Posts tagged yoga
Self Care Sundays: Give Yourself The Gift Of Yoga

It is easy for us to make excuses and come up with reasons why we can’t make time for ourselves. I’ve talked about how I've let life get away from me at times and as a result let my hectic schedule interfere with necessary practices of self love. I know this to be a problem that most of us struggle with due to our hectic lives and overflowing schedules. Recently, I posted about a challenge I proposed to myself as well as all of you to cultivate a more regular yoga practice.

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Art Of Attention Yoga Challenge

There was a point in time when yoga was my life. My whole day was planned around my practice and making myself available to study with the teachers whom I admired. This is no exaggeration. I basically moved to New York in order to regularly practice with two specific teachers, Elena Brower and Zhenja La Rosa. I got a job with Lululemon only because the company paid for me to go to yoga class, sent me to class as my actual job, and helped me grow a killer wardrobe to practice yoga in. On my days off I would spend my entire day at Vira Yoga (R.I.P) taking back to back classes.

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Fast Fitness Tips

There is no “get fit quick” or “lose weight fast” regime that is healthy, sustainable, and that sticks. It’s all about lifestyle changes. That is the ONLY way to reach your fitness goals and stay there. We all want to look and feel our best and it’s all about getting to where you feel good in your own skin. It takes about 6 weeks to see results from changing your lifestyle and upping your workout regime and unfortunately a lot of women give up before then. 

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How To Detoxify Your Body Without Giving Up Your Favorite Foods

Anna and I are in spring cleaning mode. Cleansing everything from our closets, to our bodies,  to any chaos that has broken out emotionally during a long winter trapped indoors. One of our favorite ways to shake off winter and gear up for the spring is to practice a detoxifying yoga series. Certain yoga poses can help stimulate circulation, increase metabolism, and aid digestion and lymph systems to help your body eliminate toxins the same way certain foods can.  

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