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There are 3 primal qualities that are viewed by many as the measure to determine our spiritual growth, these are called the Gunas.
Read the thoughts of our Founder, Yogini Nicole Zornitzer, on Brene Brown's book Braving the Wilderness. It's all about courage!
The definition of yoga is union of mind, body and spirit. The five koshas of the body are the foundation to creating this harmony of self.
How does one manage the constant fluctuation of emotion? How do we start the day in fear and try to end in gratitude?
Nicole reflects on 2020; dealing with life and death, looking for the lessons, messages and moments that come with it.
The Power of My Mat is that it helps me through my struggles. This post inspires to get on your mat, even during the darkest of times.
I just completed my Ayurvedic Graduate Studies at The Maryland University of Integrative Health. Learn about my experience here.
Santosha invites us into contentment by appreciating a calm center, a heart open in gratitude and practicing the paradox of “not seeking.”
The yamas and niyamas can be viewed as yogic ethical disciplines that offer practitioners a means to move through life in a mindful way.
Svadhayaya is the art of study of self. This niyama is so important to me that it has become my company’s mission statement. Read & learn why.
In one of our dharma talks, we were taught we need to accept where and who we are in this very moment in order to shine.
Gratitude takes on many shades; let us all appreciate and cherish every one of those shades, even the darkest of them all.