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Yoga Nidra

November 2020 Newsletter Contribution What is Yoga Nidra? By Sophie Guedin Yoga Nidra is an ancient relaxation practice. Nidra = sleep, so it is sometimes translated as ‘yogic sleep’, however, it is in fact a state of consciousness right between being awake and being asleep (hypnagogic state). Yoga Nidra is very methodical and follows a specific sequence taking practitioners

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October 2020 Newsletter

Embracing the Autumn Equinox with Ayurveda this October Beloved World Yoga contribution September 22nd welcomed the first day of Autumn and at this time we’ve already been greeted with cooler, dryer air. The temperature dropped bringing about brisk mornings to what was a refreshing light breeze amplified to a windy chill. Before we know it, the colors of leaves begin

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10 Ways to Know You’re Ready for a Yoga Teacher Training

Yoga teacher training programs need a better name. Yes, they prepare you to become a professional yoga teacher, but they do much more than that. They should really be called “200-hour Inward Journeys” or “Human Training.” You will undoubtedly learn practical yoga skills like alignment, body awareness, anatomy and class sequencing, but the most profound parts of a yoga teacher

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Get to Know Ayurvedic Health Counselor & Yoga Teacher Lindsey Rozmes

Lindsey is a NAMA certified Ayurveda Health Counselor, wellness mentor, and yoga teacher. She works with clients to inspire transformational shifts in their health and wellbeing. Her lifestyle programs infuse the ancient practices of Ayurveda, self-care rituals, plant-based nutrition and yoga to pave the path to balance and intuitive healing. Check out her classes at Yoga in the Heights, follow

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How to reduce stress without spending tons of money on a yoga retreat: Go on a mini-retreat.

Contributed by:  Bridget Fujioka Stress is an all too common occurrence in our daily lives, and now with the holidays around the corner, we experience the feeling even more. But, why is stress such a common occurrence and how do we cope with it? To understand how to manage it, we must first understand how stress works. Stress is a

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