversity, providing us with endless opportunities to explore and grow. While improving strength and flexibility are two obvious places to focus in… Read More→
October’s roundup of free yoga videos includes six unique practices to match just about any kind of energy. Whether you need help addressing something that’s bothering you mentally or physically, are… Read More→
September serves as the transition between summer and autumn, helping us shift naturally from an expansive, radiant energy to a more internal expression of gratitude and appreciation. It’s the time… Read More→
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At each moment you choose the intentions that will shape your experiences and those things upon which you will focus your attention. If you choose consciously, you evolve consciously.