Yoga Lovers

Yoga Lovers

Welcome to our Yoga Lovers corner, to a world of serenity and self-discovery. Here, amidst the gentle whispers of tranquility, we embrace the beauty of yoga, a practice that transcends the boundaries of the physical and nourishes our souls. Whether you are a seasoned yogi or taking your first steps onto the mat, this sanctuary is designed to inspire and uplift you on your journey towards inner harmony.

3 Powerful Ways Yoga Teaches Us to Practice Self-Love and Self-Care

As you journey through the ebb and flow of life, it’s essential to pause, breathe, and take time to check in with yourself. The yoga tradition offers a rich tapestry of teachings to cultivate self-love, compassion, and a deeper connection to your own heart.

Here are three simple and powerful ways yoga teaches us to practice self-love and self-care any day of the week:


Take time each day to cultivate presence and awareness.

Whether it’s through meditation, mindful movement, or simply pausing to savor a cup of tea, allow yourself to be fully in the moment. Mindfulness invites us to embrace each experience with curiosity, fostering a deeper connection with ourselves and the world around us.

Embrace mindfulness with this five-minute mindfulness meditation. (

Fundamental Principles of Healing

Healing means coming back into balance with nature. What is needed for us to heal? Taking the time to heal and following six principles or steps of healing: remaining calm and aware, knowing yourself, using your body as feedback, detoxifying, nourishing, and helping others. (Read More at

What Your Teacher Means When They Say to Do Something "Energetically"

As yoga teachers, there’s always a possibility that our students will misunderstand and/or feel confused by what we’re intending to communicate. Given this, one of the most supportive things we can do is develop a healthy feedback loop to assess whether what we are expressing is being understood the way we mean it and put into practice.  If you are a teacher, you probably already know that different schools of yoga express contrasting viewpoints on the nature of reality. Some are dualistic, suggesting that there is a physical dimension as well as a non-physical, or energetic, dimension of self. The aim of dualistic practices is to gradually transcend the physical and find equanimity with the “true” self. The focus of dualistic practices is on subtler forms of yoga, like meditation and pranayama, rather than strength and flexibility. Non-dual philosophies, on the other hand, suggest that the world we view as physical is made up of energy, or prana, that can therefore both influence, and be influenced by, our physical practices. (Read more at

Refine Your Approach to Strength Building: A Lower-Body Sequence

The early-20th-century writer Henry S. Haskins said, “What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” The vision of yoga agrees with this assessment of our human situation. Yoga teaches that within each human being lies a core of unshakable, diamond-like strength.  How can postural practice help us harness it? (Read more at

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