Bakasana – June Pose of the Month Though many think this to be a tough arm balancing posture, it is really in fact, an intense hip opener. Follow these step by step instructions and offer yourself variations throughout the month incorporating side crow both supported and unsupported. If this posture is difficult, stand on a brick or two, to aid in getting your hips elevated. … Continue reading Bakasana – June Pose of the Month
It does not get hot here very often but when it does we feel it! With the temperature rising in the mountains, you might be starting to reach for some cooling and refreshing treats. Summer often inspires thoughts of ice cream, popsicles, coca cola and other childhood memories. While these foods might offer temporary cooling and a blast of nostalgia, they can actually inhibit your … Continue reading Best Cooling Foods for Summer
BraveSkiMom.com – Skiers are active people in the winter, so of course, we’re active in the summer. What do you do in the spring, summer and fall, when the snow has melted and the skis are hanging up? Bike? Run? Hike? Skiers are active people in the winter, so of course, we’re active in the summer. In addition to all of the above, I’ve been doing … Continue reading Exercise and Nutrition: What Do We Really Need?
MetaYoga411.com – Here is a pose that develops concentration and balance. It will stimulate a full range of motion in the shoulders. The chest expands fully and it tones and lengthens the leg and hip muscles. In Tadasana, take a few moments to establish your center. Find a point to gaze at either at eye level or on the floor. Shift your weight onto one leg. … Continue reading Natarajasana – May Pose of the Month
GreengirlMedia.biz – It’s a new week and it was a great weekend. Lots of sunshine and even a little pool time was how my family spent our April weekend. The sun was strong but the air was cool and we had light layers on. SUNSCREEN! Ooops…and now we are not so happy. This reminded me that it is time to buy and stock up on … Continue reading SUNSCREENS, THE FDA AND YOU