A pose, a mirror and an experience often missed.
“Chaturanga Dandasna”! We hear it called over and over again in a vinyasa flow practice. What is it that we need to know about this pose that rolls off of the tongue, often with vigor?!
In sanskrit, Chaturanga Dandasana translates to “four(Chatur) limb(anga) staff (Danda) pose (asana). Often mistaken to mean high and low plank pose encompassed in …
This past weekend, Halifax Yoga hosted a Mala making workshop with MagikMala. It was so fun and an amazing experience to share with the community. We created individual malas after we meditated and worked on creating an intention to manifest with our malas.
Manifestation uses the principles of the law of attraction, “the law of attraction is the belief that by focusing on positive …Continue reading the article
While you are likely eager for a fresh, new approach to healthy eating and weight loss, you may be hesitant to jump into something that feels like yet another diet.
I don’t blame you!
There are a lot of programs out there that boast results, but require you to suffer through a painful process.
With Michelle MacLean’s Release & Renew 7-Day Spring Cleanse, she’s ready …
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