Plant Medicine in Peru Part 1: Tobacco Purge for the Mind, Body and Soul

By: Jill Lacasse

“I felt every sensation in my body as I took a hot shower, letting the water wash away any lingering past stories, feels and experiences. Cradled in a hammock outside, I felt so present, calm and centered as I wrote in my journal, reflecting on my purge.”

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Pranayama and Therapeutic Yoga.

By: Sarah Ingraham

“In yoga, it is important to focus on bringing long, deep breaths into the belly to activate the parasympathetic nervous system, calm the mind, and relax the body.”

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The Energy Grid of Mother Earth: Using Chakras and Vortexes to Enhance Spiritual Growth

By: Jill Lacasse

“You may know about the chakras in the human body … but did you know that Mother Earth also has her own set of chakras and energy flowing through her body? As we become more connected to our energy channels within, we realize the effect that the Earth’s energy has on our own inner journey and growth.”

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Prenatal Yoga For SI Joint Pain: Causes, Symptoms & Exercises.

By: Jessi Luna

“After sharing the exciting news of my pregnancy, a friend commented, “Being so connected with yoga and your body, you’re probably going to really feel all those changes happening inside of you!” At the time, I didn’t realize how true that was.”

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Get In - Tap In - Stay In: 3 Steps to Transformation

By: CJ Ananda

“While facilitating transformational retreats and trainings, I like to acknowledge that there is always a beginning, middle and an end to the process. When each part is honored as an important aspect of the offering, we experience the full expression of deep creation (at the beginning), transformation (in the middle) and integration (at the end).”

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Wild Feminine Series: Reactivating My Wild Feminine

By: Nicolina

“I strongly believe we are at a time where it is necessary to feel our frustrations and darkness and let them fuel our fire to do the world-changing work. We’ve been told for far too long to suppress this aspect of ourselves, but it is okay to be raw, it is okay to be vulnerable and it is definitely okay to be angry.”

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Somatic Wisdom of Yin Asana: Unraveling Ananhatasana

By: Kali Basman

“My objective in offering Yin Yoga as a daily foundational practice is not to demand that the practitioner set aside the perfect amount of space and time with complete clarity of mind. The objective is this: to train the nervous system to become comfortable with the ever-shifting state.”

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Living Your Dharma.

By: CJ Ananda

“Sitting with such a consistent feeling of blessed elation, I started to feel like I can’t actually call it “work” anymore. Instead, I feel it is more of an offering of the heart that is a gift from the Divine passed through me in service to the whole.  I think the best word to describe this offering would be “Dharma”.”

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Wild Feminine Series: Finding the Fluid Being

By: Guilia

“Women, like water, are moved. Up and down with the tides, in instant rushes like a waterfall, or like the monotonous waves of a great ocean. What counts is the motion. Yet, in how many immeasurable ways have we been conditioned to move against the current or not move at all? And for how long can we sustain the ignorance?”

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