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Lesleigh Guinn, RYT 200 By Lesleigh Guinn, RYT 200 Arikshitah; अरिक्स्हितह्e means “Unprotected or Vulnerable”, in Sanskrit. There’s a whole slew of asanas (poses) that can evoke the feeling of vulnerability. Standing backbends tend to make people uneasy, understandably. You’re essentially doing a trust fall with yourself. Frog, pigeon, dragon (just to name a few), they tend to … Read more
5 Tips to Maintaining your Sense of Calm The holiday season is a crazy time, one when personal time and health don’t always come first. Spending time with family, dealing with a crazy travel schedule, and gorging on holiday goodies are often part of the holidays. But a lot of people also find that stress … Read more
Meditation works. From being a renowned spiritual exercise of eastern religions to being a secret mind conditioning tool used in both the military and corporate leadership, meditation has bee used in different cultures and settings. Countless scientific studies have already shown that its positive mental and physiological effects and we’re making a short-list of the … Read more
For those of you that know me, ya’ll know I don’t cuss on the regular. After all, my father always told his girls (there are 4 of us) that his girls were, “too smart and too pretty” to say words like that. Instead, he offered the suggestion of telling someone to go eat Bovine Excrement … Read more
By Kristy Dusevic CHC Everyone seems to meditate these days, from the rich and famous to the everyday “Joe.” If you’re not familiar with meditation, you may be thinking it is that thing that the Buddhist Monks do, you know, where they sit for hours in silence or chant who knows what? Well, the answer … Read more