1. If I weren’t a dancer, I’d be: A politician. I’ve always been into civil service and community development.
2. The best advice I’ve ever heard: Be yourself!
3. What I crave the most: To be living in my purpose
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Calm Amid The Storm
Physician and yoga therapist Ingrid Yang has been serving on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic since it began. Her preferred prescription? Pranayama
Teachers Share Works - They Read at the End of Class
Shine by Andrea Gibson
Dancing with Fire: Flow through Pitta Season's Heat with Ease
According to Ayurveda, we're in pitta season, which brings warmth and activity. The summer's fiery energy fuels your desire to get out there and do things—like picnics, camping, and pool parties.
Find Balance, Flow, and Ease in Your Home and Headspace
Your physical space is a manifestation of your mental space, says home consultant Sarai Reed. Finding ways to release stagnant energy in your home can create room for abundance, flow, and ease in your life, she explains.
I Measured My Brain Performance. Here's Why You Might Do the Same.
I'm sitting on a leather couch in an unassuming warehouse in Denver. There's a Ping-Pong table behind me, but I'm not at a party—I'm having my brain scanned.
Free Your Pelvis to Find Your Best Twist
One day when I was practicing Upavistha Konasana (Wide-Angle Seated Forward Bend), I stretched to one side. I firmly anchored my pelvis, keeping my sitting bones on the floor, then I twisted toward my left leg and reached for my left foot with both hands.
Lose Weight, Feel Great
Nutrition expert’s advise on how to lose weight with a healthy shake
How Learning Bharatanatyam Classical Dance Helped Expand My Understanding of Yoga
Before last spring, I had a well-established yoga routine: my own daily practice, teaching three classes a week at a nearby community center, and a volunteer gig teaching inmates at the Ottawa-Carleton Detention Centre.
Ayurveda Can Teach Us to Tend to Our Own Health — and the Earth's
It’s winter and a year into a pandemic, and I’m talking from my home in Boston via Skype with a doctor in Secunderabad, India—not for a diagnosis of any one illness, but about the precarious health of both individuals and the world.
Avidya: The Absence of Right Knowledge
I was recently watching a TV sitcom where a character had been deeply offended by her friend. After a full day of nursing her resentment, the character realized the rude event never happened—she had only dreamed that it had