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Getting beach booty ready has never been so easy.Read More

Now is the time to take advantage of the great outdoors… armed with bug spray and knowledge

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Lyn -May 28, 2016, 7:16PM
Thank you for writing this! My husband got Lyme Disease about 5 years ago & it's effects have been pretty devastating to our family. He has gotten treatment & is doing well but the more people know about this & get checked out if they do get bitten the better off!!

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The second installment of our 2-part movement series with Vanessa Packer, founder of NYC’s ModelFit…

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Suzy -May 29, 2016, 8:23PM
Hey there! Great exercises! Does anyone know what brand of shorts she's wearing in the third picture? They look so perfect!
Kiss & Make-up -May 19, 2016, 5:12AM
We often forget about our back and schoulders! Thanks for the exercise.

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Katie Silcox will be leading our FP Escapes retreat with YOGASCAPES to Sonoma this August. Today she shares why healthy fats are the key to vibrant health.

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Layla -May 30, 2016, 1:16PM
I'm a bit confused. This article is singing the praises of butter and refers us to a Harvard study as backup- but the Harvard study does NOT recommend butter as part of a heart healthy diet. Did Katie actually read it?
Samantha -May 20, 2016, 12:22AM
Thank you for this article, and for showcasing such a wide variety of philosophies and lifestyles in this blog. I'm not a vegan, but I enjoy cooking vegan food and try to eat by my own personal sense of ethics and global responsibility. I've made quite a few of the vegan and/or gluten-free recipes you've featured in the past and I've loved them. In this article, I appreciate the author's focus on the importance of real foods. I think it's easy to be scared of fat in today's health-focused, trend-dieting world, but I believe moderation is pretty key. I may not dive into a stick of butter face first (and Bulletproof Coffee still weirds me out), but I love to bake and sometimes, nothing beats butter.

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This post comes from our friend and LA yoga teacher, Ryann Hanes-Sloane.Read More

Ryann -May 14, 2016, 9:05PM
Hey Katrina! Thank you for pointing that out! This is just one perspective and one component of many modalities that can support healing from trauma or challenging events. I am simply sharing some pieces that have helped me heal from trauma and have included my perspective on what trauma can be. I appreciate your insight! The more awareness around all of the different tools that are available that can support healing the better! Love and light!
Katrina -May 14, 2016, 7:27AM
This is not how trauma is defined and one of the main faults in the current research. Current studies lack rigor because trauma was not specifically defined and covered too wide a girth. While there are many health and social emotional benefits to components of yoga, it's vital to mention that even the sources provided express this research to be preliminary though positive. Most importantly, yoga for trauma only has this preliminary backing as an adjunct to soundly established mental health treatments.

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Our three favorite arm exercises you can literally do anywhere. Any. Where. Read More

Jabeen Waheed -May 11, 2016, 2:44PM
Need to get myself one of those bands! Jabeen x http://www.spilling-the-beans.co.uk/

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Tell yourself a different story

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Kiss & Make-up -May 11, 2016, 4:48AM
Man, I sure don't look so pretty/sexy when I go hiking ;-) Awesome shots though, I wanna get in the mountains now!

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Stretch out from too much desk time with these tips

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Bells -May 29, 2016, 7:18AM
Such a great pose! I ALWAYS feel like I need a good stretch after a day stuck at a desk!
Ryann -May 13, 2016, 12:58PM
Hey Aleeah! I catch myself doing that too! You the heart opening pose will feel really good as a reverse to slumping over. There's a walk through on where to place the block or blanket (whatever you have) on my website. http://www.ryannyoga.com/desk-detox-flow/h71htsaqe5vcenhmv33uc8swknhd80 Hope this helps! Xo

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I tried out a new workout class. I’m feelin’ it in all kinds of ways.

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Aja -May 30, 2016, 11:08AM
Barre is my favorite new workout! I used to dance and it is actually my old dance teacher who taught my first class. Although being a dancer, i thought i wouldn't struggle as much as i did in this class.. I was so wrong.
Ellie -May 05, 2016, 7:03PM
Thank you for posting this!!! I just found a Barre studio in my area the other day and was interested in it! Going to go check it out.

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Take a cue from Vanessa Packer, founder of NYC’s ModelFit, in your quest to look your best…
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regina -May 25, 2016, 10:18PM
Lovin adding these to my exercise routine
Kim -May 07, 2016, 5:52PM
I love this workout

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There have been times in my life when I have been so thankful for fear. The good kind and the bad kind.

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Deborah -May 04, 2016, 12:41PM
I completely understand what you mean. I'm kind in the same point of life and I can't say I passed it already. But at least I have conscience of it and I know I can't let the bad fear decide. Good luck to you in this new path! :) http://www.loveandeverythingblog.com
Amanda Machell -May 03, 2016, 9:42AM
Beautiful uplifting motivation!

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Ayurveda is perhaps the oldest science of life, a system of diet, healing, and health maintenance that is deeply spiritual in origin.

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