Posts Tagged ‘yoga’

Benefits of Meditating In the Morning

I love to meditate, it is extremely grounding and a really great way to reduce stress. Stress causes a huge drain on our energy levels because it lowers thyroid function. When thyroid hormones are low, your cells aren’t able to produce energy as efficiently.

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5 Awesome Health Benefits of Yoga

I have experienced the amazing health benefits of yoga first hand. When I was in university I was dancing five nights a week, but when exam time came around dance classes stopped and I started getting really bad back and neck pain.

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Gooey Gingerbread Protein Balls

Gooey Gingerbread Protein Balls are the perfect post-yoga or post workout snack. They taste just like dessert because they have all the deliciousness of gingerbread with an added protein punch. Gooey Gingerbread Protein Balls are made with sweet dates, iron-rich molasses, protein powder, crunchy nuts and warming spices. They are super easy to make because…

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What to Eat After Yoga

Two weeks ago I talked about what to eat before yoga, so this week I’m covering what to eat after yoga. What you eat after yoga is important because it helps your body recover and absorb the full benefits of your yoga practice.

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Superfood Trail Mix Recipe

Superfood Trail Mix contains a highly nourishing mix of nuts and superfoods that will provide you with lots of energy and health benefits. The crunchy nuts are complemented by chewy superfoods and rich raw cacao nibs making Superfood Trail Mix feel like an indulgent snack. In my practice I find a lot of my clients…

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NYA: Yoga and Nutrition Course

The BhojanaYoga Nourish Your Asana Series is a yoga and nutrition course that teaches you how to experience various health benefits through the foods you eat and the yoga postures you practice.

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Eating Before Yoga: What to know

Have you ever done yoga on a full stomach? If you have, you know how awful it is to be twisting or folding over a bursting belly.  A lot of yoga poses, especially forward folds and back bends, actually put pressure on abdominal organs making digestion very uncomfortable and difficult.

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