To all of my fellow yogis this is the month for you!  September is National Yoga Month! Yoga is more than a way to recharge the mind, stretch muscles and boost flexibly, the practice can reconnect an individual to their inner being and the community around them.

 But what is yoga?

Yoga can be summarized as three possibilities or approaches:

1. Yoga as Power–

Yoga can be explained as a means to attain a degree of power or control over the body and mind.  Yoga links the body and the mind through intense physical and mental effort. For instance, through rigorous physical practices a state of concentration is developed and maintained which is used to hold power over the body and the breath.    Within this approach, such control is often seen as prerequisite to the body and mind becoming free of disturbances and distractions.

2.  Yoga as Meditation – 

In this approach, yoga is a tool for a movement towards a deeper relationship with your sense  of soul, by searching both into and b...

I am again out on the road and this time I am at Hollywood Beach, Florida to work for the Black Enterprises - Women of Power Summit.  I had a chance to work as a nutritional consultant for Abbott Corporation who was a sponsor at this event. I really enjoy this conference because it give women a chance to network with positive like minded women. The speakers at this summit were Actress Vanessa Williams and Alfre Woodard who received Legacy Awards and Debra L. Lee, chairman and CEO of BET Networks.  To see the videos of these talks click here

 

 

 

 

                 

       

 

 

 

 

 

 

So excited to see all of these incredible women and hearing them speech but the best thing I had the chance to do at this trip was the sunrise beach yoga.  Hearing the soothing sounds of the waves splashing onto the shore., the sand stuck on my feet and seeing the seagulls flying around made me feel at peace and grateful for being there.  Our excel...

I have been meditating for a while and I love it!  But I am having a challenge of meditating for 20 minutes and doing this 2 times a day!  I have a very busy life schedule, like most people do and it seems harder to fit let only 5 minutes of meditation.  I have been starting recently to realize that this 20 minutes - two times per week of meditation can be done.  What we all need to do is make time for ourselves!  Instead of watching a hour television or looking at your social media sites, why not crave as a start 10 or 15 minutes of meditation.  

 

There are so many benefits you can get from meditation such a clearing the mind, sense of awareness and it eases many health concerns, such as high blood pressure, depression, and anxiety.  There is a study that show that meditation can make you have a creative mind.  Click  here for the article. With all of these benefits that meditation can give you, why not start doing meditation today...

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