The Subconscious Mind

29 Feb No Comments admin Speaking of Kundalini ,

Did you know that everything we see, hear, do, touch, or feel gets stored in our subconscious mind? Yes, everything! Think about that: every single experience, movie, thought, feeling, photograph, relationship- everything is stored in the subconscious mind. Wow-it must be getting pretty crowded in there! Now imagine the subconscious

Teacher Feature: Linda Hutton

29 Feb No Comments admin Teacher Feature

What got you into yoga? After struggling with addictions for many years, I joined a recovery program and achieved sobriety. As a result I gained a sense of well-being and some clarity of mind. But I was still misssing some sort of connection or belonging until yoga found its way

Whole-ness in Union

29 Feb No Comments admin Classes

There is a radiant child in all of us. Daily life will draw us into routines and patterns of relating that can draw us away from our natural wonder, but it just takes a moment to stop and look around. Yoga is a way of relating to that wonder. And

Teacher Feature: Sunder Kaur

26 Feb No Comments admin Teacher Feature ,

  I started practicing with a few different meditation groups after my husband Keith died 15 years ago. One group in particular was at a fitness gym taught by a yoga teacher. She used alternate nostril breathing and chakra visualizations as part of the meditation. It was at that point

Mango, Banana and Blueberry Salad

25 Feb No Comments admin Recipes, Salads

A delicious healthy blend of fresh fruit in a tangy honey-ginger dressing. 1 large mango 2 bananas, sliced 1 1/2 cup blueberries 3 tsps fresh lemon juice Dressing 3/4 cup nonfat yogurt 1tsp honey 2 tsps minced candied ginger Combine dressing ingredients and pour over salad. Serve on watercress if

Gong Immersion & Meditation

16 Feb No Comments admin Classes, Events , ,

The Gong immersion and meditation, through the creative sound and vibration of the Gong, allows for deep relaxation and rejuvenation. We will move gently, meditate and have a 45 minute gong bath. “The sound will carry you beyond your fears. The pressure (of the vibration of the gong) will release

Holiday Gingersnaps

31 Jan No Comments admin Desserts, Recipes ,

I don’t know about you, but any excuse to eat cookies is welcomed. This is a favorite of mine and my family’s. Who could have Christmas without baking cookies? I recommend using Black-strap molasses, because it has lots of nutritional value as a great source of calcium and iron. 1

Naad Your Head If You Like To Chant!

30 Jan No Comments admin Classes, Events ,

Have you ever sung a heartfelt song and felt uplifted and light afterwards? There’s a reason for it. When we sing, we create a vibration in our head and body that changes the chemicals in our brain that make us feel good. In Kundalini Yoga, we chant mantras. “Man” means

Carrot Ginger Soup

25 Jan No Comments admin Recipes, Soups

Share the love this Valentine’s Day with a recipe that is sure to please. This creamy soup is brimming with healing anxtioxidant rich properties. Beta-carotene contained in carrots, which in our bodies then converts to Vitamin A, helps to strengthen the immune system and is a great cleanser for the

Winter Vegetable Chili

1 Dec No Comments admin Main Dishes, Recipes

I couldn’t resist sharing this recipe as I have been inspired to cook for the first time since spring. Cool nights and mornings have put me in the mood for chili and this happens to be the best chili I’ve ever eaten…and it’s vegan! 1/4 cup vegetable oil 1 onion,

The Age of Aquarius

1 Dec No Comments admin Speaking of Kundalini

The Age of Aquarius is almost here. Yogi Bhajan, the Kundalini Yoga Master who brought Kundalini to the United States in the late ‘60s, predicted that it would begin on November 11, 2011 at 11:30AM. Yogi Bhajan believed that with the dawning of the Aquarian Age, our planet’s collective consciousness

Yoga Village Festivals

30 Nov No Comments admin Events

As the feature this month, we’re introducing our new YV Festival Blog, which we’ll keep updated with all the news about our adventures creating yoga festivals. St Pete Yoga Fest was a beautiful premier weekend with around 2000 particpants. Yoga Village is growing! The Sunken Gardens really is THAT beautiful,

New Affiliate Locations!

30 Nov No Comments admin Yoga Village News ,

Yoga Village is growing by leaps and bounds. We have two new affiliate locations in Saint Petersburg at Sunken Gardens and Unity Campus. All our members will be able to use their memberships or class passes to attend any class on the schedule. Click here for info on our memberships.

Mississippi Caviar

1 Nov No Comments admin Main Dishes, Recipes

Sunder’s classic Southern side was a hit at our Friday gathering on September 30. We know you’ll enjoy it as much as we did. 2 cups of dried Black-Eyed Peas, cooked then water drained off 1 Red Bell pepper, chopped 1 onion, chopped 1 large jalapeno, minced 3/4 bunch of

Meditate with the World!

1 Nov No Comments admin Speaking of Kundalini ,

Kundalini Yogis around the world are practicing a daily meditation that will end on November 11, 2011 (11/11/11). Yogi Bhajan believed the world would make its astrological shift from the power-based “Piscean Age” to the information-based “Aquarian Age” on that day. The meditations – a three-minute starter, then an 11-minute

Teacher Feature: Ramjot Kaur (Michelle Carolan)

1 Nov No Comments admin Teacher Feature

What got you into yoga? I started taking yoga about 15 years ago as a way to cope with a period in my life where I was suffering severely from anxiety attacks. I had gone to several doctors and they were offering a multitude of different medications, which I tried,

What Is Yoga?

31 Oct No Comments admin News

By Kerry Porter Wills Yoga has come to mean many things to many people. Our growing numbers attest to the growing interest of mainstream America. We are showing up for group classes in studios and gyms by the millions. We are buying videos, props, Eco-friendly mats and snazzy yoga pants.

Chickpea and Artichoke Salad

1 Oct No Comments admin Recipes, Salads

2 Shallots, thinly sliced 2 Cans chick peas (garbanzo beans), drianed and rinsed 1 Can of artichoke hearts, drained and chopped 1 TBL coconut oil 1 TBL chopped fresh rosemary Juice from 1 lemon 1/4 cup of sundried tomatoes 1 large roasted red pepper, diced   Heat Coconut oil in

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