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It all started with a hashtag—yogis started tagging their wintery yoga shots on Instagram using #snowga. Since then the trend has taken off with several companies offering outside yoga classes… Read More→
While prostate cancer is very treatable, men undergoing treatment have a long road of chemotherapy, radiation and possible surgery ahead of them. Not to mention the side effects like fatigue,… Read More→
While yoga classes nowadays are filled with language about giving, having compassion and being kind, generosity and practicing yoga have gone steady for thousands of years. Dãna, a Sanskrit word that… Read More→
With Thanksgiving approaching, gratitude tends to be passed around the table. While gratitude goes hand-in-hand with yogic principles, there are always more ways we can apply it into our daily… Read More→
In a world of tight deadlines, strict break times, and countless responsibilities, more and more people are realizing that their biggest limitation when it comes to yoga isn’t asana—it’s time… Read More→
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