Black Garbanzo Beans are a true gift from the mountains of India. Black Garbanzos or “Kala Chana” are a cousin of the Garbanzo Beans we have in the west. Smaller and dark brown, the bean is prized for giving strength. The beans grow at high altitude. During the rainy season, lightning plays over the fields […]
Don’t have time for a full yoga set? Try The Commuter’s Special! In 15-20 minutes you’ll be ready to go! This class was taught during the UCLA series at the Melrose Ashram, 1971. Sit straight, in Easy Pose. Hands in Prayer Pose at the heart center. Eyes rolled up to the 3rd Eye Point, between […]
You must understand, when your liver gets backed up, your skin starts to do the liver’s job. It is called, “pimples, acne”. Give your liver, skin and digestive system a break! Food you eat should leave your body in 24 hours. Otherwise, problems show up. If you don’t really know how fast or slow your […]
Freaky/Fidgety Friday? Came to work and find yourself stalking the clock? Going for another cuppa…and another, and another? Already finished your energy drink, green tea and half your lunch? Constantly refreshing email, in hopes of confirmation for that After Hours release? Restarted the computer twice, thinking that would help? Running an antivirus scan, “just in […]
Here are 3 simple yogic things you can do to change your energy around work on Monday morning.
Summer Solstice is the traditional gathering time for Kundalini Yoga teachers and practitioners. My first Summer Solstice was in 1977, a year after I had moved into the New Haven, CT ashram. This was the first year we all gathered on the land known as Ram Das Puri. We set up our tents out past […]