By understanding and working with your dosha, you can help facilitate the mind’s dialogue with the body and reawaken your body’s natural intelligence system
Fall is officially here, and with it, lazy beach days and easy routines give way to warm layers and hot coffee. The transition can throw us off balance and here is where Ayurveda comes in.
Summer is a time for adventure and exploration but getting grounded is also an essential part of staying mindful. From waking to working, here’s what I’ve been doing these summer mornings to get present and stay grounded.
I find that the more time I spend in nature and in tune with the rhythms and cycles of the natural world, the easier it becomes to stay mindful and remain present from moment to moment. What better way embrace all that nature has to offer than by sleeping under the stars?
This calming yoga flow is perfect to end your day, placing the focus on inward awareness and gentle stretching. Stretch, connect and soothe your body and mind with this quick, meditative practice.
As William Shakespeare said “the earth has music for those who listen. Here are some easy ways to get outside and let the sights, smells and sounds of nature soothe your soul.
How different would our lives be if we cultivated mindfulness? If we allowed ourselves to fully present in every experience? Here are five simple mindfulness practices to help you cultivate awareness in your everyday life and remain rooted in the present moment.
A sun salutation is a sequence of yoga poses to calm, energize and align. Each posture works to integrate your body and mind, stretch your major muscle groups, align your spine and boost your circulation.
If we don’t reevaluate our plastic consumption, by 2050 the oceans will contain more plastic than fish and from colossal swirls of debris in the ocean to plastic washing up on remote beaches, we can already see this happening. Here are five tips to help you cut your use.
The winter blues are a feeling that can occur when temperatures drop, going out becomes a chore and the combination of a lack of sunlight and cold weather leave us feeling lethargic and drained. These self-care practices will help lift your spirits.