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Gratitude is a powerful emotion that can have a profound effect on our lives. When we feel grateful, we are acknowledging the good things in our lives and recognizing that we are fortunate. This attitude of gratitude can lead to increased happiness, improved health, and greater success.
In this meditation, we're going to focus on cultivating gratitude and creating a healthier attitude.
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Triangle is a foundational standing asana found in many styles of yoga.
There are a few key benefits to triangle pose, that make it this worth incorporating in your practice.
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Do you know what yoga poses you need to practice? Do you know how your practice has grown over time? Do you have a deep understanding of how your daily practice has helped you grow? Get clear by using a yoga journal.
Journaling your daily yoga practice is a great way to tap into your intuition, track your progress, and grow as a yogi.
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We are living through some stressful and chaotic times, but you don't have to suffer through it. You can find peace through a home meditation practice.
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Embracing the vegan lifestyle means you’re going to cook a lot more. And, you’re going to need some fresh herbs.
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Whether you’re new to yoga or need a refresher, these Spotlight episodes are for you. Today I am shining a spotlight on Tadasana, a key foundational pose that is essential to understand.
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If you’re anything like basically anyone I’ve talked to lately, you’re feeling perpetually stressed. Your body is in a state of stress and fear. But it doesn’t have to be. Yoga can help.
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