Book a spa-like session of quiet time for yourself today, and tap into your intuition.
When you wake up stressed because of what you have to do today, here’s a way to make things go more smoothly.
No, it’s not little plates of food; actually, my definition of the Yoga principle Tapas during my teacher training was “little plates of hell.” In Yoga philosophy, Tapas (pronounced TAH-pas) is the process of learning from pain—not physical pain, though that can definitely be a good teacher. Tapas addresses emotional pain, and gives us a […]
A Sankalpa is an intention. It’s like a cross between a resolution and a promise, only you don’t have to wait until the new year to make one, and because it’s an intention, a Sankalpa doesn’t carry the threat of being broken, the way promises do. In Yoga, we say that we set a Sankalpa. […]
Mudita is a simple Yoga tool that will start your day off on a great note.