by Allison Schleck, E-RYT 500, RPYT
I’ve never looked too kindly upon the pose Virabhadrasana I or Warrior I because it never felt kind on my body. In vinyasa classes I attended, it seemed like it was a “basic” pose that should be easy on my body and perhaps easy on my mind. However, every time I stepped my left foot forward, spun my... Read more
by Erik Dalton Ph.D.
As stated in my recent blog titled “Digital Dementia,” poor posture is not a cause; it is simply a symptom indicating over or under functioning of various bodily systems including musculoskeletal, endocrine and nervous. Hours sitting staring at screens, lack of exercise and poor functional... Read more
by Joy Stone
For most of my 20s, I was debilitated by resentment and anger. Because of my childhood, I lived under the delusion that I deserved to be angry. I also believed that my anger and resentments would protect me from future hurts. Instead, they only served to cut me off from life.... Read more
by Lynn Crimando, MA, C-IAYT
More than 24 million Americans struggle with either alcohol or drug abuse, according to a 2014 survey by The Substance Use and Mental Health Services. Chances are, someone you know and love is in that struggle. While twelve-step programs and talk therapy can go a long way toward recovery, Yoga... Read more