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Evaluate Your Dreams to Give Ajna Chakra More Vision

The Ajna chakra is the space of self-reflection.  It gives you the “right to see” – to understand yourself through the workings of your mind. The Ajna corresponds to the pineal gland which regulates the sleep/wake cycle. One of the ways I assess the energy of my Ajna is in dreams. The Ajna can be […]

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The Power To Emotional Health Lies In Your Sacral Chakras

Like all energy centers, when working with the svadhisthana chakra, it only takes one accepting impression on the mind to stay focused.  That impression can be an association with that particular chakra: awareness in the physical location, color, element, sense, a gland or organ, emotion, function, bija sound or any mantra or affirmation that sticks

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Happy Summer Solstice! Any Pittas Out There?

Whatever hemisphere you are in, we just passed through the solstice; an important annual event in the astronomical calendar. Though the idea of the days getting longer or shorter may seem like it has more to do with your electric bill, the amount of daylight we receive sets the tone for our food choices, practices,

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Why Menopausal Goddesses Should Nourish Their Adrenal Glands

It is my opinion as a 55 year old woman that when you go through menopause, biological knowledge is power. So is a therapeutic yoga practice that addresses the adrenal glands. Hot flashes, or vasomotor instability as it is called in medical terms, is partially a product of imbalance in the adrenal glands. Adrenal insufficiency

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Release Stored Emotions in The hips With Somatics & Yoga

The hips are lamentably but accurately considered the junk drawer of stored emotions. If you follow the belief that the issues are in the tissues, mental health conditions and trauma create physical symptoms in our body. Even when mental stress dulls or ceases, tension lingers in the tissues of the body in the form of

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Low Back Pain, Breath, and The Quadratus Lumborum

No single muscle (or pair of muscles like the Quadratus Lumborum – QL) should be held accountable for low back pain. Never the less, if you do have low back pain, the QL muscle is likely to be tight. QL is the deepest supporter in your lumbar spine (L1-L5, AKA ‘low back’). As such, it

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