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Liz Eustace

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Keeping healthy during covid-19

We’ve been talking about health and wellness for over a decade. Our approach is to make it fun and accessible for all and our goal is to help you feel better. Whether that means being more empowered by your work or experiencing…

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What is yoga?

What is yoga? What does it mean to you? We’re giving you some extra inspiration to hit the mat today. This two-minute video we shot at Wanderlust Vermont BACK IN THE DAY will provide all the motivation you need. We…

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Interviews

Hilaria Baldwin

This is my interview with Hilaria Thomas Baldwin – back when she was Hilaria Thomas and a teacher at Yoga Vida in Union Square in NYC. That’s when I lived in New York and took classes everywhere. I would interview…

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Practice@Home

Mother’s Day for you!

Hey Mom, mamma, mother, mum or ma – Happy Mother’s Day. Whatever you can do to steal 30-minutes out of your weekend, do it. Muster the motivation to put on some stretchy clothes and try Rory Bray’s class, found on Sweat and Tonic’s…

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Events

Women in Wellness

Join us on Wednesday, April 29th at 1pm EST for a conversation on the practice of yoga and the Covid-19 crisis. I’m thrilled to be hosting Liz Doyle and Julie Watson from AfterGlow Studio, Amber Stratton from Pure Yoga in…

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3 resources for mental health

We want to give you three easy, and clear resources to maintain optimal mental health during the Covid-19 crisis. As we’re thinking about food source, finances and what’s happening next with this intense and nasty virus… we’re asking our readers to…

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Practice@Home

Best online home workouts

Let’s start with yoga and meditation Gaia television Probably the largest online streaming compilation on all things wellness. We love this network because it has celebrity yogis like Rodney Yee, Seane Corn and many more. Their meditation and yoga classes available to…

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benefits of meditation

Health benefits of meditation “For a long time, meditation was considered a spiritual or religious practice, but we’ve found it extends far beyond that. It can elicit a physiological response in people who meditate regularly,” says Jacob Manjooran, MD, a…

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