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Experience reiki with Millana Snow and witness other forms of healing at Wellspring this October. For tickets and more information, click here.  When it comes to natural and homeopathic remedies, we here at Wanderlust are pretty confidant we know our stuff. But some reason, reiki has remained a total mystery. This could be possibly be due to it’s
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by Nina I was looking at my scoliosis in an X-ray the other day. Yep, it was definitely there! I could clearly see how some of my lumbar spinal bones were actually rotated, though there was not much of a lateral curve. (Scoliosis is a condition of the spine in which some portion of the
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Long flight. Short shuttle with Jeff and Anne. Jeff’s a travel photographer filmmaker bro, Anne works for Google, sweet. Long talk with dear friend Durga, who I last saw 20 years ago. Veggie wraps, angry phone call to my room (we stole one, inadvertently, apparently, but Durga needs to eat?). I shrug and apologize. Charger
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The famous yoga photographer shares his thoughts on how to be more mindful when taking asana images and using your camera to give back. Robert Sturman talks about how to be mindful with yoga photography. Take a glimpse into Robert Sturman’s creative process. Here, he shares his top 6 tips for mindful living and being
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Think you don’t have time for yoga in the morning? Think again. Our friends at Yoga Wake Up, the first ever “yoga alarm clock,” have devised a way for a more mindful wake-up and bedtime routine by providing short, convenient, audio-guided yoga and meditation that you can do from bed. Instead of a jarring alarm,
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Anatomy 201 Exclusive: Muscle Power vs. Fascial Elasticity – Yoga Journal Want to deepen your understanding of movement? Join Karin Gurtner—founder and principal educator of art of motion training in movement and developer of Anatomy Trains in Motion—for a six-week course in functional anatomy. You’ll study your muscles in motion and the myofascial connections throughout
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Fascial Glide Exercise for Functional Quads and Healthy Knees – Yoga Journal Want to deepen your understanding of movement? Join Karin Gurtner—founder and principal educator of art of motion training in movement and developer of Anatomy Trains in Motion—for a six-week course in functional anatomy. You’ll study your muscles in motion and the myofascial connections
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Most cosmogonies, or creation stories, have similar elements. The idea of dark and light—feminine and masculine—originating together is one such example of a common theme. Hindu cosmogony is no exception. Before the time of creation when all was dark, Shakti, (feminine energy of the universe) and Shiva (masculine) were connected as a single source. The
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Floridians know how to party—but to say the state is all va-va-voom and no vinyasa is as insincere as crocodile tears. South Florida may be most famous for swashbuckling pirates, but the gangplank isn’t the only Plank the region is good at, and Tampa offers some of the most varied and interesting places to flow in
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Fall is a time of transition—and transformation. Here’s a flow to help you handle anything that comes up this season, and release what’s no longer serving you. This season’s cooler temps and shorter days got you down? Read on for a home practice that can help you cope. Fall is officially in full swing, which
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Through his organization Im’Unique, the yoga teacher and activist is using the practice to help facilitate important at-the-table dialogues between people with wildly opposing viewpoints. Tyrone Beverly, founder and director of Im’Unique, leads a yoga practice in his home outside of Denver before a session of Breakin’ Bread, Breakin’ Barriers. Live Be Yoga ambassadors Jeremy
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by Nina Year-Old Snow and New Snow by Philip Amdal A number of years ago, I encouraged a close friend of mine, M, to join me in taking Rodney Yee’s advanced class. Even though she had a muscular, athletic, and stiff body that made doing super bendy poses difficult, if not impossible, I knew that