How To Find Your Own Voice

How To Find Your Own Voice

We got together with Lululemon Hamilton to offer a free event for the community. 75 people came together in a guided Group mediation, using bolsters, meditation cushions and chairs. Chris Wilson shares his experience of the event and how we helped him Find His Own Voice through visualization, tapping, movement & more.

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Release Using Pranayama

Release Using Pranayama

  The Hindu god, Ganesha (depicted with the head of an elephant)  hangs above my doorway.  Lord Ganesha is often shown with one of his tusks broken or completely missing.  The tradition of this was that Lord Ganesha gave up a piece of himself to acquire spiritual knowledge.  He is often called the “remover of obstacles” and because of his wisdom and spiritual understanding, many people pray to him when they are need of wisdom and a release from something in their lives.  Every time I pass through my doorway, I am reminded that to obtain wisdom I must let something go first;...

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The Benefits of Meditation

Many of us are aware of what's good for us, like getting a good nights sleep, eating less processed foods, exercising, worrying less and meditation. But how many of us are actually achieve all this on a daily basis? Of course it's hard to find the time, but practicing just one of the items listed above for just 5 minutes a day can have a wonderfully positive impact on your life. Why not dedicate your 5 minutes of "you time" to Meditation? You don't have to be good at it, because it requires no skill. Simply give yourself 5 minutes a...

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Yin and Restorative Yoga: How to get a healthy mind and body

Yin and restorative yoga can benefit both your mental and physical health. Discover why these therapeutic types of yoga are so good for your mind, body and soul.  I found this article on the Canadian Living website by Anna Cipollone and thought you might enjoy it.http://www.canadianliving.com/health/mind_and_spirit/yin_and_restorative_yoga_how_to_get_a_healthy_mind_and_body.php In the words of Paul Simon, "Slow down, you move too fast" – fitting advice considering more and more of us are working long hours and overtaxing our bodies by not getting enough downtime. While making the moment last may seem like an elusive task, both restorative and yin yoga classes offer a space for students to...

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