What prevents us from experiencing the true radiance of our being are veils of beliefs and conditioned behaviors. The removal of these veils is the purpose of yoga.
The Yoga Tradition references paradise as an internal state of peace that is not a result of our external environment but actually lies in our ability to process resentment, let go of suffering, direct our thoughts, and rest in pure joy. Daily actions taken with awareness and intention gradually pave the way to our inner paradise.
Cleansing is a vital part of keeping our body systems in balance and promoting optimum health. A two week cleanse program not only helps you to lose weight, but offers an opportunity to re-set your system and put you on a healthy course for months to come.
During Spring the liver moves into a natural detoxification process which we are aid through cleansing, particularly through the consumption of green veggie juices and soups and yoga classes specially designed to aid in detoxification and creating balance. Join Kia for a 2-week guided cleanse on YogaGlo.
When you are with yourself, the full value of yourself, then even if you are not perfect it is OK. Then the practice is simply to stay fully true to what is coming through you at any given moment.
There are two common themes in my life and teaching as I enter 2017: Self-Mastery and Radical Action. By Self-mastery I mean learning how to direct the mind to serve the higher needs of our heart and soul. In this state, one is more connected, present,creative, fulfilled and radiant. By radical action I mean actions that take […]
This is a crazy time of fear and uncertainty. Many of us are caught in the drama of opposing energies and find ourselves drained of vitality and off-center. As yogis, thankfully, we have our practice to turn to, which allows us to disengage from the drama, to release the fear, and to hold a neutral space […]
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When in India the rest of the world fades into a distant memory. It is like the moment in meditation where your awareness expands and the volume on thoughts decreases. They are there but no longer disturbing. The present moment absorbs your attention.
These are the words of the Himalayan master Swami Rama, which pass through my mind every morning and evening as I sit down to meditate. Every meditation for me must start with this ‘sankalpa,’ a commitment to remember my determination – I am more powerful than the patterns of my mind.