I love yoga and my guess is you probably like it, too, if you are reading this :)!
Ever feel like you need another two hours of sleep after your alarm goes off? Or can barely keep your eyes open during a work meeting? Energy is a precious substance. Everyone craves more of it. Supplement companies work hard to satisfy the ever growing demand for energy-increasing powders and pills, while people just seem to keep getting more tired.
A few weeks ago I was fortunate enough to participate in TED Talent Search NYC final talks. It was an amazing night! Lots of inspirational stories, talented people, and unforgettable moments. I wrote about my favorite talks here.
In the Western world most yoga students and yoga teachers practice in the yoga studios. Very few people, actually I know 3, maintain their own yoga practice at home.
Today’s article made me blush when I first read it. Anne is very generous with words! She reminds up that everything changes and it is up to us to fight it or to adapt to it. Yoga helps to adapt and to understand. Join Anne as she shares her journey of self-exploration and yoga!
Summer is here. The time of year with the longest daylight hours and a bright sun that is heating up everything and everyone. When overheated, we tend to become more competitive, self-critical, and agitated. Ayurveda offers advice on the ways to adapt yoga practice in the summer to alleviate this imbalance by adding Pitta balancing asanas. Ayurveda is a sister science of yoga and they work wonderfully together. These asanas prevent these symptoms, as well as hyperacidity, heart burn, skin rashes, and digestion issues.
It seems, lately, that everyone is into yoga! Celebrities including Madonna, Sting, Jessica Biel, Reese Witherspoon, and even Colin Farrell – are doing yoga.
As some of you might know, Anne is one of my good friends and a participant of a 40 Day Journey to Bliss. Anne is a writer at heart and wrote her first hugely successful piece Discovering The Essence of Yoga on Spinach and Yoga a few weeks ago. The article got almost 200 likes! Thank you for commenting and ‘liking’!
Let’s be truthful, us girls, we are pretty emotional. When emotions take over, especially anxiety, worry, and stress, a few of us turn to food for some grounding and reward.
Anne is an incredible person, a devoted yogi, and one of the brave women participating in the 40 Day Journey to Bliss Program. Anne is a writer at heart but haven’t had a chance to share her passion with the world yet. Overcoming the fear of being ignored, dismissed, or criticized, that we all have, she took a leap of faith and wrote this.