We are constantly bombarded with conflicting messages about how to eat right: What foods should we
embrace and which should we avoid? The advice can become overwhelming. How are we supposed to sort
through it all and understand, once and for all, what we should be eating?
The answer is closer at hand than you might think!
Real talk: as much as we love the holidays, they can be a stressful time. With a horde of family members to feed, gifts to buy, and your own health to maintain, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. Everyone knows the basics of holiday survival: Get plenty of sleep, drink lots of water, eat your veggies, and try not to stress. Easier said than done, right? Here are a few more tips to help keep you and your family happy and well-fed throughout the most wonderful time of the year.
Once, as a child, I remember waking up in a power outage. My room, bereft of the street light filtering in through the tiny basement window, was the darkest I had ever seen. Read More
Surya namaskar, the Sun Salutation, is one of my all-time favorite flows. It’s enlivening and rejuvenating. Read More
4 tips that will help you embrace your yoga body and appreciate its capacity for movement and meditation.
If you are trying to practice more yoga off the mat, non-violence is the place to start.
When most of us think about yoga we typically picture flexible bodies performing a series of poses, striving to reach new physical achievements. But how often do we consider how yoga can offer us a more flexible mind, or reaching new heights of spiritual experience?
With summer peaking and heat waves across the continent showing no sign of letting up soon, staying hydrated is perhaps one of the most important things you can do for your health. According to the Dieticians of Canada, adults require somewhere between two and three liters of fluid each day. Read More