We all know that Yoga and Meditation have serious benefits for our health and overall well being. But for pro athletes competing a high level, playing the game with Mind Control can be really rewarding. Super Bowl champion head coach Pete Carroll, who is in his seventh year as a head coach and executive vice president of the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks, requires that all of his players take yoga classes during the season and even credits the Zen practice for relaxing his players and keeping them focused on game day. Continue reading Mindfulness and Yoga in Sports
Talk of the town today – Mariah Carey on-stage fiasco at new year’s eve could have been avoided with some ace mind control techniques on her part. Carey, one of the top selling recording artists of all time and a five time Grammy winner while performing at Times Square in NYE, faced a technological breakdown which led to her song lyrics getting whacked out of sync which in turn let to her storming off the stage in a huff.
Our typical understanding of a Spiritual person is someone who is devoid of ambition and lives a life of peace, calmness and easy path of life. But that can’t be further from the truth. Think of any great personalities through history – Moses, Mother Teresa, Yogi Iyenger and Gandhi. Continue reading Badass AND Spiritual …?
Is Yoga a Sport? Some folks, especially men doubt that it is not. Maybe since Yoga inspires you to get in touch with your inner spiritual self and most men are averse to that. Today, although women are still a majority in most Yoga classes, men are increasingly practicing yoga, including some famous dudes, for fitness and well being. Continue reading Modern Yoga is a Sport
Style Statement of the moment or rather movement seems to be Spiritualism – and with good reason. Be it yoga, meditation, clothing or jewelry, spiritualism has transcended from a fad and has now become more Continue reading Why Spiritualism is the New Black