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A New Year of Writing Begins…Again!

A New Year of Writing Begins…Again!

And it is already February.  Once again I am challenging myself to write much more this year and keep everyone updated on what is going on in a yoga instructors life for a year…years.  I intend to try again this year to make this happen.  Heres hoping I am successful. I am also in the [&hellip

Calcium

Calcium

What is Calcium? Calcium is the most common mineral in the human body. Almost all the calcium that we have in our bodies is found in our bones and teeth. Only about 1% of this calcium is circulating in our blood and tissues and as such, levels need to be maintained in a very narrow [&hellip

Take a Number.

Take a Number.

I just recently saw that movie “Taken” with Liam Neeson.  And I was taken!  The premise is essentially that a former spy (Liam Neeson) uses his skills to help rescue his daughter who was kidnapped and forced into a slave trade ring. 

OUR NEW WEBSITE!

OUR NEW WEBSITE!

We are so excited to introduce the NEW and IMPROVED Yoga Bean Magazine website to you. Alex, our website designer extraordinaire, has done an amazing job helping me create a clean, professional and “magazine-like” website for everyone to enjoy

‘Refresh!’ Your Mind

‘Refresh!’ Your Mind

‘Refresh!’ – an internet correspondent told me, when I questioned him for info that, unknown to me, he had just updated.  Having navigated to his page while he was uploading, I wasn’t aware that, seconds later, I was staring at an outdated page. 

Walking is Healthy

Walking is Healthy

Walking is something that we as humans take for granted and, without realizing it, some of us actually walk the equivalent of several miles per day. Walking is a low-impact exercise that can be used as a stepping stone to higher levels of cardiovascular activities. It’s natural, safe, and healthy

Namaste! – December 2010 Issue

Namaste! – December 2010 Issue

I have finally started putting gloves and a scarf on when I head out for work.  I still have a few layers on, no jacket or coat yet, but I do have my gloves, hat and scarf on when it’s absolutely needed.  I love the cold weather!  It rejuvenates me.  And so does YOGA BEAN [&hellip

PUPPIES!

PUPPIES!

Oh how my life has changed since I began sharing my days with you

Yoga On and Off the Table: You are How You Eat

Yoga On and Off the Table: You are How You Eat

  Yoga, essentially a way to mental harmony, clarity, and liberation, keeps, at the same time, a vigilant eye on physical health.  Mind being a dependent part and parcel of this body, this rather makes sense. The strong concentration that leads to yogic insight is a mental power that, as anyone who has done an [&hellip

Dair-y I try?

Dair-y I try?

  I’ve always been interested in the idea of making things from scratch.  That’s why I am an avid canner and I also make my own soap, candles, body scrubs, spice combinations for cooking, and tea, among other things.  But what about really getting into that way of living. How freeing.  For instance, making your [&hellip