WELCOME TO APRIL, all with a passion for yoga and astrology! Here came Astrology 911 Warning from Astro twins who are sending us like tsunami warming “Get to Higher Ground!” we rather listen to their saying now: “Plant those hooves on terra firm, but be mindful of how far you dig them in. The "horned" … Continue reading Yoga: April 2018 “Get to Higher Ground!”
Happy Full Moon Greetings: I have a passion for astrology and all my students know that each zodiac sign is recognized and honored in our yoga circle. So let us use joyful expression from Debra Silverman who share her wisdom about upcoming Full Moon on March 31, 2018. It will time time when the Sun … Continue reading YOGA: Full Moon and Aries
It is a spring time and air elements is felt in the air. I my classes, I always welcome seasonal changes that gave us opportunity to 'close and open' us to a new element and its vibration in our life. Meditation in a micro form is part of my yoga classes that everybody love it … Continue reading YOGA: Meditation and LOVE
Can you feel a new life in the air? Spring will arrive in any days and springtime is a natural time for growth, renewal and regeneration. At this time of year, all holistic practitioners recommend their patients undergo a week long fast to clean the blood and rejuvenate the body. Therefore, today during our yoga … Continue reading YOGA: Spring Body Cleansing – Liver, first!
Just Imagine for a moment that five friends of you are in line to meet your favorite celebrity. The celebrity greets friend A, who happily geeks out and then is content after the encounter. Next, friend B gets celebrity time and immediately has to sit down to calm their nerves after the excitement but is … Continue reading YOGA: Five Koshas are five friends around you.
My food memories for India travel time, very yummy!
Holi( Festival of Colours) is a Hindu spring festival celebrated in the Indian subcontinent. It signifies the victory of good over evil . It is also celebrated as a thanksgiving for a good harvest. It lasts for a night and a day, starting on the evening of the Purnima (full moon day) falling in the Vikram Samvat Hindu Calender month of Phalguna,which falls somewhere between the end of February and the middle of March in the Gregorian Calender.The first evening is known as Holika Dahan(Holika Bonefire) and the following day as Holi/ Dhulandi Phagwah . On Holi people visit family, friends and foes to throw coloured powders on each other,laugh and gossip then share Holi delicacies, food and drinks .Here is five authentic Holi recipes
1- Rose Thandai( Almond spiced milk)
Thandai or Sardai is an popular Indian chilled flavored beverage, it is traditionally associated with festival like Mahashivaratri and…
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