Roasted Acorn Squash

As fall approaches, acorn squash (along with its cousins butternut and delicata) arrives in the produce department of your local grocery store.  Baked acorn squash with its golden interior and bright green skin is a delicious fall treat, warming, grounding and comforting for a chilly day.  This easy to digest squash is loaded with fiber, and …

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Nadi Shodhana: A Breathing Practice to Calm, Soothe, and Relax

Have you ever regretted getting angry at someone to the point of self-detriment? Have you regretted writing that angry letter or saying something unpleasant that caused hurt and ruined a relationship? Chances are you are nodding right now. But what if our schools or the environment we grew up in taught us to do better? …

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Sudarshan Kriya Yoga (SKY)

There is an epidemic that the world—particularly the US—is grappling with, and it is not COVID-19.  America’s infrastructure to handle a mental-health crisis was already being questioned when COVID-19 struck. The pandemic is the straw that has broken the proverbial camel’s back, with institutions struggling to meet the ubiquity of mental illnesses. According to the …

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