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What’s your calorie burn? If you are interested in weight management and cardiovascular health, try wearing a heart-rate monitor during active times (like housework!) and fitness classes. Here’s some of the data I collected over the last several days and what I observed: When I lead an active Hatha Flow Yoga class, calories burn!! 270 … Read moreCalorie Burn
Lately, I’ve noticed an uptick in yoga selfies in social media, especially professional photo shoots of yoga teachers. I turned to JP Sears for some humorous insight.
I dislike crowds. I’m sensitive to “personal space.” Arms length away from my neighbor is ideal. Energetically, that’s about the size of our aura. When people are crowding into me, energetically and physically, I feel crushed and agitated. This happens at malls, festivals, restaurants and overcrowded yoga classes. When I find myself in a class like that, in my … Read moreOvercrowded Yoga Sucks
The USDA just released new dietary guidelines for Americans. Their suggestions are based on the latest scientific research from top health organizations. The new guidelines promote disease prevention and better health through nutrition. The full report is available online. Or, read the summary below. Top 10 Things You Need to Know About the 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans … Read moreNew 2015 – 2020 Dietary Guidelines Just Released
As I’ve grown an interest in Iyengar yoga, I’m paying more attention to alignment. I love Iyengar alignment cues offered in so many postures! However, I don’t suggest following all of the pictures in his book, Light on Yoga. According to Dr. Roger Cole, an Iyengar teacher, “Mr. Iyengar himself demonstrates the pose [Shoulder Stand] without shoulder … Read moreWatch Your Neck!