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The Guide to Pain From Your Yoga Practice: Recognizing the Difference Between Good Pain and Bad Pain

Posted by Heather C. Lancaster | RYT200 on 9/19/2019 to Health & Wellness
The Guide to Pain From Your Yoga Practice: Recognizing the Difference Between Good Pain and Bad Pain
Here to inform you of the different areas of pain you may notice during or after yoga, it’s important to understand the difference between “Good Pain” and “Bad Pain.” While the good pain will “ultimately make you stronger,” the bad pain can develop gradually over years of consistent misalignment and over-stretching, resulting in longterm or permanent injuries.

Feel Your Feet with Becky (Tara) Eschenroeder

Posted by Heather C. Lancaster on 11/1/2018 to Health & Wellness

Inspirationally planting seeds within us, Becky helps us to grow into the person we wish to become. Her yoga classes are inspirational, filled with her own personal poetry and shared experiences of her personal journey. You know a yoga teacher is a powerful influencer in life when you tear up in their Savasana.

What is Stress Doing To Your Body?

Posted by Heather C. Lancaster on 12/5/2017 to Health & Wellness

Without taking notice of how your body and mind are responding, you could end up doing some serious damage to yourself.

Remember this Acronym Before Yoga { For Your Tummy's Sake }

Posted by Heather C. Lancaster on 10/27/2017 to Health & Wellness


{ For the Sake of Your Tummy }

Eating the right types of foods before yoga, or a sweat session of any kind, is very important. The less distracted your stomach is while your muscles are working, the better you'll be able to perform and get the most out of your workout.

SMODGS, with its many meanings, is a helpful word/acronym to remember before yoga.

What Happened When I Tried this 14 Day Lemon Detox

Posted by Heather C. Lancaster on 9/20/2017 to Health & Wellness


Searching the web for an easy fix to my ever-changing body, I came across an image titled “Lose 22 pounds in 2 weeks with this Lemon Diet.” I read it over, intrigued by its simple request, “drink watered-down lemon juice every morning an hour before breakfast.” . . . Okay, what’s the catch?

Yoga Pose Sequence for Flat Tummy

Posted by Heather C. Lancaster on 7/24/2017 to Health & Wellness


Check out the 16 yoga poses we chose to help trim excess belly fat and tone your abs for a flat tummy.

Which Foods to Eat Per Chakra

Posted by Heather C. Lancaster on 6/15/2017 to Health & Wellness

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Each chakra associates with a specific part of our body, applying energy to the organs within and around it. After heeding knowledge from various yoga instructors, yoga nutritionists and enthusiasts, it has been concluded that eating foods associated with each chakra’s prime color representation is a good method towards healing and nourishing that specific part of the body.

Yoga Poses to Aid with Menopause Symptoms

Posted by Heather C. Lancaster on 5/18/2017 to Health & Wellness

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After listening to women discuss their menopausal symptoms and the struggles they face while migrating through this transition, I decided it would be great idea to research and develop a list of common yoga poses that could help aid those pesky menopausal symptoms.  

Can You Overdo it On Probiotics?

Posted by Heather C. Lancaster on 5/1/2017 to Health & Wellness


We love probiotics, our digestive system enjoys the live bacteria and yeast to help keep its gut healthy. My question is, after taking probiotics for years on a regular basis, is it possible to overdo it? What happens to our bodies when there’s too much good bacteria?

Calorie Count: Hatha, Vinyasa, and Hot Yoga

Posted by Juliette Oliva on 2/12/2015 to Health & Wellness
Ever wondered how many calories you actually burn in the yoga studio? Does hot yoga burn more than regular yoga? In this article, we look at 60 and 90 minute yoga classes of various styles to see how they measure up!
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