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What is the meaning of yoga?

Yoga educates a person on a variety of topics – the 8 limbs, philosophy, spirituality, teaching lineages, etc.. Additionally, there are innumerable schools and traditions within the broader scope of yoga that continue to refine the wisdom tradition with literally each inhale. The minutiae can easily become overwhelming for new and experienced students alike. The purpose, though, a joie de vivra, becomes quite simple with consideration to the complexity of describing it. Yoga guides people on a journey intimately with their own souls. Destinations vary, but yoga is the universal language the describes how to get from here to there.
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Learn the Secret to True Healing

  The urge to avoid pain is hard-wired in our biology. All forms of dis-ease, stress and imbalance are uncomfortable and painful to some degree. And, when we are going through it, the quest for relief is easily a top priority. From your social media, the 6 o’clock news, your buddies at the water cooler – everywhere you turn, the messages we get are rife with miracle cures, quick fixes and assurances of relief. How many times have you bought into the promise of relief only to be disappointed by yet another fad? All of these promises are limited because they miss a fundamental
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Health Benefits of the Beach

Come to the Beach – for good health! Whether you visit Rehoboth on vacation, travel for business, or just live here – we can all agree the beach is a pretty awesome place. There are many reasons to love the beach, but we bet you don’t know all of these surprising health benefits from the beach: 1) Negative Ions Negative ions are produced when moving water, wind or radiation break apart air molecules, leaving an oxygen molecule with an extra electron. Because of the constant crashing and movement of the ocean waves, the beach contains naturally high levels of negative
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Coping with the change in season

Coping with the change in season Did you know that the common cold virus is always around us? There are many hypotheses for the higher infection rates during fall and winter: colder temperatures and the school season prompt people to spend more time indoors and increase the chances that viruses will spread, lower humidity levels allow the virus to survive easier, and the colder temperatures dry the tissues lining the nasal cavity making it more vulnerable to infection are just a few. Regardless of why we see more colds, you can take an empowered position to your wellbeing as the seasons change. Let’s
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