A Poem For the Goddesses by Chelsea Atilla

A Poem For the Goddesses by Chelsea Atilla

To the movers and groovers, the quakers and shakers. To the wild ones and quiet ones, the dancers and love makers. To the the empaths and sociopaths, the old and the new. To the ones...

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Getting Off the Grid: On Online Mindlessness, Folk Rebellion & Putting Down the Phone

Getting Off the Grid: On Online Mindlessness, Folk Rebellion & Putting Down the Phone

Yesterday I had lunch with a friend name Elli and she made me remove Facebook and Instagram from my phone. WHAT the everloving Fuck? I am a social media addict. There. I said it. I...

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Are YOU a Spiritual Feminist? On Sex, God & Yoga

Are YOU a Spiritual Feminist? On Sex, God & Yoga

At this pivotal yet painful moment in our history, what better way to make our way through the chaos than by reconnecting to the diving within ourselves and around us?  It is very VERY easy...

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One Change Could Save Your Life by Caryn O’Hara

One Change Could Save Your Life by Caryn O’Hara

Almost dying may not give you bragging rights, but what it does give you is the ability to offer sound advice about how to pull through a game changing experience. Two years ago when I...

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Stopping a Downward Spiral by Melissa Maher

Stopping a Downward Spiral by Melissa Maher

One thing I’m focusing on cultivating in my life these days are (even) more supportive, soulful female relationships. So the other night I joined into a sweet gathering of local heart-centered lady entrepreneurs in one of the...

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Modern Yoga: Self-Love or Self-Loathing by Karin Burke

Modern Yoga: Self-Love or Self-Loathing by Karin Burke

For the longest time, I wouldn’t engage in food and diet questions as a yoga instructor. I’d point out that yoga wasn’t intended to be a replication of the world outside, measured by superficial and often...

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You Teach Yoga? By Dianne Bondy

You Teach Yoga? By Dianne Bondy

Dianne Bondy is an E-RYT 500 with Yoga Alliance, the founder of Yogasteya.com, a wife, a mother, and an all-around inspiring yogini. She is also a contributor to Yoga and Body Image: 25 personal stories...

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I Do Yoga and I’m Not a Skinny, White Woman (via YogaDork)

I Do Yoga and I’m Not a Skinny, White Woman (via YogaDork)

I really want to practice yoga. God knows I do. I don’t want to practice to be super trendy, or because the clothes provide a little slimming effect. I want to practice because yoga, for me,...

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Creative Asana: Journaling for Release

Creative Asana: Journaling for Release

The first yoga sutra proclaims, “Atha Yoganushasanam,” or “Now begins the practice of yoga.” It is often interpreted as “yoga is now,” meaning yoga is this very moment, this now, right here. This is good...

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