Posts From Angela Ambrose

6 Simple Steps to Meditating Right Now

Take a moment now to try this meditation technique of counting your breaths: 1) Find a quiet place free of distractions. 2) Sit comfortably in a chair with your feet

Why Exercising Outdoors Makes You Much Healthier and Happier

With the arrival of cooler fall temperatures, you’ll have more reason to get out and enjoy the fresh air and sunshine. Here are a few health benefits of taking your

5 Signs You’re Faking Yoga

We all engage in unhealthy, ego-driven habits from time to time, but the first step towards change is awareness. Make your yoga mat a sacred place…

Social Media Stokes Coronavirus Fears

Social media is a powerful force. It has the ability to connect family and friends from all over the world, create a sense of belonging and offer support – especially

Beyond the Poses: How to Overcome Disabilities through Yoga

Meet yogi Shawn Sullivan who is legally blind and has a form of muscular dystrophy causing progressive loss of sensation in his arms and legs. Find out how yoga can help someone like Shawn with disabilities…

Why We Keep Failing at New Year’s Resolutions

Very few people take New Year’s resolutions seriously. According to a recent study, only 8 to 12% of people who make New Year’s resolutions actually keep them, and less than

Letting Go

The mind, body and spirit are all connected, and when we open up on any level, this feeling of release can transfer to other parts of our being

Tired of Feeling Sleep Deprived? 6 Steps to Snoozing Soundly

Adequate sleep is a key part of a healthy lifestyle, and can benefit your heart, weight, mind, and more.

The Secret to Long-Term Weight Loss

Weight loss is about a lot more than just calories burned during a workout; it’s about the quality and quantity of food you put into your body throughout the day. Read for more information..

The Hidden Risks of Multitasking

Multitasking is way overrated. We have the illusion of getting more stuff done, but the quality of our work usually suffers and we rarely do anything to completion. When I