Yoga of Healing

Story of the Kleshas

The realm of the mind is eternally mesmerizing to those interested in spiritual conquest. There are external forces and internal drives that constantly provide food for thought. One of the so-called poisons or afflictions is dealt with in the third sloka or verse of...

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Cultivating Heart Chakra in Daily Life

What’s going on in this Heart Chakra?   Out of all of the chakras , this one is probably the most discussed chakra. The heart, which is the location of Heart Chakra (also known as Anahata Chakra) is one of the more vulnerable spots in the body. Even without...

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Juicing For Your Dosha

Is juicing right for you? Juice cleanses are generally customised to the number of days you commit to and the level of intensity of the juices you drink, not your Ayurvedic dosha. What is a dosha? A dosha is the Ayurvedic term for the three main energetic forces that...

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Introducing Radical Craniosacral Therapy

A potent fusion of radical inquiry and biodynamic craniosacral therapy... We are excited to be welcoming therapist Hilary Austin for our first yoga teacher training program. Radical Craniosacral Therapy is a unique hybrid therapy of two hours duration. “Who looks...

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Chakras Introduction Part 2

Chakras are energy wheels or vortexes. These energetic chakras are alive with life force or prana. In our last blog we looked at how each chakra is associated physically with a nerve plexus and endocrine gland, however, we also need to consider the energetic aspect of...

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Stress Reduction and Yoga

Life can be stressful. We are constantly on the go, working long hours, travelling long distances, trying to get ahead and often running on empty. In constant motion, we find that we are chronically stressed. Whenever we feel stressed our nervous system is activated....

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