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What does it mean to observe your thoughts?

If you’re anything like me, meditation can be a tough activity to approach. Doing and thinking of nothing, how does that even work? Meditation is the practice concentrating on something subtle that you fade into the stillness in body and mind. Many preach of its health benefits: it calms anxiety

May You Be Free, Aparigraha

Aparigraha, listed as 5th in Yama, Yoga Sutra, means non-possession of anything that gives suffering for someone and abstention from greed. In psychological terms, it means a state of non-attachment, non-craving and self-satisfaction. It is seemingly hard to practice this in this modern world, where we are dominated by materialism.

Discover Kundalini

As we know, Kundalini is a form of divine energy that is believed to be located at the base of spine, muladhara chakra. Kundalini awakening is way of tapping into a deep and powerful energy that exists within us all. When one experiences Kundalini awakening, he or she will experience

Pelvic Tilt and How Yoga Helps

Today, many people live in a sedentary lifestyle. The prolonged sitting has led to some musculoskeletal disorder such as knee pain, scoliosis and pelvic tilt. Today we will zoom into pelvic tilt and study its causes, symptoms and how yoga postures can help improve it. Anterior and posterior pelvic tilts

Comparison Between Yoga and Qigong

As we know, Yoga comes from India and Qigong comes from China. Interestingly, although they originate from 2 oriental civilisations where the culture, history, and philosophies are different, we can find some similarities in the philosophy and practices of Yoga and Qigong. The Energy System – Prana (Yoga) and Qi

The Chase

I started practicing yoga last February and decided to embark on YTT this October. Day 1 was a shock to me as one of the first things Master Ram said when he came in was, “I don’t care about asana, I only care about movements.” A year and a half

The Core Muscle That Truly Matters

For the longest time, I have associated core muscles only with rectus abdominis, otherwise known as ~abs~. We live in a society that glorifies the possession of the so-called ~6-pack~, making it the ultimate goal for any workout, a social trophy that could mean you have strength, endurance, and overall

Yoga & The Instagram Culture

#Yoga on Instagram has close to 90 million posts worldwide. A quick scroll instantly reveals an obvious trend – the posts mainly consist of aesthetic photos of young and thin women showcasing their mastery of inversions, backbends and complicated postures. Instagram has led to image and physical poses becoming an

5 Couple Yoga Poses To Strengthen The Bond And Become #CoupleGoals

Disclaimer: This post does not seek to idealise relationships in any way or form. It only seeks to provide a fun and lighthearted twist to the practice of yoga – albeit untraditional.   Most people think of yoga as a solo activity – one to reconnect with the self and

Discovering yoga beyond the mat: Yama and Niyama

For inner peace, to destress, or clear the mind. These are just some of the common reasons shared about why people love yoga. Unsurprisingly, yoga has the transformative power to foster calmness while we’re on the mat. How can we bring this to the remaining 23 hours of our day

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