Increasingly, the phrase “Yin yoga” is floating through the yogi circuit airwaves, slowly getting louder and more insistent. But a lot of people are not clear on what exactly “Yin yoga” means, especially in turbo-paced places like New England, where Kulae is based. So, we decided to do some research and give you the shakedown on the new down dog.
Guest Blog – Transition from Winter to Spring with Grace Here we are, friends. Springtime! You see it in headlines, read it in people’s faces, hear it in their voices. Hope. A yearning. An approaching lightness. Eager for warmth. Anything to move away from the harshness of winter.
What is it? If you’re living in New England, chances are you’ve heard of Seasonal Affective Disorder (aptly abbreviated to SAD and otherwise known as seasonal depression). For those of you not in the American Northeast, what sounds like a goofy or trivial issue is actually a serious clinical condition that can alter half a person’s year this far north.
It’s the holiday season again, and stress can easily grow alongside all the festivity and cheer. Things get super busy, many end-of-year loose ends need tying up, and large/multiple family events can quickly lead to sensory overload.