Have you ever taken a yoga class where you felt you were in a foreign speaking country even though you were not? One of the most common characteristics of modern day yoga teachers is the … Continue reading Sanskrit, Misery & Bliss
Full moons and new moons have historically been sources of great creative energy and inspiration for every culture. The Vedic system is a prime example. They actually seem to celebrate every aspect of every moon … Continue reading Spartan Mind Strength Wishes You Happy Guru Purnima!
One of Ayurveda’s most important tissues, is the Meda Dhatu. Dhatu is the Sanskrit word for tissue and Meda means fat, as in our adipose tissue. Adipose tissue is the part of our body that … Continue reading Raja Ayurveda Asks: How Often Do You Eat?
Ayurveda For The Mind 100-hr Immersion Training On the island of Aegina, Greece Monday, February 18 – Wednesday, February 27, 2019 Who is this course for? All current Yoga Teachers, Fitness Professionals, Wellness Coaches and … Continue reading Ayurveda For The Mind – Aegina, Greece – 100-hr Immersion Training
It was hard for us to find a picture of a group class performing Child’s Pose, so Tim had to do it. 🙂 Why I Hate Child's Pose – Long Version from Tim And Vie … Continue reading Why I Hate Child’s Pose