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Ayurveda and Balance

Ayurveda, which literally translates into the science of life, is a 6,000-year-old ancient system from India that holds the keys to finding balance and health in our modern world. The practice of ayurveda is complex, but its tenets are very simple....

Power of Giving

According to NIH, the power of giving has proven to reduce stress and increase longevity. A dedicated yoga practice, moments of mindfulness, a sweet pause can gift you a more relaxing holiday season.  Tis’ the season to show gratitude for...

Mental Resilience

Written by: Katrin Mersch This year 2020 is really a challenge, even for the most optimistic people. The pandemic adds to normal stress and triggers uncertainty, aimlessness, fear and anger in us. “Stress is a condition in which the mind and...

Making decisions…isn’t always easy

Written by: Katrin Mersch Often we are overwhelmed by the abundance of choices in our lives. There is so much of everything that it is difficult for us to decide. In addition, there are doubts as to whether it was the right choice or whether we will...

Therapy with Nature

Written by: by Shalyni Paiyappilly The greatest therapist on earth is called nature. In today’s times people are detached from nature more than ever. But when one chooses to commune with nature so many beautiful lessons can be gleaned. Here...

What Are You Clinging To?

Written by: Erin Doty Yoga unfolds and purifies what is no longer needed.  It reveals what we cling to, starting with the breath.  A held breath stifles energy flow, much like holding onto beliefs, expectations, and judgments that ...

Keep Moving

Written by: Katharine Larson As we begin to transition from summer to fall, it is important to keep the momentum of the summer energy and hone its potential into something even greater this autumn. Try finding motivation through movement. Simply...

What Made you Become a Yoga Instructor?

Written by: Erin Doty I became a yoga instructor to help others unify and transform their lives. Yoga helped me regain mobility and navigate chronic illness with great hope and ease. Immbolity brought me to yoga.  My practice didn't start with...

An Attitude of Gratitude

Written by: Shalyni Paiyappilly Gratitude is an expression of appreciation for what one has rather than dwelling in negativity or focusing on what is missing. Often it is overlooked but research shows that gratitude can be quite powerful to increase...

What fall has in store for us…

Written by: Katrin Mersch What fall has in store for us… ...we don’t know, as we can not foresee the future. The trees are slowly changing their colours. Their leaves start falling to the ground. Everyone is hoping that the warm...