Why I No Longer Practice Yoga...
Pretentiousness... Wait. That's the entire article right there, summed up in one word? Yep. But... allow me to elaborate. I became a certified Kundalini Yoga instructor a number of years ago, and bein...
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I was first taught mindfulness techniques when I was doing a course on Dialectal Behavioural Therapy (DBT) to treat a mental health problem. It creates a sense of inner peace in our minds, quietens lo...
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How to Shake an Addiction
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Exercise Trends You Need to Try If You Love Yoga
Calling all my fellow yogis! I LOVE yoga, don’t you? It’s so diverse. There are so many variations, so many new things to try! When I first started yoga (almost a decade ago) it wasn’t so wide spread ...
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5 Reasons Why You Should Be Doing Calisthenics
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Steph Ma month ago
How Can a Plant-Based Life Create World Change?
The rise of veganism has opened a lot of minds and raises a lot of questions about whether raising animals for food is harming our planet. It is no surprise that this is the single greatest source of ...
How I Began to Drink More Water
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BambooMoves Yoga
BambooMoves Yoga is a welcoming community for people of all backgrounds to train their body, mind, and spirit in a nurturing yet challenging practice. Located in Forest Hills NY, Englewood NJ, Palisades Park NJ, and Baltimore MD.
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4 Daily Habits That Help You Be More Productive
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It was a brisk Monday morning as I woke up around 7:45 AMto get ready for my normal 30-minute commute to work. I had gotten dressed, put on my makeup, brushed my hair, and headed out the door into my ...
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5 Things to Consider Before Ordering an Online DNA Test
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From the air we breathe to the sand of time itself, many things can have an effect on our cognition in the short and long term. There are various things you can consume as well as basic techniques whi...
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My Top 7 Migraine Self-Care Tips
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T1D Christmas Wishlist
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I've never been the most athletic person. I mostly played video games and watched TV during my childhood. During high school I was a chubby teenager. In my early 20s I finally discovered bboying (brea...
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Why I No Longer Practice Yoga...
Pretentiousness... Wait. That's the entire article right there, summed up in one word? Yep. But... allow me to elaborate. I became a certified Kundalini Yoga instructor a number of years ago, and bein...
Exercise Trends You Need to Try If You Love Yoga
Calling all my fellow yogis! I LOVE yoga, don’t you? It’s so diverse. There are so many variations, so many new things to try! When I first started yoga (almost a decade ago) it wasn’t so wide spread ...
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