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Yoga and Running

To me running and yoga are inseparable. Both connected with a common thread. The breath. The first thing I bring to my yoga practice is the breath. Soothing, calming and centering. It prepares [...]

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We need to talk about Resilience

It’s time we had a chat. No one likes to think about it, but once it’s out in the open, well…we can all move on and start feeling a bit better about ourselves. Let’s talk about ‘Resilience’. It’s [...]

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Breathing for Life: The Mind-Body Healing Benefits of Pranayama

“For breath is life, and if you breathe well you will live long on earth.” ~Sanskrit proverb   [...]

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20 Reasons You Can’t Do Yoga… And Why None of Them Are True

https://yogainternational.com/article/view/20-reasons-you-cant-do-yoga-and-why-none-of-them-are-true – by Amber Burke There are almost as many great reasons to do yoga as there are yoga [...]

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Alignment in Yoga: Does it Matter?

Iyengar said: “We practice asana in order to create an environment of quiet and ease in the body, so that the mind can also dwell in quiet and ease.” Aligning the body so that every part is [...]

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The Power of Positive Thinking…is a Myth

Set aside the self-improvement books and forced positive thinking, and focus on understanding your mind and how to overcome the problems it creates. [...]

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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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Mindfulness: How to Free Yourself from Your Personal Stories

An effective mindfulness practice for working with self-stories so you don’t get so caught up in yourself that you miss the irreplaceable moments happening right in front of you. [...]

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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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Action, Inspiration, Resolution

Gregg Krech discusses the art of taking action and getting things done, from the perspective of Japanese Psychology By Gregg Krech http://www.ekhartyoga.com/blog/action-inspiration-and-resolution [...]

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