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Meditation 101: The Body Scan

If you listen carefully, you’ll hear your body speaking the language of your emotions. All the aches, pains, stress, and fatigue—as well as the lightness, flexibility, and enthusiasm—are the ways your body is expressing them. There are immense preventive benefits in exploring this body-emotion connection and really listening to our bodies. One of the powerful …

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Yoga for Your Eyes

One of the most overlooked body parts that yoga benefits is the organs of sight—our eyes. Just as yoga can be practiced specifically to address lower back pain and neck stiffness, it can also be practiced to address issues related to the eyes. Eye yoga improves the vision and helps to overcome various eye-related problems, …

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Spring into Kapha

Ayurveda classifies six seasons (ritus)-spring, summer, monsoon, autumn, pre-winter, and winter. Here, in the West, we are predominantly concerned with four of those six seasons-spring, summer, autumn, and winter. Vasant is the Sanskrit word given for spring. Spring is a time of year when it tends to rain more and the winter snow melts. The …

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Yamas Niyamas

How to Live in Harmony with Yourself and the World Around You

Practicing yoga is much more than the postures. Learning to integrate the full “on and off the mat” practice including observing the five yamas and niyamas—yoga’s guide on social and personal ethics—in your daily life can transform you and your yoga practice. Our thoughts, actions, decisions, interactions with others, our daily routines, our surroundings, everything …

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