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Yogis need to feel cool, calm and comfortable, especially when practicing yoga on hot summer days. Too much summer warmth can aggravate the pitta dosha and create agitation, irritation, and… Read More→
The sounds of crickets, frogs, and thunderstorms signal summer’s approach. In this month’s list of new yoga music, we share similar contrasts of relaxed, soft, and nurturing music punctuated with… Read More→
All thoughts are not created equal—positive and negative thoughts vary in both their number and psychological effect. The vast majority (up to 80%) of our thoughts are negative, which equates… Read More→
In this month’s link roundup of yoga news, we’ve compiled the latest campaigns, trials, and trends in the yoga world.Our Sponsors MyYogaWorks950+ online yoga classes streaming to your laptop, phone… Read More→
Ambient and quiet compositions predominate in this month’s collection of music for yoga—hopefully, you will find these slow and spacious sounds grounding and balancing the expansive energy of springtime. In… Read More→
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The meaning of our self is not to be found in its separateness from God and others, but in the ceaseless realisation of yoga, of union; not on the side of the canvas where it is blank, but on the side where the picture is being painted.