Monthly Archives: January, 2014

Heart Activating Meditation

Before beginning, you may want to set a timer so that you can easily drop into a meditative state without concern for time.  Practice this meditation as long as you like, maybe 10-20 minutes.  (If you’re new to meditation, even a minute or two is a great start!  Practice consistently and increase the time at …

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Competition in Heated Yoga Can Lead to Injury

“Most types of exercise are competitive. Yoga, although noncompetitive, is nevertheless challenging. The challenge is to one’s own willpower. It is a competition between one’s self and one’s body” (B.K.S. Iyengar).* Yoga is not a competitive sport.  OK, some may argue that yes, it is – there are yoga championships.  And absolutely we can be …

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The Sound of Dolphins ~ Virtual Audio Therapy for Meditation

Peace!

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Easy Daily Ayurveda for Optimal Health

Ayurveda is an ancient Indian natural health system, often referred to as Yoga’s sister science.  It involves various daily practices and dietary guidelines, according to an individual’s constitution, to achieve and maintain one’s ultimate health and well being.  In future posts I may delve deeper into ayurvedic principles, but for today I am offering a …

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