The Three Dosha of Ayurveda

Ayurveda is an ancient study, more specifically a science of life. Ayu means life and Veda means knowledge. The aim of Ayurveda is to prevent illness, heal the sick and preserve life; to protect health and prolong life; and to eliminate diseases and dysfunction of the...

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Daily practice for Breath Work

Pranayama is one of the most important parts of a yoga practice. It is the fourth limb in the Eight limbed system of yoga by Patanjali. Prana itself is also known as the life force in our body. In Chinese medicine it is known as the Qi. The free flow of the prana is...

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The Chakras in simple terms

Chakra can be translated as energy centers in our body. There are seven major chakras in our body, each of them is an expressing energy. The kind of energy depends on the focus of each chakra, and it can be expressed physically, emotionally, energetically. Each chakra...

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This is it!

“What? What do you mean this is it? There must be something more than this. It has to be. This can’t be it!” Maybe we have been in such situation that we question ourselves and the universe for more. We tend to think that there is more to live. Grasping and building...

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Introducing Yoga to Kids

These days kids have high pressure from school studies and homework. In addition, most of their sports activities are competitive based. Yoga at an early age encourages self-esteem and body awareness with a physical activity that is non-competitive. However, there are...

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Home Practice for Tight Hips

In modern life, we are bound to office desk and we sit for long periods of time at work. The result is that the hip flexors and rotators become tight, and our gluteal muscles become weak. This in time, might affect our ability in maintaining a proper posture, how we...

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