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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 […]

Ayurveda for Companion Animals


By Dr. Tejinder Sodhi We can apply the energetics of Ayurveda specifically to our companion animals. Many of the familiar herbs that we can use for our own health can also be shared with the four-legged animals who share our […]

Aerial Yoga: Take Your Practice to New Heights

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Challenging your practice to new heights I’ve heard many stories of how people find yoga, and my story seems predictably similar.  I was a new mom.  My need for ways to de-stress, decompress, find happiness, and discover myself brought me […]

Sitting Down with Jane Fonda

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Staying Active, Staying Fit Millions have been introduced to home fitness as a result of Jane Fonda’s popular workout videos back in the 80’s — the first-ever home exercise videos. With more than 17 million sold, initially on VHS, her […]

Wide Awake

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Yoga to Promote Sound Sleep When asked of the Buddha “Are you a man, or a God?” the Buddha replied… “I AM AWAKE.” I’ll start with the bad news—in some cases, chronic insomnia has no real cure. While there are […]

GMOs: Serving up Toxins–Do you want a ‘cide’ with that?

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As we’re approaching the November election and the presence of Proposition 37 on the California ballot mandating the labeling of foods containing genetically modified organisms (GMOs), it is a good time to consider the implications of GMOs in the food […]

Relating To Feet

Relate To Your Feet

Our Connection with Our Inheritance and the Earth Our connection to our feet is symbolic of our connection to the world around us. Are we tip-toers or stompers? Are we balanced or wobbly? Do those characteristics parallel what we know […]

Sitting Down with Olympic Champion Dominique Moceanu

By Vanessa Harris Photos by David Young-Wolff Olympic Gold Medalist Dominique Moceanu was the youngest member of the 1996 U.S. Women’s “Magnificient Seven” Gymnastics team competing in Atlanta–a team that was the first (and so far the only) team […]

The Surgeon and The Yogi

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Brought together by crisis, reunited by gratitude By Aria Mayland The space between life and death is tenuous. No one knows, from one minute to the next, what might befall them. I don’t remember exactly how I felt on the […]

Happiness is as spontaneous as health

Sitting Down With: Integrative Medicine physician Dr. Andrew Weil, MD We all want to be happy. It’s something that we’ve even written into the Declaration of Independence, “Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.” Evidence reveals that collectively, we are […]

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