One of my favourite treats is the Kirkland Trail Mix, with just the right mix of salty nuts and yummy M&Ms. Packaged in individually sized portions (which helps my non-existent will-power), I love to eat one after a swim workout, or an intense yoga class. It’s also great for when we’re traveling – I throw a few in my bag and pull them out when …Continue reading the article
Archive for March, 2018
I first came to Halifax Yoga last September when I joined the 40 Days to Personal Revolution program. I’d had a little bit of experience with yoga in the past few years, but I’d never regularly attended a studio while living with my parents in Murray Corner, NB. I came across HY and the 40 Days when I knew I was moving back to the …Continue reading the article
We conclude most yoga classes by bowing our heads and saying together, “Namaste”. Nama means bow, as means I, and te means you. Therefore, Namaste literally means “bow me you” or “I bow to you.” Source. Another meaning of Namaste is “The Light in me, honours the light in you.” Source. By saying Namaste together at the end of class we are establishing a sense …Continue reading the article
In the northern hemisphere, the Spring Equinox occurs on Tuesday, March 20th. It is the date where both day and night are equal in length. Spring is traditionally a time of rebirth, fertility, and balance. Spring brings new energy and balance both in nature and in people. You may be feeling inspired as all the new life begins to awaken in nature around us.
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Everything in life has its ebbs and flows and your yoga practice is no exception. You are not alone if it has been a while since you have been to your mat. The beauty of yoga is that when you are ready, yoga will meet you where you are. Seane Corn’s advice is “One aspect of the practice of yoga is that it can increase …Continue reading the article