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Add Superfoods to Your Salad

Adding Superfoods to your salad has never been easier.   The abundance of fresh vegetables in farmers markets is a hallmark of salad season of Spring and Summer. If you want to make sure that your salad is packed with nutrient-rich ingredients, try supercharging your meals with some superfood powders. Superfoods are foods with extremely [...]

By | April 2nd, 2015|Healthy Eating|0 Comments

Healing the trauma of modern-day slavery

Yoga Therapy: Healing the trauma of modern-day slavery For D’Lita Miller, her yoga practice helped cope with years of pent-up anger and aggression.  In this case, Miller’s emotional backlog is because she is a survivor of human trafficking, a situation that is unfortunately an issue today for people around the world.  Many like Miller are finding [...]

By | March 30th, 2015|Yoga Therapy|2 Comments

Yoga Rocks: The Driving Beat of Eric Paskel

Yoga Rocks: The Driving Beat of Eric Paskel, owner of Yoga Shelter Studio A playlist that includes Rage Against the Machine isn’t necessarily the type of music you expect to hear in a yoga studio, but at Yoga Shelter in Studio City, it isn’t at all unusual.  Owner Eric Paskel likes his yoga to rock, and he [...]

By | March 27th, 2015|Teacher Profiles|0 Comments

7 “Must Have” Dog Supplies

Justin Silver's Top 7 Pooch Products When it comes to dog products, I feel like I’ve tried them all and can sum up most of my experience in four ways: 1. Disappointing, as in never again. 2. If they had only done-this-or-added-that, it would have been great. 3. Good, solid product, and 4. Use it [...]

By | March 14th, 2015|Pets|0 Comments

Sedona Yoga Festival 2015

  Seen and Heard: Sedona Yoga Festival 2015 Sedona’s reputation as a spiritual power spot makes it the ideal place for a yoga festival, so it is no wonder that festival founder Marc Titus and producer Heather Sheree Titus created a yoga gathering in the region. The 2015 lineup of talented teachers and musicians, coupled [...]

By | March 12th, 2015|Travel|0 Comments

Grace and Grit

One Yogini’s story of combining CrossFit and Yoga Koundinyasana and Kettlebells. Bakasana and Burpees. Downward Dog and Deadlifts. These are a few of my favorite things. I discovered blissful balance in my life by coupling a duo as striking and seemingly unlikely as Cameron Diaz and Benji Madden: Yoga and CrossFit On a dare I [...]

By | March 2nd, 2015|Cross Training|2 Comments

Ayurveda: Soothe Summer Skin

We tend to associate a sun-kissed glow with healthy skin, but it may not always be that simple. Sometimes healthy skin is protected skin that has been sheltered from the elements for the ultimate in health and beauty. Making decisions about skincare can sometimes seem overwhelming because our individual needs differ based on genetics, geography, [...]

By | June 30th, 2014|Ayurveda|1 Comment

Ayurvedic Winter Skin Care

While we are in the tail end of Winter, we’re feeling the accumulated effects of months of dryness. This brings up a few important questions: How does your skin feels now? Are you experiencing any  dryness, burning, itching, or localized rashes? Have you tried to moisturize your skin, but still feel that whatever moisturized you [...]

By | March 12th, 2014|Ayurveda|0 Comments

Strengthen your Immune System

Five practices for greater vitality As we enter the cold and flu season, it is necessary for us to take steps to boost our immunity. What do we do if we come down with a runny nose, body aches, sore throats, fever or a heavy feeling in the head? We may be tempted to stay [...]

By | November 27th, 2012|Ayurveda|2 Comments