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    Setting Yoga-Inspired Intentions for the New Year

    'Tis the season to clarify our personal mission statements, to ignite the North Star of our deepest heart longing and let this inner focal point guide our path.

    As this year comes to a close, we honor the moments of darkness and light that we have been through as we face new beginnings in the New Year.

    Acknowledging the ups and downs on our journey, we release what no longer serves us and create space for possibility.

    Sankalpa, Sanskrit for intention, restores clarity to our Drishti (vision). It’s the resolve, determination, and soul vision resonating in our cores, aligning with our essence. Sankalpa shapes and holds our dreams and hopes.

    It’s the inner compass you can trust to find your True North.

    'Tis the season to clarify our personal mission statements, to ignite the North Star of our deepest heart longing and let this inner focal point guide our path.

    As this year comes to a close, we honor the moments of darkness and light that we have been through as we face new beginnings in the New Year.

    Acknowledging the ups and downs on our journey, we release what no longer serves us and create space for possibility.

    Sankalpa, Sanskrit for intention, restores clarity to our Drishti (vision). It’s the resolve, determination, and soul vision resonating in our cores, aligning with our essence. Sankalpa shapes and holds our dreams and hopes.

    It’s the inner compass you can trust to find your True North.


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    The Science of Creating (and Keeping) Habits


    You’ve probably heard that humans are creatures of habit, but the degree to which that statement is true is actually quite remarkable. According to the scientific literature Huberman presents, up to 70% of our waking behavior is made up of habitual behavior. To fully digest that statement, it’s important to define what counts as a “habit”.