Nutrition

How to Preserve and Persevere in the Winter Months

by Erin Kumpf In Chinese theory, the passing of seasons is a reflection of the oscillation and interchanging of yin and yang: from the utmost yang (the brightness and heat of mid summer) to the utmost yin (the quiet, inward, solitude of winter.)  We are now deep into to winter.  Energetically, winter is associated with slowing down, of storage, and

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Tips to Keep Your Lungs Clear and Your Intestines Happy During Autumn (includes a simple recipe to support Lung Health)

By Erin Kumpf D.A.C.M. “In the end, the treasure of life is missed by those who hold on and gained by those who let go.”  ~ Lao Tzu Cool, crisp mornings, cornucopias of red, orange and yellow hues, all things pumpkin and a reluctant acceptance of shorter days and longer nights.  Welcome, autumn.  Its been a while since we’ve seen

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The Thyroid: What the heck is it?

by Erin Kumpf The Thyroid: What the heck is it?? The thyroid is a butterfly shaped gland situated in front of neck and contains numerous sac-like structures called follicles responsible for the production of thyroid hormone. What it does The thyroid is an intricate part of the endocrine system: the complex interplay of various glands that secrete hormones responsible for

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Eat Fermented Foods for Optimal Health

by Janel DuRoss Ohhh…did you think that by “fermented foods” I meant beer or wine? Not this time! A healthy gut affects your overall well being – everything from playing with your children, taking a yoga class, going for a run, and enjoying your time vested vacation. What you eat is very important, and adding fermented foods can keep your belly

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Superfoods to the Rescue!

by Janel DuRoss Superfoods are specific foods that provide a powerhouse of nutrients to your body. When you are pressed for time and in need of something healthy to eat that will provide you with optimal energy and nourishment, you’ll want to consider adding superfoods to your grocery list as not all vegetables and fruits are created equal. Blueberries: Their rich

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5 Pre-Yoga Snacks to Fuel Your Practice

You’re just about to grab your mat and go to Yoga in the Heights for your favorite class when you hear your stomach rumble. Not only do you not have enough time to eat a full meal, but you also don’t want to feel nauseous in forward fold. What can you eat that will provide just enough energy for your

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Upcoming Studio Closure

 

After 8 years Beloved World Yoga will be closing its doors. Thank you for trusting us to be your guides and for all your support over the years. We will continue to hold classes at the studio and on Zoom through April 2nd.

Join a special evening class on Thursday April 1st, so that we can close this chapter as a community and move on to new adventures. 

Thank you for joining us in our mission to create a more beloved world.

Be Well.

- Bridget & The Beloved World Yoga Team -