LIFESTYLE

6 Ways A Good Night’s Sleep Will Improve Your Life

New research shows not getting a good night’s sleep has become as big a risk to your health as poor diet and lack of exercise. This epidemic of sleeplessness did

Change Maker Spotlight – Ryanne Cunningham

Ryanne Cunningham is a 500-hour Certified Yoga Instructor currently teaching Vinyasa Flow classes and Yoga For Athletes Classes. She owns Flow Yoga Studio in De Pere, Wisconsin.  Ryanne has owned

Encouraging an End To Violence through Yoga & Meditation

As a new mother, I am concerned for the future of my child. Not a day goes by that we don’t turn on the news and hear another story of

Healthy Hacks for Moms of Today

The number of moms opting to stay at home has steadily declined over the last few decades.  With the internet inspiring more “mompreneurs” than ever, modern motherhood is at a

Chinese New Year is one of the biggest traditional Chinese holidays

It is an opportunity to honor family and friends and enjoy some culinary traditions. Check out these traditional Chinese dishes and why they should not be overlooked this New Year.

Four Easy Ways To Practice Self Love And Acceptance

‘You have got to learn to love yourself!’ Is what a friend once said to me at a time when my self-esteem felt lower than a sea snail in the

Dangers of sleeping on a Bad Mattress

Mattresses are not made to last forever. In fact, the average lifespan of a mattress is around ten years, according to Consumer Reports. This is, however, the case for higher

10 Characteristics of the Best Yoga Teachers

I’ve been asked often over the years, “what are the top characteristics found in the very best teachers?”. These would be the key attributes that set apart the true “Difference

Stress, Struggle & Strawberries: Inquire Within

  Eat the strawberry. That’s the thought that sticks out in my mind about that moment. And how tender it was, when just a couple hours before I was a

5 Ways to Stay Inspired in Yoga

I teach a lot of yoga.  About 300 classes a year for the past seven years.  Teaching that much you experience ebbs and flows.  Sometimes you feel a little dry,