By Liz Arch “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do.” –Mark Twain. There are a million reasons not to go on a yoga retreat. A few of the most common are: “It’s too expensive.” “I don’t have the time.” “I
4th of July always brings to mind beautiful memories from past celebrations. Marching in small town parades with a boom box keeping steps in time. The smell of a bon fire and the sound of it crackling into the night. The deep, roaring boom of fireworks exploding in the dark sky. And the joy that
Ayurveda (literally, life knowledge) is the most ancient healing modality on record at this time in history. Conservative estimates show it to have been a fully developed science for at least the last 5000 years! And there is evidence to suggest Vedic civilizations 15,000 to 20,000 years ago had a working knowledge of these principles.
By Erin Sojourner Agostinelli This morning I woke up at 5 am. I could’ve easily cuddled deeply back into the down blanket on my bed, but a flash of inspiration- a flash of how my day could start enticed me to turn on the salt lamp in the corner of my bedroom. Behind the salt lamp
Ayurveda is a deep science describing a full spectrum of elemental interactions including everything from gut flora to environmental toxicity and how to maintain one in relation to the other. One of the most fascinating aspects of Ayurveda is the knowledge of interlocking life cycles. Ayurveda advises particular lifestyle choices based in part upon intricate clockworks
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