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How Meditation Can Improve Your Life

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Navigating the New World by Viriam Kaur

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Navigating the New World
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Yoga For Arthritis

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It’s National Arthritis Week, and we know that Arthritis can have a significant impact on people’s mental health and wellbeing, as well as physical symptoms such as joint damage and pain. 

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Why learning Sanskrit will greatly impact your Yoga practice as student and teacher

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By Laurien Zurhake

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April Workshops

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We have some exciting workshops coming your way this April

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Ayurveda and Yoga for Spring

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Spring has finally arrived and we have the perfect workshop to help you reset and renew your yoga practice!

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Yoga Nidra For Sleep

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Did you know that Yoga Nidra can help you sleep?

This World Sleep Day,  Viriam Kaur wanted to share more on yoga nidra and how profoundly beneficial it can be for your sleep and overall wellbeing.

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Yoga Philosophy in Action with Alexandria Crow

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Want to know more about the philosophy of yoga and how you can implement it into your practice? Look no further!

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Why We Chant – Meditations and Mantras

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 Chanting Mantras

Mantra practice is a central aspect of traditional Yoga. The foundational, primary sounds are called seed vibrations in the most ancient Indian language of Sanskrit. In the Hindu and related Dharmic traditions that use mantra meditation as a regular part of yoga practice, there is a mantra for everything; for every illness, disease and every challenge. We don’t have to understand the words of the mantra and we don’t have to have a good singing voice to practice mantras. It’s not about singing in the usual sense, but rather the vibration of the sounds. By enunciating the Sanskrit words and vibrating a certain combination of sounds, the tongue taps certain points along the roof of our mouths, much like acupressure points, sending signals to the hypothalamus in the brain.

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February Workshops

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Check out the latest offerings from our online yoga studio this February!

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