In our hectic world, meditation is one of the top ways to achieve peace of mind. Beginning or ending your day with a relaxing and insightful meditation session is an incredible way to reset your mind. There are many forms of meditation, but for those who have never tried it before – guided meditations can be the perfect starting point.
So what are Guided Meditations?
Vacations are a time of adventure, relaxation, and overall easy living. However, for vegans, the carefree air of traveling can be tinged with the added stress of seeking out plant-based meals – especially when we are traveling with non-vegans!
While I have certainly dealt with having to eat less than nutritious meals while abroad due to the lack of wholesome vegan options, I’m thrilled to report that I ate impeccably well on my recent trip to Paris!
As a yoga teacher, I’ve found immense pleasure in delving into and expanding my knowledge about the practice. From adopting the yogic principles into my everyday life, to studying each pose for all that they have to offer – yoga is my inspiration.
Therefore, each month on the blog I’ll be giving you a taste of what you need to know about a specific pose, in the hopes that my writing will help strengthen and motivate your practice:
This month I’m going to be talking about Cat-Cow:
Traveling, as enriching as it is, can be difficult. From jetlag, to sore feet, to nutritious vegan diets gone down the drain, traveling anywhere other than a tropical beach destination is no simple feat.
However, as veganism becomes more popular and wellness continues to be a hot topic, being a vegan on the road has become far easier.
In fact, just last week I was on a plane to Paris. I wasn’t sure what do expect from the vegan meal I ordered, but I was delighted to be served a delicious and nourishing meal in the sky. Here’s what I ate for dinner:
· Quinoa with Sweet Potatoes
· Chickpea Salad
· Chocolate Loaf Cake