Archive for March, 2012


50 Plus Yoga Instructor Dee Greenberg

I began practicing yoga in 1970 at the age of 17, well before yoga became mainstream. I immediately felt the transformative effects of the practice. My attraction to yoga over the years has been mainly due to the mental and emotional changes that have occurred as a result of regular practice. The fact that I was introduced [...]

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Gluten Free, Guilt Free Vegan Dessert!

Here’s a guilt free dessert that makes for a power packed, nutrient rich breakfast, or light meal, morning, noon or night! The final product is a vegan, gluten free pudding – It has a bit of a chocolate taste with the consistency of pumpkin pie. You’ll get the sweet taste without the high glycemic index. [...]

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Help! I’ve Lost My Mojo & I Need Your Help!

OK, I’ll admit it! The title is false. I did not lose my mojo but I do need your help! But before I formally try to enlist you as an accomplice, here is a bit of history. For the past week or so, I’ve been meditating on ways to attract more visitors to this blog. [...]

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IBS – Food, Yoga, Stress

When I turned 30 in 1983, my digestive system started to go wacko! Not wanting to be graphic, let me just say there was a lot of bloating and constant pressure in my colon and on my bladder. But let me focus on the colon for a moment. In case you are not sure, that’s [...]

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Who’s Right? The Republicans or the Democrats?

This can be a tricky question. There are those of us who historically vote strictly along party lines. The problem with this logic is that it creates an “us against them” mentality. It reminds me of high school gym class. The captains are selected, the teams are picked and the competition begins. One side emerges [...]

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You are What You Eat and Food Matters!

I was snooping around Facebook today and stumbled upon a link to a fabulous blog on health and nutrition written by Jessica Anscoough, The Wellness Warrior. That led me to discover her interview with James Colquhoun, the creator of Hungry For Change, a Food Matters film that will be released on the Internet on March [...]

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Motivation: How to Get It and How to Keep it

How many times have you made a plan in a whirlwind of excitement – for example, let’s say on a Friday you saw something that inspired you, got totally stoked to start a new regimen on Monday, and by the time Monday rolled around, you completely lost all your motivation to begin this new regimen? [...]

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As Joan Rivers Said: Can We Talk?

Can we talk? Or as Joan Rivers would say: Can we tawk? But seriously,communication is the bedrock of relationships among humans. I’ll repeat that for emphasis. Communication is the bedrock of relationships amongst humans. So if you think relationships amongst humans are important and if your relationships could perhaps use a bit of tweaking, please [...]

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YOGA: Why Daily Practice?

For me, “daily practice” is a no brainer and let me explain why. I’ve been blessed with the opportunity to see this question from both sides of the fence – and the handwriting is clearly on the wall. I guess it really comes down to a question of your goals and how you expect to [...]

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