Here's an inspiring demonstration video by Certified Ashtanga yoga teacher, Mark Robberds from Australia. He'll be making his way to Stockholm for the first time this October to lead a four day Ashtanga yoga workshop. More details to come soon! Until then, enjoy the video.
I have been staying cozy and healthy during the change of seasons with the beloved tulsi plant, also called holy basil. This sacred plant is not only worshiped in the Hindu religion, but is also revered for its super healing powers. Tulsi has been known to sharpen memory, relieve tension, decrease and even prevent fever, cold, cough, sore throat, headache and respiratory disorders. Whoa! And it's sweet mellow taste is super yummy too; steep leaves, stems and flowers in barely boiling water and enjoy yogis! Add some honey for even more benefits. Be well!!!
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