Yoga & Wellness


Yoga is more than the daily practice of asana. It’s a conscious, mindful lifestyle that nourishes the entire being: mind, body, and spirit. Find a balance between pushing your limits through physical exercise and respecting your limits through self-care. The collection of articles here illuminates the path towards healthy, holistic, happy living, shedding light on the wisdom of Ayurveda, yogic nutrition, alternative medicine, and other healing practices for yogis.

Recent Posts for Yoga Well-Being

June 15, 2016
ayurveda

Stay Cool: The Ayurveda Summer Diet

Understanding food in terms of taste and energetics, makes it easier to choose the right diet for summer. Prevent heat-related imbalances with these tips!
June 14, 2016
yoga for stress

Revitalizing Yoga for the Busy College Student

College life can be both fun and exhausting. Try this sequence to help balance out the demands college life puts on your mind and body.
June 9, 2016
pitta for summer

Balancing Pitta Dosha in the Summer

Our intuition is to balance summer’s heat by seeking shade, eating watermelon, and relaxing. Learn how to keep cool and balance pitta with these tips!
June 7, 2016
essential oils - yoga

Incorporate Essential Oils Into Your Everyday Yoga Practice

Utilizing different essential oils can create different effects on the senses. Try these essentials oils for yoga the next time you're on the mat.
May 27, 2016
real men do yoga

The Badass Guide to Yoga for Men

Forget the excuses—here are seven hardcore facts to support incorporating a solid yoga practice into your life.
May 23, 2016
yoga for relationships

Couples Who Yoga Together Stay Together

These three yogic guidelines are critical for sustaining a strong relationship with your partner.
May 19, 2016
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7 Essential Oils to Cure a Hangover

By using these essential oils and yoga poses, you can alleviate your hangover and help your body detoxify after a night of drinking.
April 26, 2016
live and let go

The Uphill Battle with Impermanence

Practice. Notice your words. Offer some gentleness to your anger, your fear, your weariness. Feel them rather than be them. They will all pass.