Nina Endrst recently discovered an old friend — her 7 year-old self — who helped and continues to help her overcome significant obstacles. Want to locate yours?
It’s easy to rant about all of the things that trouble us day to day, but Nina Endrst has proposed a novel idea — let’s welcome them and learn how to use them to our advantage, through movement.
Consider five ways to take the time to bathe in the emotional palette of autumn and reap the benefits the harvest has to offer…
Insecurity, self-doubt, procrastination… Why is it that our most negative thought patterns are often the hardest to quit?
When women come together and connect to their deepest desires, and then share them collectively through movement, meditation, reiki, partnership and journaling exercises, it’s an insanely powerful experience.
Why don’t we like to sit with ourselves? Maybe because it’s not easy; in fact, it’s difficult at times – stillness invites realness and maybe we don’t want to hear what comes up when we stop scrolling and start listening.
Great minds might think alike, but how do they meditate? We’re discovering the three best meditation styles for each of the Ayurvedic doshas from best-selling author and Ayurveda pro, Sahara Rose. Don’t know your dosha? Discover your dosha with this 60-second quiz, then dive deeper into the mind-body connection below…
Where you long to be recognized is where you’re being called to shine. When you really allow yourself be who you are, there’s a freedom and a resonance that radiates from within. It speaks in a language of energy beyond words. An aliveness that’s born in your heart, and can be felt by all.
We are not the same from one moment to the next, so why should we expect that from our minds and bodies? Yoga requires patience, compassion, and honesty – on and off the mat.
Yoga Wake Up teacher Emilie Perz tells us how goddesses came to be, how we may have gotten lost along the way, and why now, more than ever, it is time to Embody the Goddess within…
As 2017 comes to a close, give yourself space to reflect on what has transpired – what do you want to take with you and what do you want to leave behind?