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How to reduce screen time – The Power of Off

oftenNichi explores reducing screen time in a blog post inspired by the book “The Power of Off” by Nancy Collier Why should we reduce screen time? The average person now looks at their phone [...]

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What is Yoga?

One of our new Teacher training students, Sally, writes about the roots of Yoga and what it is to her. This is always the first piece of homework that we set at the beginning of teacher training [...]

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Eat Pray Love

A while ago I found myself exhausted and stressed out to the max; I’d burned out. That’s a whole other blog, but suffice to say I had to take extended leave from work and found myself with a lot [...]

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Yoga- For Health, Longevity and Peace

Interview with A.G.Mohan from thehindu.com about his practice and study with the Godfather of modern yoga, Krishnamacharya; Engineer-turned A.G. Mohan and his wife Indra have dedicated themselves [...]

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Take A Deep Breath: A Meditation For The Holidays

With the holiday season in full force, many of us will be both excited and stressed: the list of holiday to-do’s can overwhelm us. Follow these simple steps to decrease holiday stress. [...]

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Seasonal Mindfulness: Getting to Grips with Winter

Winter can be long; the nights are dark and we are often subjected to dank, drizzly days. But over the past few years, my attitude towards winter has gradually begun to change… [...]

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Showing Up In The Moment

Meditation: The objective is to show up. The goal is to eliminate the need for a goal. Showing Up In The Moment – by Emerson Dameron [...]

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Padmasana: Sitting for Meditation

The basic goal of all the asana practice is finding and maintaining a comfortable padmasana (lotus pose) for meditation. There are a few key anatomical components and principles to finding this [...]

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Dhyana (Meditative Absorption): The Seventh Limb of Patanjali’s Eight Limbs of Yoga

The actual practice of meditation is definitely not something we can actively ‘do’, rather it describes the spontaneous action of something that happens as a result of everything else [...]

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The Benefits of Mindful Breathing: 4 Reasons to Breathe Better

In part three of this three-part series on The Science of Breathing, discover a few of the ways focusing on the breath in yoga—and in everyday life—can improve your overall well-being.   [...]

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