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5 Tips for Healthy Living

I’m a firm believer in the idea that no one diet or lifestyle fits all, and that choices ultimately need to come from inner wisdom as well as guidance from the experts. Of course nutritionists, health practitioners and coaches are useful in guiding us with their knowledge towards new approaches in healthy living. But ultimately, only you know if the approach taken truly works.

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GETTING ALL OF YOUR MINERALS AS PART OF A HEALTHY DIET

Minerals are an essential part of a healthy diet. Minerals are sub-divided into macro and micro mineral categories. Both are essential to a healthy diet and to life. This means that we must get them through what we eat, the body will not produce minerals on its own. But macrominerals are needed in larger quantity than are microminerals.

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How to Start Doing Yoga – An Easy Guide

How to Start Doing Yoga – An Easy Guide Our teacher, Paul, likes a quote from Aristotle: “Well begun is half done.” We generally know that starting something is always the hardest part of the task.

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Easy yoga poses by Summer Dien

Vrksasana is not a pose in the Primary Series of Ashtanga yoga but my teacher, Paul Dallaghan, likes to add it in before Ardha Baddha Padmottanasana as a primer and hip opener. In vrksasana, take on the qualities of a tree: strong, rooted, grounded, balanced, connected to the earth with deep roots, and reaching for the sky, taking in the sunlight. Feel the sense of two opposing forces at work to help you balance: feel rooted into the ground and growing tall towards the sky.

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How Yoga Fits into Life

Yoga is a very powerful tool, what it will teach you and bring to your life is highly dependent on the attention you give it. This doesn’t mean that you need to set aside 2-3 hours six days a week. What is does mean is that you put in the effort and when you practice, you do so with sincerity and focus. Thirty to forty-five minutes of focused practice, 3-4 days a week, done correctly, will have a more profound effect on your mental and physical state than a hard-to-keep up 90 minute daily, rushed and distracted yoga class. So, my suggestion is to focus on how you can fit yoga in, rather than making your life fit yoga.

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