Fast food has become equivalent to bad food over the last few decades - heavily processed, pre-cooked, high in fat, sugar, sodium, and calories. Yet we still eat it because it's cheap, fast, and addictingly tasty. But fast food doesn't have to be bad.
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- Tuesdaynights Fireside Chat with Kimberly Fowler, Founder of YAS
Are you planning your next yoga vacation as summer approaches? If you dream of golden beaches, crystal blue water, breathtaking views, and a relaxing spot to practice yoga and meditate, but want to avoid the group-setting of a yoga retreat, here are the top yoga destinations this summer you can travel to alone or with a loved one!
Due to the multiple touted health benefits of tea, many are making the switch from coffee to tea, proclaiming that the latter is superior to the former. But do you know what makes each type of tea different from one another, and how each yield health benefits on the mind and body?
At Tuesdaynights’ first event of the year on February 7, 2017, we had the pleasure of speaking to Kimberly Fowler, the Founder of YAS who is known as the “Godmother of the Hybrid Movement.”
In the previous article, we talked about how the word “Namaste” is often used without its deeper meaning being comprehended. (Read it here) This time, we would like to take a look at how mala beads suffers from the same fate in the Western world, and explain their deeper spiritual significance.
In the health and fitness communities, we hear and say the word “Namaste” often enough, but do you know what it really means?
When Lainey Morse, then a marketing professional and photographer, decided to hold a goat yoga class at the back field of her farm in Albany, Oregon, she had no idea she would one day become a “Goat Yoga Mogul,” with more than 500 people waiting to be in her class.