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Creating order in the disorder of life

Harnessing the drive and discipline needed to achieve our goals.  In continuing our journey through the social and personal code of ethics from Yoga philosophy...

The science of being positive

There's growing evidence that a positive outlook and feelings of thankfulness, also referred to as gratefulness, can have a beneficial effect on the brain and...

How to curb your anxiety

The feeling of excessive worry, negative thoughts, and fear are all common in people. But too much of these kinds of thoughts could be...

Food Addiction and the Brain

Food addiction can be a normal response to too much stress. Doesn’t matter. There are ways to get your life – and eating habits...

5 Pillars of Mindful Living

In these chaotic times it’s natural to seek a sense of calm. Learning to stay more in the present moment can help. Living in the...

The healing power of touch

Healing touch can ease the torment of pain, improving the body’s own healing response. Even the terminally ill can benefit. SUFFERERS of chronic pain rightfully...

Exercise your mind too

In the West, we think of yoga as a workout for the body. From Hot or Power to Yin or Restorative, the focus is...

5 ways to boost your brain health according to science

As we move into our 50’s, we want to stay smart as well as fit. Keeping your brain healthy is just as important as...

Touch Deprivation: The Why Behind Your Unexplained Sadness

The skin is the largest organ in the body. It has millions of touch receptors that send signals to the brain each time you...

Saucha and the art of purification

Saucha is the first of the Niyamas, the personal code of ethics from Yoga Philosophy. The Niyamas introduce us to ways of practicing Yoga off...
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