Posted by admin on February 10, 2019

Category: Blogs, Uncategorized
Sciatica occurs when there is some type of damage to a particular nerve in the back of the leg—the sciatic nerve. This nerve controls many muscles, from the sole of your foot up to the back of your thigh. Sciatica can arise from an underlying health condition such as degenerative disc disease, pelvic injury or a slipped disk, or as in case of students practicing yoga – overexertion. Sciatica pain can feel different to different

February 2019 Yoga eNews

Posted by admin on January 27, 2019

February – Month of Love & Romance February is known as the month of love. A time to celebrate the most powerful source in the world – LOVE. Prema is a Sanskrit word for Love, capital L. It is Love from, through, and of the Divine. It is the heart wisdom, fierce grace, compassionate and courageous backbone of a Love that is Universal rather than dualistic. All beings are worthy of and have access to

January 2019 Yoga eNews

Posted by admin on December 29, 2018

START 2019 NEW YEAR WITH A SIMPLE RESOLUTION: DO MORE YOGA Give your New Year’s resolutions a yogic twist. Set an intention and infuse the new year with positive change. Did you know that over 45% of Americans make serious New Year’s resolutions each year? And, among the top ten New Year’s resolutions for 2019 were: establishing a healthier lifestyle, learning something new, being a nicer human, getting more sleep, and making new friends. The

December Yoga eNews

Posted by admin on November 27, 2018

Self Care During Holiday Season There’s no escaping — it’s the season for stress! Whether you love them or dread them, the holidays tax our bodies and our minds. Spending hours on your feet shopping and cooking, the constant temptation to overeat and drink, navigating the holiday social scene — they all take their toll. The holidays require a great deal of physical and mental energy to handle these seasonal demands of cooking for and