Rise As One India

  IT IS TIME TO INSPIRE CHANGE AROUND THE WORLD! Who we are… Rise as One believes in inclusiveness. We provide the ever growing, global yoga community with an opportunity to rejuvenate the spirit of others and provide economic empowerment. We have experienced an emerging group of yogis willing to reach that next level of practice, […]

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Yoga 4 Diabetes_Rachels story

Unless you or someone close to you is diagnosed with diabetes it’s difficult to imagine the impact the disease has on your everyday life. That’s exactly how I felt until it happened to me. Type 1 diabetes is usually thought of as a disease that strikes in childhood but that’s no longer the norm. Out […]

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It’s Not ‘Junk’ As Labeled By Scientists

After thousands of years of being disconnected from higher dimensional frequencies, our DNA is finally breaking free from old patterns which have been stuck in a universal time matrix. However, humans will soon know and understand why 97% of our DNA has a higher purpose and why its transformation is leading us into an awakening that we […]

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Yoga 4 Everyone_Student profile

If you pay lots of attention to social media you may be under the impression that yoga is exclusively for the super-bendy, young and scantily dressed female. As wonderful as it is to be 20-something, look amazing in hot pants and touch your head with your toes in your Pincha Mayurasana I worry that this […]

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When Athletes Become Yogis

Yoga is a useful tool for mental clarity, injury prevention, sports recovery, and physical rehabilitation. Many athletes make their way onto a yoga mat at some point in their career, finding that the practice has benefits for the body, and beyond. As a lifelong athlete and professional athletic trainer, Kevin Pillifant both understands the benefits […]

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Yoga 4 Cultural Health: Another Reason Why it’s Not Just Physical.

Everywhere around us, it seems, we’re told that yoga is good for our health. If you don’t blow out your knees, yoga promotes physical flourishing and peace of mind. But what about a kind of health that isn’t just about individual bodies, but also about social vitality? Can yoga support something that we might call […]

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5 Ways to Explain Yoga to Children

Sometimes it can be hard to explain yoga to children. Here’s a way to make it fun and easy for both you and them! When we dream, we see different people, animals, trees, buildings, cars, yoga mats, and other objects. But who and what are all of these people and things in your dreams? Are […]

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 SeeBeNow – An Invitation with Intention

I am inspired by the idea NOW. The space we are all coming to as a species. The future is not dark. It is light. But to bask in that light we must act – not just talk – in this moment right here and now.     Source: An Invitation with Intention — SeeBeNow

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4 Practical ways for Women to Recover from Everyday Life Exhaustion. | elephant journal

The radical notion of rest—why it is vitally important that we do it. Too exhausted to think, too overwhelmed to respond, too fast, too full, too much, not enough, it’s a lot. These are the words I hear almost everyday, from the voices of the women I sit with. So, what is it that has us […]

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The Spirit of Yoga

The Byron Spirit Festival brings together leading yoga teachers, tantra masters, musicians and healers from Australia and abroad. The Festival also highlights the amazing folk living in the Byron Shire, providing a space for the many artists, shamans, healers and visionaries to share their gifts.

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A New Perspective

I found that when i was learning to do handstands that the most effective strategy was giving my mind something to focus on. Reading a book or a magazine while upside down was one thing I did and it was lots of fun. What was surprising to me over time was that I became more […]

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