Beloved World Yoga Contribution Your Power of Intention Happy 2021 beloved friends! WE MADE IT! Together, let’s continue to look forward with hope for a brighter future ahead. Not only because of the current circumstances and events that have plagued us for the last year, but because you deserve the brightest and best in the coming years. But that starts
Vibrations of Aum AUM (also spelled OM) is a sound you’ve most likely heard yoga teachers chant at the beginning or end of the class. This symbol is actually a sacred syllable representing the supreme consciousness or the absolute source of all existence. When chanted, this sacred syllable is suggested to have unique effects in your body.
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
Achieving Renewal In Transformation Beloved World Yoga contribution Grounding In A State Change We want to thank all our students for staying with us during this turbulent time, those who participated in our survey and to the students who’ve felt comfortable to come in since reopening our doors. We understand how difficult it has been to adjust or return to
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
by Lola Rephann Meditation is a word that has been often mis-used in our modern Western society. It’s sometimes used to mean daydreaming, thinking intently about something, or contemplation, but meditation actually is none of these things. Meditation is a specific technique for resting the mind. Even “rest” in our society is often misconstrued. We think “rest” is sitting in
written by Janel Ross From the moment we wake up to the time our heads hit the pillow, we are depleted from the compactness of our day, only to start over again. Many of us have specific goals (from getting to bed before 10pm to running a marathon) but oftentimes there are problems getting from point A to point B.