Your daily at-home yoga practice is your moving mediation. In order to truly unwind and go inward, however, you’ll need to ensure that you’re practicing in a relaxing environment. While rolling out your mat in your office can be good in a pinch, I highly recommend cultivating a sacred yoga room in your home.
In your yoga room, you’ll be able to let go of any and all daily stressors, and truly be present. Plus, the opportunity to decorate a new space is so exciting!
With the significant weather drop over the past few days, it’s never felt more like fall in Toronto. Due to this, I’ve noticed that I’ve been craving more comfort food lately.
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 Wild Thing:
While there are tons of great vegan eats for kiddos to snack on during their schooldays, I’ve been learning in a book called Little Bento about nutrient-dense vegan bento boxes!
Bento boxes check every box of a wholesome lunch. According to the author, Michele Oliver, each box should contain protein, complex carbs, vegetables, fruits, and a little sweet treat. A fully loaded bento box provides kids with everything they need to stay full, function optimally, and learn during their schooldays.