Tag "love"

5 Ways To Celebrate Love This Valentine’s Day

“Love creates a communion with life. Love expands us, connects us, sweetens us, ennobles us. Love springs up in tender concern, it blossoms into caring action. It makes beauty out

Discover Your Love Gap

Almost every day, life delivers some measure of discomfort or pain. We feel scared in our jobs. We get hurt in our relationships. We lose a desired opportunity. We become

Improve Your Online Dating Profile In 3 Simple Steps

I asked around and got some real people answers as to what makes an online dating profile tick and what makes an online dating profile tank!

When the Student Becomes the Yoga Teacher

Thinking about becoming a yoga teacher? It’s a rewarding experience. Click here to read the personal experiences of a first time yoga teacher.

How to Find Your Love Energy!

Love hurts but it doesn’t have to when we tap into one of the most missed factors of human interaction – energy! Find your love energy in this short quiz!

Change Maker Spotlight – Kimberly Spreen-Glick

Kimberly Spreen-Glick is an ERYT and YACEP with Yoga Alliance. She has had the privilege of teaching, coaching and speaking all over the world in the areas of fitness, yoga

Into the Heart of It

The fourth chakra, also known as the heart chakra, is related to the element air, hence the breath. The middle chakra in a system of seven, the heart is a balance point, and balance is essential to inner peace.

Manifesting the Life You Deserve: Why it Works and How to Get Started Now

If you’ve ever had any close encounters with your intuition then you know a little bit about the new age term called manifesting…

Unconditional Love – As Taught by the Four-Legged Masters

Another Valentine’s Day is upon us – a day when it often appears that everyone else in the world has a perfectly happy committed relationship based in deep, abiding, and

What’s love got to do with it, anyway?

Love…a four letter word that since the beginning of time has been a topic of books, songs and movies. It has started wars and ended wars. Yet, there is still