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Yoga and relationship luminaries Rina Jakubowicz and Eric Paskel share how they avoid resentment and keep their bond strong.
Rocked by #metoo stories of sexual misconduct in the yoga community and beyond, students, teachers, and organizations alike are speaking out—and figuring out where we go from here. Whether you’ve been personally affected or simply want to do what you can to help, here’s a place to start.
Last week, Rachel Brathen (aka @Yoga_Girl) shattered the yoga world when she collected more than 300 #MeToo experiences in what the yogis thought was a safe space.
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When powerful teachings, charismatic instructors, and receptive students come together in a spiritual community, intimate relationships have the potential to bloom.
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You know that boost meditation can give your day? Think what it could do for your night... Use this guided practice from our partner Meditation Studio to enhance your sensory awareness before heading to bed.
Curious how you and your partner match up between the sheets? Here is astrologer Debra Silverman's cheat sheet of each sign's turn-ons and turn-offs.
Valentine's Day is coming up, and if you're single or stuck in a going-nowhere relationship, you might want to start looking for a date whose profile resembles your own, says Debra Silverman, yogi Seane Corn's astrologer and the author of The Missing Element: Inspiring Compassion for the Human Condition.
Yoga classes can provide prime conditions for intimate relationships to bloom, thanks to physical proximity and a shared trust. But is it professional —or ethical?
Yoga helps you access the present moment as well as your personal power and potential, getting you in touch with your physical, spiritual, and emotional sides.
Applying buddhist teachings to emotional healing with relationships, marriage, and lust.
Alternative approaches to treat erectile dysfunction beyond medication have been shown to be effective, including exercise, stress management, sex therapy, and yoga.