Come explore the lifestyle of a yoga practitioner! Discover foods and recipes that support a calm and peaceful yogic life. Learn about the science of Ayurveda to strengthen and heal your body, mind and heart. Check out our seasonal yoga and diet guides to stay healthy and balanced in all four seasons.
Do you eat the same way all year round or adapt what you eat seasonally? According to Ayurveda—traditional Hindu principles designed to help us maintain mind-body balance through diet, herbs,… Read More→
Rajas is one of the gunas—the three basic energetic constituents of the cosmos. The gunas are in a constant flux and they affect everything around us—energy, matter, and consciousness. Rajas… Read More→
Tamas is one of the three gunas—the main energetic constituents of the cosmos. The gunas are in a constant flux and they affect everything around us—energy, matter, and consciousness. Tamas… Read More→
Protein is essential for the support of lean muscle mass, immune function, energy levels, weight control and is the basis for all enzyme activity for basic body maintenance and detoxification…. Read More→
Ingredients: 1 lb unsalted butter Directions: Start with good organic, unsalted butter—cheaper brands often contain more water, yielding less ghee. Other tips: Use a heavy-bottomed saucepan, deep enough to allow… Read More→
“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” This quote is from Hippocrates, but it certainly applies to ghee, an ingredient in many traditional Indian recipes. According to Ayurveda,… Read More→
To get the most out of our site, we suggest you take some time to explore before jumping into the practice. Browse our yoga 101 section for general info on the history and types of yoga, then start exploring asanas the physical postures used in hatha yoga. Remember to breathe and always start your yoga practice with a brief meditation. If you are new to yoga, please read our Yoga for Beginner’s page
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.