Monthly Archives: September 2013

October’s Autumnal Abundance: Feeling Our Way into Fall

Greetings, fellow yogis and yoginis, and welcome back snowbirds! Don’t forget, we have moved 2 blocks west on Pelican Landing Parkway. Turn left into the parking lot immediately before the gate house for Pelican Landing. We occupy the 3-story building … Continue reading

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Ayurveda at Home

Quick tip: Confused or worrying about how you will get all 92 nutrients necessary for optimum health in your food? Simply eat all 6 tastes (sweet, salty, sour, bitter, pungent & astringent) and all 7 colors every day, as fresh … Continue reading

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The Power of Yoga

Did You Know… …that certain yoga and yogic breathing techniques allow you to transform yourself at the molecular level?      A groundbreaking new Norwegian study just proved something remarkable: yoga can instantaneously improve your health from the molecular level up.     Researchers … Continue reading

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How do I know which massage is right for me?

The term Swedish Massage has become synonymous with all  applications of massage in our Western culture. But be mindful: what you ask for may not be what you receive. Why? Due to a huge influx of complementary therapies from all … Continue reading

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Ayurveda at Home

Welcome Vata Season!   Using color to balance the Doshas According to Ayurveda, your body is always “digesting” your environment through the five senses. Each of the doshas is attuned to a particular sensory experience. Vata is especially sensitive to … Continue reading

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September Samskaras

Greetings fellow yogis and yoginis! In Sanskrit, one of the oldest of languages, the word samskara (also spelled “sanskara”) means inner patterns, and memories like grooves that create our mental, emotional and physical default settings.  Neurophysiologists mapping neural pathways in … Continue reading

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