meditation

The journey to self-discovery can be pitted with choices and regrets. For pro-surfer turned yoga instructor Heather Tiddens, the myriad of questions are the most valuable part of life's adventure.
At first attempt, Turbo Dog may seem like nothing more than a good triceps and latissimus dorsi challenge. Hold longer and it will serenade ego and spirit to meet. Meet Turbo Dog!
No time for yoga? Take five minutes to breathe, first thing in your day, and see how much of a difference it makes, without taking any extra time from your schedule.
60 seconds of silence and quiet twice a day at work - is it possible? Join in on our meditation challenge! Learn how to meditate and be accountable with our challenge starting today!
The questions you need to ask yourself before you pick a yoga style and school. Think through these questions about the school and yourself to get off on a great start in your yoga journey.
Meditating can be done anywhere and just about anytime. I do it. It's nothing to be ashamed of. Read on and I'll share my tips on how to incorporate this habit into your daily life.
Meditation is a simple as it is misunderstood. This video talks about some of the fundamentals of meditation with insight into common problem areas. Enjoy!
How can a video camera and some Post-It notes improve your athletic performance and life? Build on your practice of visualization technique with the tools in this video.
Visualizing any part of your athletic game is bound to improve performance and lower anxiety. This video will walk you through HOW to effectively visualize.
Does thinking too much interfere with your workouts? Learn how the brain actually works and how to use simple meditation to reach your full athletic potential.
Sometimes in an athletic endeavor, you can’t go wrong. You anticipate next steps and you feel invincible. Like Neo, in The Matrix. This is the phenomenon known as "flow."
A meditation can take place anywhere, at any time all that you need is yourself and your breath. Last week we discussed 5 common myths about a meditation practice.
A myriad of research that has demonstrated the positive effects of a meditation practice on stress, physical health, chronic pain, sleep, mood, concentration, and athletic performance.
Competition anxiety and stress can be detrimental to athletes in any sport. New research examined the practice of mindfulness meditation on pre-competition stress.
Diaphragmatic breathing is commonly use breath technique to reduce stress and relax the mind in yoga and meditation practices.
Take extra rest days even when you feel great and think you don’t need them. Try taking off at least 5-7 days if you are feeling the effects of over-training.