The Top 5 ‘Yoga With Adriene’ Videos

Whenever someone tells me they’re thinking of trying yoga for the first time, I always recommend they watch a few YouTube videos first so they know what to expect. One of the YouTubers I send them to is Adriene Mishler of Yoga With Adriene. I like her videos because they’re easy to follow, and she always provides clear cues and instructions to make sure you don’t hurt yourself, and that you get the most out of the pose. 

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Exploring Movement Culture With Ido Portal

We don’t need a book of rules and regulations not a reason nor a philosophy in order to move. Not anymore than birds need a flight manual. ~Ido Portal Yoga has brought me a newfound appreciation for movement. Prior to cultivating a yoga practice, I was lazy and proud of it! I was always that…

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How to do Goddess Pose (Utkata Konasana)

Goddess Pose (Utkata Konasana) is a very empowering pose that can help you tap into your personal power and inner goddess! If you’re in a funk, use this pose to invoke your feminine energy (Shakti) and give you more power and strength throughout your day.

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Breathing is Self-Care

I’m encouraged by the outpouring of love and support for the people affected by family separation and ICE. There are many ways to help, but it can feel impossible to do anything if you’re struggling with your own problems. For those that are directly involved in this, or other community-centric work, it can be emotionally exhausting and draining.  Wherever you are in your journey, it’s vital to BREATHE.

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Rod Serling’s Social Commentary in ‘The Twilight Zone’

Rod Serling chose to make his social commentary by masking it within a safer context like science fiction. The Twilight Zone then becomes more than just tales of aliens, ghosts, time travel, talking dolls, and world annihilation, but tales of the standardization, conformity, communist fear, and anxiety of the atom bomb that were present in the ’50s.

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