Yoga Teacher Training As A Runner - It Begins
By Sarah Krzyzanowski This week I am blessed to have started my yoga teacher training!! So naturally when I arrive home from class, sore and overwhelmed in joy, I picked up a dictionary and flipped to RUN. My running sadly has been sporadic for a dozen reasons. I wanted to reset and go to the source to see how running is defined by Mr Webster. Running has defined me as an athlete. I spend every day talking about running and hope to for the rest of my life. So in this period
Tea Quality: Loose Tea Leaves vs. Tea Bags
My last post was about my favorite teas to drink during the wintertime. For this post I will continue discussing the topic of tea. The way tea is absorbed is important because it dictates the amount of health benefits you obtain. Though loose leaf teas and teas in bags (particularly the commercial supermarket brand tea bags) originate from the same plant, there are a few factors that influence the quality, taste and longevity of the final tea. Tea leaves are picked from Camel
Join me For a Cup of Tea?
My favorite time of the day is when I’m able to completely unwind with a cup of hot tea in my hands and a cozy blanket wrapped around my body. I love having this time to myself. I usually have a good book to indulge in or catch up on some Netflix (currently loving “The Following”). Warm tea is so soothing and has some amazing health benefits. Tea's health benefits are largely due to its high content of flavonoids — plant-derived compounds that are antioxidants. I religiously