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Attention Introverts: These 4 Self-Care Tips Will Help You Thrive

Image credit: Pexels Introversion, extroversion… For so long, terms like these were meant for the classroom or the occasional dinner party and yet, now, as the majority of our country is living under lockdown, they take on real meaning. Whether inclined or not, all of us – at least for the next thirty days – will become willing or forced introverts. While over the next few weeks Infinity Wellness and Yoga will be supplying you with ample poses, affirmations, insights, mantras

Unleash Your Inner Warrior

Warrior 2 - Distinguished Hero When we do any of Warrior poses, we are attempting to embody the inner qualities of the revered warrior archetype. Some of these warrior qualities are empowerment, courage, clarity, and non-attachment. Standing Your Ground Finding our inner power (em-powerment) is an essential yoga aspect cultivated in the warrior poses. We can discover this palpably by learning to “stand our ground” – physically connecting to the earth’s foundation beneath us.

Breath Series

"Be aware of your breathing ... notice how this takes away from your thinking and creates ... space" - Eckhart Tolle Breathing is the most important part of a yoga practice. Your breath in yoga is your compass and your energy. In yoga we refer to the breath as Pranayama breath, prana meaning “life energy or life force.” By learning how to breath, you affect your life energy. By changing the breath we can directly change how we feel. Your breath is your ticket into your presen

Mudra Series

Mudra is a Sanskrit word meaning a symbolic hand gesture that has the power of producing joy and happiness. Regular practice of mudras not only contributes to one’s overall good health but can be used as a preventive measure, as well. Our hands define our karma and our fingers are our power points. This makes them a link between individual Prana force and universal energy. The position of our hands has the ability to influence the energy of our physical, emotional, and spirit

Mudra One: Chin Mudra

Did you know that your hands hold an innate healing power that has been used for centuries for healing various ailments? Mudra is a Sanskrit word meaning a symbolic hand gesture that has the power of producing joy and happiness. Regular practice of mudras not only contributes to one’s overall good health but can be used as a preventive measure, as well. Our hands define our karma and our fingers are our power points. This makes them a link between individual Prana force and u

Life is Full of Interruptions...

If you’ve been following my chakra series, you know we’re up to the sixth chakra: the beautiful indigo Ajna chakra. For the astute yogi, energy healer, and empath, it may be obvious what was going on with me before this Mother’s Day when my gallbladder decided to have an issue and I suffered from an abdominal hematoma, but it took me a little longer to catch on. I spent the holiday in the ER under the knife to stop the bleeding and, nearly the whole time, I kept thinking abou

Light Your Fire ... Chakra 3

The third chakra is also called the Solar Plexus chakra, or Manipura. The color yellow is connected with this power chakra and is symbolized by a ten-petal lotus. The solar plexus chakra is located halfway between the navel and rib cage. It is associated with the pancreas, liver, digestive tract, stomach, gallbladder, bladder, and spleen. This chakra rules personal power, will, and autonomy. It is the center where our personality is formed along with emotions, intuition, and

If You're Feeling Lost, Look Here First: Chakras 1 and 2 (Muladhara and Svadhisthana)

Chakra 1 … Grow Your Roots 🌱 The first chakra is also called the root chakra, or Muladhara. The color red is connected with this root chakra and is symbolized by a four-petal lotus. The root chakra is located at the base of the spine, near the perineum, and is associated with the base of the spine, legs, feet, bones, and large intestine. This chakra forms the foundation of the survival instinct. If you think of the center of a flower as the essence of that flower, the same

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