Kylee Ross

How to Be Kinder to Yourself

Being kind to yourself doesn’t always come naturally. The phrase “you are your own worst critic” rings true for a reason. In this animation from the Greater Good Science Center, psychiatrist Elizabeth Guinto takes a self-compassion break with these easy steps. A Mindfulness Practice: Be Kinder to Yourself 1. Think of a situation in your […]

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How Mindfulness Helps You Cope with Stress

A growing body of research finds that mindful people tend to be happier and feel less stressed. We’re not entirely sure why this happens. One possible explanation is that mindful individuals have an easier time taking life’s challenges in stride, and are more flexible in the ways they deal with difficulties. This, in turn, may […]

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Mental Illness – A Disorder of Perception

Mental Illness – A Disorder of Perception

Do you think the world is going crazy or going mad? If you do, then you are not the only one who thinks this way. Most people feel they are living in a world of confusion and chaos. If you look around you, that is the reality you will see. But what you see is…

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How Much Self-Care Is Too Much?

How Much Self-Care Is Too Much?

When my client asked me that I asked her, “are you able to keep up with your obligations and marketing initiatives?”The answer was not only a yes, but…It was a whopping, “I have more time in my schedule to get things done then I ever have!!!”This is because she is clear on her three goals…

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The Different Types of Yoga – An Introduction to The Most Common Yoga Styles

The Different Types of Yoga – An Introduction to The Most Common Yoga Styles

Yoga is a training system for body and mind that can be traced back more than 5000 years. It focuses on what is here and now and on being present. Therefore yoga has become more popular than ever – it brings back focus on the present, in a world that is constantly changing and where…

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Building Chataranga Dandasana From the Ground Up

Building Chataranga Dandasana From the Ground Up

What is the correct height for Chataranga Dandasana (Four Limbed Staff Pose or Push up Position to you and me?) How high of the ground should our body be? What should we do with the shoulders or shoulder blades? How should the hands be positioned? Where do the elbows go? It's pretty complex. I prefer…

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How To Choose A Yoga Mat Bag

How To Choose A Yoga Mat Bag

A Yoga Mat Bag is a pretty important accessory when it comes to yoga practice. If you practice regularly, sooner or later you will be consider purchasing your own yoga mat. This is inevitable for anyone who is serious about their practice. Once you invest in your mat, you will start carrying it to class,…

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Is Yoga A Sport?

Is Yoga A Sport?

Over the last couple of decades, yoga has really been gaining popularity. Women seem to have more of a handle on it than men. They understand all of the subtle nuances that make it what it is. Many men don't even know whether yoga is a sport or not. No, yoga is not a sport.…

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Change Your Life With Yoga

Change Your Life With Yoga

People have practiced Yoga for many years. Lately, it has risen in popularity for several reasons. Yoga: Is a great way to stay healthy and slim Puts one in touch with their innermost thoughts Provides balance in an ever-changing, complex, crazy world Maharishi Mahesh Yogimade made yoga popular in the 1960's. Because he also popularized…

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Frequently Asked Questions About Yoga Postures and Classes

Frequently Asked Questions About Yoga Postures and Classes

Yoga can be overwhelming to both insiders and outsiders alike. There are so many details, poses, and nuances that it can be difficult, especially if you have a question on a pose or detail. Here are some questions and answers about yoga that get asked everyday. Hope you find it useful: Q: How do I…

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