The future of the beauty industry is at risk thanks to the ever growing popularity of one healthy practice. The practice is simple, natural, healthy even, but what really puts the cosmetic industry under threat is that it is free. The practice I am referring to is face yoga, which has the ability to make skin more radiant, and facial features more symmetrical, all at your fingertips (literally). Face yoga is better than cosmetic procedures and products because it’s natural, easy to do, free, and most importantly, because it feels good.
Most people have positive things to say about meditation. From having changed their lives completely to helping them with the little things like sleep or patience, most people
love meditation. On the other hand, meditation just isn’t for everyone, and that’s okay. As someone who constantly lives on edge, everyone tells me to try meditation. I did for
a while, and I realized it just doesn’t work for me, and I’m assuming it probably doesn’t work for a lot of people.
It is no secret that practicing Yoga is an all-around great habit for your mental and physical help. It keeps your muscles elongated, can alleviate pain, helps with your breathing, and contributes to a healthy posture, all the while making you feel more calm and grounded.
There are at least 84 Hatha Yoga poses to choose from, each designed with a specific benefit in mind. There are some that help you relieve joint pain, others for your muscles and internal organs, and finally the most elusive ones: those that train the mind.
If there is anything that has evoked from the pandemic, it is the rise and acknowledgement of mental health. Bessel van der Kolk’s The Body Keeps the Score shares experiences and thoughts on overcoming a traumatic experience and techniques that are used to recover from those scars. Everyone has had at least one traumatic experience, but they either have little impact or large impact.
As a natural anxiety relief, many people take yoga as a way to relax and be one with themselves. I know for me, yoga has never been my cup of tea, but as an NCAA athlete, I quickly learned how yoga was more than just laying and listening to the soft sounds of nature. I […]
Yoga in the park. Yoga on the rooftop. Yoga on the pier. Outdoor yoga has been practiced for ages now and New Yorkers have made it their business to reintroduce it and make it a trendy activity. Want to know where you can do outdoor yoga for FREE in NYC? Before the summer is over […]