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Change is a constant and yoga teaches us how to navigate and understand it through the power of self reflection in practice. And understanding the guna activity....

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Yoga For Sleep - Rest and Digest. A short practice to encourage relaxation....

Wind. Movement. Dry. Mobile. Cool. Light. Subtle. These are all the qualities of the Vata principle according to Yoga and Ayurveda. We are currently in the midst of Autumn (the season where Vata dominates) so it is a worthwhile time to stop and notice the rising...

As we move forward finding our faith and shifting away from fear is what we need most for our minds....

The Gunas affect our every thought and action. Understanding them can lead to greater stability and happiness....

What is meditation? At its essence it is a space of reflection around external life and a special listening 'within'. We embark on meditation via the instrument of the mind. Yet by the nature of thought, we are using the mind to reflect on itself!!...

The path of yoga is never a straight line. Most of the time it’s more like a winding road with some stop signs, the occasional traffic light and at it’s most liberating – a freeway that flows with ease. Our bodies are finely tuned mechanisms...

Starting something new is always daunting. Will I be good at it? How will I feel? What happens if I can’t do it? None of these questions are actually important when it comes to starting yoga. Read on to find out why… Has your perception of yoga come...

Atha (pronounced ah-ta) implies ‘attention’. The first word of the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali explains so much about the practice we are moving into each time we come onto the mat. Like all of the words of the Yoga Sutras, it is not placed randomly. It implies...

How often do you sit with your mind and just watch it, notice it? How well do you know your own tendencies, patterns, and habitual ways of thinking or acting? Thousands of years ago when Yoga was first conceived and practiced the ancients realized that an...