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The best yoga pose for glowing summer skin

General by Liz Eustace

Whether it’s by diet, lifestyle or what we do on the mat, we’re always looking for natural ways to get healthier looking skin. Celebrity yoga teacher Kristin McGee must have read our minds, because she’s been focusing on glowing skin for summer on her blog (which is full of great content, by the way). Here, she shares the best yoga pose for great summer skin.

The power of seeds

General by Liz Eustace

Founder of Power of 3, Anne-elise Stern has degrees in business, aerospace, holistic health and yoga. So when her job as a commercial pilot was using up her precious energy, she dug in and spent over a year developing the perfect food that could keep her 'fueled'. 
 
Her creation is the Power of 3 and it combines seeds that are whole foods, gluten free, organic and are naturally fortifying because they contain omega 3s, protein and fibre.

Get Mindful at the JCC this Summer

General by Liz Eustace

The JCC Manhattan is proud to offer two ways for you to learn Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) during the Summer!

Prime for Mother's Day!

General by Liz Eustace

Turns out there is still plenty (well, maybe not plenty!) of time to get your Mom a great and thoughtful gift for Mother's Day.  And they can ordered from the comfort of your own desk. That's right, these few little treasures can be ordered through Amazon Prime and delivered to you OR Mom just in time for Sunday... and shipping is free for Prime Members!

Spring cleaning with essential oils + natural tub scrub recipe

General by Liz Eustace

Spring cleaning with Essential Oils:

Often, we have rituals associated with cleaning for spring. Some of us throw open the windows, roll up our sleeves and scrub away the winters’ accumulation of dirt, dust, salt and mud from lingering snow.

Lessons from James Altucher on divorce

General by Liz Eustace

James Altucher is someone whom I follow. I like his brain. 

The way he writes is like a roller-coaster - it's uplifting and soaring and then it can crash. If you follow him long enough – it’s kind of like the way, he describes his life.

When I lived in NYC, I had the chance to meet James in person. He had to run but I often regret not pushing the envelop and asking a little more assertively, if he could spare just a few minutes more. You can feel his brain moving at an incredible pace and it makes you sit on the edge of your seat.

Make time to meditate

General by Liz Eustace

"I don't have time to meditate" is often the response when I ask people if they practice. And almost always the words are said with stress and anxiety.

I recently read a few lines in Wherever you go there you are by Jon Kabat-Zinn that frames this question of available time with such simplicity, that I wanted to share. 

6 yoga poses that are perfect for travel

General by Jessica Bellofatto

Have mat will travel: a yoga sequence that's perfect for those on the go.

Alone time?

General by Greatist.com

Those reading this article alone might want to grab a buddy. Over the past few days, a certain study on loneliness has gotten a lot of hype. According to the research, lonely people are actually less physically and mentally healthy than their social butterfly peers. But here’s the good news: Preferring to spend some time solo doesn’t automatically mean a trip to the doctor’s office.

Natural Pick Me Up: 22 ways to boost your energy without coffee

General by Greatist.com

Most of us have been there: a super-productive morning finishing projects, working towards inbox zero, and fighting the urge to tweet at co-workers. (Just us?) Then the clock strikes two and we might as well pull down the shades, throw on pajamas, and hop into bed.