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The 5 Natural Elements of Yoga

By Rose S. / November 22, 2021

Balance these 5 natural elements through your yoga practice to improve your health, happiness, and overall well-being… You’re probably aware of the concept of describing natural phenomena as “elements.” Everything from traditional Chinese medicine to Feng Shui refers to elements in some form or another – most commonly, air, fire, water, and earth. Some traditions […]

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What’s Your Dosha? A Quick Look at Ayurvedic Body Types

By Rose S. / November 1, 2021

Feeling a little out of sorts? Your dosha may be out of balance. Here are a few tips for identifying your energetic body type and balancing your systems for better health… If you’re not familiar with Ayurveda, it is an ancient system of Eastern holistic health and wellness that is sometimes considered the “sister discipline” […]

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[Weekly Workout] 40-Minute Vata-Balancing Yoga Flow

By Rose S. / October 20, 2021

Balance your Vata energy & welcome the change of seasons with this 40-minute grounding yoga flow! Autumn is the season of change, which may bring about some imbalances for our bodies and minds. The Ayurvedic tradition teaches us that fall is the season of Vata – cool, dry, airy, and mobile. To avoid becoming “overly […]

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5 Vata Yoga Poses for Autumn

By Rose S. / October 18, 2021

Stay grounded during the seasonal change with these 5 Vata yoga poses… As the seasons change, so do our energies – at least according to the Ayurvedic tradition. Fall is commonly associated with the Vata dosha, which is represented by space, air, dryness, coldness, lightness, and movement. As the summer heat gives way to the […]

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12 Yoga Poses for Keeping Your Cool This Summer

By Rose S. / July 6, 2020

Feeling flustered by the summer heat? Keep your cool with this sequence of cooling yoga poses! Summer has arrived and it’s HOT out there! If you find yourself feeling hot, sticky, irritable, and generally uncomfortable in the summer weather, you’re not alone. According Ayurvedic traditions, they would say your Pitta dosha is being overstimulated by […]

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