Seeing red is a good thing, if the red is on your plate. Research has found that the biological compounds that give certain fruits and vegetables their color also provide various health benefits. For example, the red of tomatoes and beets comes from specific phytochemicals—lycopene in tomatoes and anthocyanins in beets—that can help maintain heart […]
Micah Mortali, Director of the Kripalu Schools of Yoga and Ayurveda, invites you to bring compassion and full presence to your communication with others. Can you embrace the practice of listening?
by Roger Jahnke There are numerous practices that help you attune your awareness so you can discover the subtle energy of Qi—the energy of your life force. One of the most ancient is Yi Quan, a foundation method for cultivating Qi and accessing benefits for mind, body, and spirit. Yi Quan means “mind skill” or […]
Little known fact: Watermelon is indigenous to the Kalahari Desert area of Africa. For something that seems to be mostly water, this refreshing fruit packs a surprisingly powerful nutritional punch. A great source of the antioxidant molecule glutathione, which can dramatically aid the liver’s efforts to detoxify our blood, watermelon is also a good source […]
By Christine Arylo Falling in love with ME is a journey, an active adventure that touches every aspect of our lives. So vast and deep, the concept of loving one’s self can be hard to wrap our heads around. So let me give it to you in the simplest terms possible. Loving yourself completely is […]
An excerpt from Tending the Heart Fire: Living in Flow with the Pulse of Life by Shiva Rea The universe began in fire, an explosion so powerful that we are still basking in its radiance. Our very own bodies contain traces of elements that exploded outward to birth our galaxy at the moment of the […]