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How to Do Laughter Meditation

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May 15, 2018
For five minutes just laugh. At first you will be forcing it, but soon the sound of your own attempt to laugh will cause genuine laughter. It may take several days before it really happens, for we are so unaccustomed to the phenomenon. But before long it will be spontaneous and will change the nature of your da.
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3 Yoga Tips for Your Yoga Practice

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May 13, 2018
I believe that yoga is a potent practice for self inquiry! It is a powerful tool for transformation. Even if you feel inflexible, the most important thing is to start! Below I give you three tips  to get you well on your way.
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Manduka Yoga Mat Review

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May 8, 2018
The best yoga mats are like a quality pair of shoes – they come in a wide variety of sizes, materials, colors, thickness, weights, styles, and textures and can last a lifetime! While there are plenty of yoga mat brands – I have been a Manduka yoga mat girl from day numero uno. My Manduka yoga mats (and shoes) each have a story to tell and the good thing is that they are guaranteed to last a lifetime. I'm here to help you choose the best yoga mat available. Since there are tons to choose from, it’s easy to get sucked into the hype and end up selecting the wrong one.
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Yoga for Weight Loss

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April 16, 2018

Yoga for weight loss can be better than high impact sports. I’ve almost always maintained a normal weight, but when I do put on extra pounds (physical and emotional),…

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How to Start Yoga

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March 19, 2018
It is said that yoga adds life to your years and years to life. But how to start yoga? Both morning and evening practices offer benefits for your body & mind. A morning yoga practice can ground & center you, contributing to your overall physical and mental health for the entire day. While an evening yoga practice can help induce a restful and peaceful sleep. It's a good idea to keep track of your yoga practice with information such as the dates, how long you practiced, what you practiced, what thoughts came to mind during practice. You can also follow up with some feelings: how you felt during and after your practice, how you felt during later in the day as well as the next day, which postures were challenging and which were felt good.