“Gravity is the river we never step out of.”
by Chris Hayden
From the very beginning of our lives, and of life on Earth, gravity has played a powerful role in shaping us. Leaving our aquatic homes for dry land, then making the leap to standing upright, we contended against this unseen current. Having long learned [...]
If agni is healthy, you have tremendous
energy throughout the day.
by Nora Isaacs
It’s early morning, and the nutty aroma of hot cereal wafts through Ayurvedic doctor David Frawley’s kitchen in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where he’s director of the American Institute of Vedic Studies. He drinks a cup of soothing chai, then enjoys a traditional Indian [...]
by Sandra Helpsmeet
The name Alignment Yoga refers to aligning with the natural forces of grounding, healing, growth, and evolution.
Scott Anderson developed Alignment Yoga after many years of studying other styles of yoga, including Iyengar and Ashtanga, and realizing that asana and pranayama practice are based on what Indian bodies need and are capable of, [...]
So when you think of Yoga, I will bet that most of you think that it is a class run by women for women. Not true. In fact, when yoga was new, millennia ago, only men practiced it. Krishnamacharya, known as the founder of modern yoga, bridged cultural, religious, and class differences when he taught [...]
Eden Yoga Studio
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Instructor Christy Moravitz
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Intro to Yoga: Mondays, 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Shine! Morning Yoga: Wednesdays, 6:30-7:30 a.m.
Flow! Moving Yoga: Thursdays, 5:40-6:40 p.m.
Barefoot! Kids Yoga: Thursday, 5-5:30 [...]
Yoga has been practiced for more than 4 millennia and could be up to 8,000 years old. However, until T. Krishnamacharya began studying and teaching it, it was mainly practiced by small groups of estranged men who were removed from society. Krishnamacharya is considered the father of modern yoga and the person who brought revived [...]
by Sandra Helpsmeet
To say that Yoga is a popular subject in our current culture is an understatement. We see and hear about Yoga in health — even medical — contexts, in the world of fitness, in conversations about stress reduction, in spiritual circles, and in written or visual glimpses into the life of our culture’s [...]
by Mitch Hell
One of the biggest goals people want to achieve is to see a flat stomach and abdominal definition. Let me give you some tips to actually make that happen. Remember, you have the power to change where you are tomorrow by the decisions you make today. So make good ones! The most important [...]
by Lori Heck, NASM-CPT & Owner ASPIRE Personal Training
It’s finally here, spring has arrived. Sun soaked days, grills blazing, cold drinks served, picnics enjoyed; the good life has returned.
The early summer months have us all booked with additional activities (parties, end of school events, get-a-ways), and all those plans come with food. It also leads [...]
The size of the asparagus doesn’t necessarily mean better quality or flavor; it just means the stalk has more growing time than others and is more mature. Look for bright green or violet stalks that are firm. When gently squeezed, it should squeak slightly.
Trim the bottoms of the stalks and wrap them in a wet [...]