Feeling a little anxious about that meeting? Noticing your stress levels rising just thinking about the presentation you have to give? When thoughts begin to overcrowd your mind and you feel yourself begin to worry or feel physical symptoms of anxiety, try turning to yoga for some relief.
An at-home yoga practice is a great way of incorporating yoga into your daily life without having to schedule an entire morning or afternoon trying to get to a class. If you live in a small town, or a rural area, it can be especially hard to keep the yoga
Yoga is our go to stress relief tool. We’ve put together 5 yoga poses to help reduce stress in your life. Did you know? Stress is natural response in our body and can have either a positive or negative impact on our wellbeing. For many of us today, we are
Get to know one of yoga’s most captivating teachers. Constantly learning and immersed in his craft, Josh is the perfect mix of the old world and new world yoga movement. We were thrilled to catch him before he leaped off on his trip to Wanderlust New Zealand to chat with
Benita Grimaldi the heart behind the Salute The Sun festival shares with us the story behind her amazing community festival, the future and why it’s extremely important to have a happy body.
In recent times I’m witnessing a shift at yoga studio’s. Where the physical benefits were the catalyst to start a yoga practice, people are now showing up in search of a deeper connection.
Spring is a season of renewal, of new life and new beginnings. Tailoring your at-home yoga practice to align with the current season is a great way of reconnecting with the natural rhythms and cycles of nature, and also to use the season to your spiritual advantage. We spring clean
I was looking through YouTube and came across Alex Ikonn’s channel, and this video in particular had me thinking about creativity and yoga. Yoga and meditation do wonders to boost our mood, cognitive function and creative expression.
Yoga teaches us to cure what need not be endured and endure what cannot be cured. B.K.S Iyengar – Yoga Guru How does Yoga provide healing? By uniting the soul, the heart, the mind and body through the power of movement, flow of breath and clearing our cluttered heads.