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10 tips for keeping holiday stress to a minimum Sometimes we let the madness of the holiday season get to us. There are gifts to buy, family to see, meals to cook and desserts to eat. As we approach the holiday season here are 10 tips for keeping it real and keeping stress to a…

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The Cat’s Meow in Health Benefits When we’re trying to find ways to reduce stress, meditation and yoga come to mind pretty naturally. But did you know spending quality time with a furry friend also has stress relief and health benefits? That’s right. Benefits can include physical, mental and emotional improvements. Improve Your Mood Those…

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What’sup with SUP yoga Yoga is soothing, meditative and restorative. We also believe that yoga is a lot of fun and that we should treat our practice that way by mixing it up from time to time. Today more than ever there are so many different types of yoga to choose from. Recently we embarked…

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Yoga is great for your mind, body and soul. Your wallet on the other hand, not so much. Lucky for you, we’ve got a few suggestions you can Om fo free. 1. Namaste with us every Tuesday at 6:15 pm Every Tuesday our fearless leader Daniela Syrovy teaches a 60 minute Vinyasa Flow. It’s completely…

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How to give yourself good head…massage A good head massage releases tension in the forehead and scalp areas while stimulating all your mental functions. On days when you feel you’re not firing on all cylinders try to give yourself a head or scalp massage. It only takes a minute or two to help get your…

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Is chocolate better than sex? We’re not sure if that’s true. What we do know is sometimes no amount of yoga and meditation gives us the same soothing, satisfaction as a delicious bite of chocolate. Here are five reasons chocolate just might be better than everything:   1) Dopamine is the body’s feel good hormone. The…

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Favourite places to practice Summer has arrived and there’s no better place to meditate or practice yoga than outdoors. Sometimes the sun and the elements can be too much. If you’re looking for a balance between indoor and outdoor practice, keep these options in mind: In a Yurt What is a yurt you ask? It’s…

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How to keep up your yoga practice even when travelling for business Our fearless leader, ClutchPR president Daniela Syrovy, is at Cannes Film Festival right now. But don’t think think her yoga practice is on hold because she’s out of town. As someone who travels regularly for work, Daniela’s mastered the art of taking her yoga practice on…

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Yoga Etiquette  Even the most seasoned of yogis can need a reminder about some yoga class do’s and don’ts. There’s nothing worse than being, or tolerating, the person waltzing in late, chomping on gum or chatting away as you try to get centred. We hold free yoga classes at ClutchPR every Wednesday at 6:15 pm. Here are the tips, tricks…

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We’re all big fans of coconut oil at the office. It’s great for your skin, hair, cooking and smoothies. But did you know it’s also great for your teeth? If you’re into yoga you may know Ayurvedic practices like oil pulling. If not, here it is. Oil pulling 101.     The practice of oil pulling is an ancient Ayurvedic tradition. The…

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4 Yoga poses for beginners and why they rock We recognize that not everyone can float up into headstand and practice yoga for 60 years straight so today’s post is a little Yoga 101 for beginners Here are four moves anyone can do and will only take a few minutes of your day to practice.…

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95 years young We came across the oldest yogi in the world and simply couldn’t resist featuring her. Tao Porchon-Lynch is 95 years young and a master Yoga teacher. She has been teaching professionally for over 60 years and her students have said they are inspired by her, “there is nothing you can not do”…

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People often ask PRs, entrepreneurs, working men and women of all types, ‘How do you juggle it all?” “How do you do everything?” The truth is we don’t do it all. We do what we can and reserve the rest for ourselves, our friends and our families. We strive for some of that elusive ‘balance’…