Question: Is yoga more popular worldwide than before?
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With increasing reports of unsafe chemicals in everyday products, people are constantly seeking healthy alternatives for their favorite things. Choosing organic, recycled, or biodegradable products is fast becoming habit. Even eco-friendly laundry detergents and beauty products are quickly finding their way into mainstream supermarkets. It should seem only natural, then, that the “green” trend is especially popular in the gentle world of yoga
Out with the old, in with the new. Come spring, this theme seems genetically encoded in every single one of us. From the bear emerging from his long hibernation to the trees and flowers blossoming, the waking world makes its annual fresh start each spring. In harmony with the season’s revival, our bodies also shift into high gear, letting us experience a welcome burst of energy
Short and sweet, the heart of the vivid autumn season is possibly the most beautiful time of the year. Leaves change to brilliant shades of red, gold, and orange and fall quietly to the ground. The air cools and a refreshing briskness greets us in the morning. Days get shorter and curling up on the couch with our loved ones once again becomes a cozy thrill in the evening
With Thanksgiving and Christmas on the near horizon, there is definitely a holiday buzz in the air. In the shift from colorful autumn to cozy winter, this spirited season is marked by dinner gatherings, lively parties, and evenings by the fireside with friends and family. It’s a time of hospitality, good company, and warm, inviting foods and festivities. I often imagine big mugs of honey-sweetened chai tea, fresh-from-the-oven caraway bread with melted butter, or my favorite: sumptuous, flavorful soups and stews
Get ready to dance, laugh, and sing your way through each day. This week, Wai Lana, popular host of the long-running PBS series Wai Lana Yoga, gives us her Little Yogis Fun Songs. The perfect Christmas present, this charming CD offers 12 catchy tunes with intelligent, playful lyrics that will warm everyone’s hearts. This gem of an album is a stocking stuffer you can truly feel good about giving
In an age when ADD and ADHD have become household terms, it’s become critical to help our kids achieve a state of health, balance, and happiness—without a prescription. Perhaps more than anyone, children feel the pressures and insecurities of life in this world. It’s also easy for youngsters to be negatively influenced by the flood of mixed messages conveyed through television, the Internet, games, and movies.
With ADD and ADHD rates skyrocketing in the United States over the past decade, it is critical to find natural ways to help our children achieve a state of balance and relaxation—without a prescription. Wai Lana, host of the long-running PBS series Wai Lana Yoga, provides a solution for tired or troubled youngsters with her latest CD, Daydream.
Wai Lana, world-renowned yoga teacher and host of the long-running PBS television series Wai Lana Yoga, has launched three new product lines to promote natural health, fitness, and beauty. They are Wai Lana Supplements, Wai Lana Green, and Wai Lana Yogaroma. The Wai Lana Supplements line includes ayurvedic, herbal, vitamin, and mineral supplements, the Wai Lana Green line offers ecologically sound yoga and fitness products for adults and children, and the Yogaroma line delivers high-quality, all-natural body and bath products.