Written by Marsha Wenig from Yoga Journal Children today live in a 'hurry-up' world of busy parents, school pressures, after-school activities, and a large online presence. Often hurrying our kids to put their shoes on, grab their school bag, quickly finish your dinner. We usually don't think...

Written by Cory Stieg Preparing for a workout can actually be kind of fun, hear us out here. You book your favourite boxing class in advance, make sure your comfiest leggings are clean, and plot your escape from work to get to the studio on time. But then,...

Written by Troy Abraham Power Vinyasa is a strong form of practice that encourages students to engage fully in body as a tool to get out of their head. The key element of "Power" in Power Vinyasa, isn't just the power of the practice, but the power...

Written by Mind Body Green The most organised person even needs a little inspiration to keep it all going. After bullet journals have become the new to-do list, Mind Body Green put together these ideas for the minimalist on how to tackle all your projects. From the big-picture...

Written by Katie Fowler   Shauna Hawkes is next in our teacher feature series, have fun following.   Power Living: Where is your hometown? Shauna: Born in Yakima, Washington but I call Santa Cruz, California home.   Power Living: How and when did you first get into yoga? Shauna: When I first came...

Recipe by Emily Hardman Eating well is not that complicated plus it can have a positive impact on your everyday life. Above all, it can be tough because temptation and distraction is all around us. The focus and awareness you bring to your yoga practice can help here as tapping...

Written by Men's Journal Watching your girlfriend practice her super bendy poses can be intimidating, especially when you yourself want to start yoga. Lucky for you, yoga is more about the basic poses that provide the foundation of flexibility and strength every man needs. There are a...

Written by Katie Fowler   Welcome to our first blog of our 'Teacher Feature' series where we give you a front row seat while we pick our Power Living teacher's minds. To kick off the series we delve deep into none other than Troy Abraham's personal yoga practice.   Power Living:...

Written by Refinery 29 To completely avoid and overcome stress, is virtually impossible. This doesn't have to be considered a and thing. Life with some stresses means you meet your deadlines, tick off your to do list and reach your goals. Forget everything you think you know...

Written by Laura Porter When you hear the word ‘namaste’ you likely think about that mellow moment right at the end of a yoga class…when the teacher wraps up and invites the room to join the ritual of bowing and softly saying “namaste”. Here we’re diving...

Written by Adrian Shortland As a myofascial therapist specialising in chronic injury and lifestyle ailments, I see a lot of patients that suffer from decreased range of movement and restrictions in the body. Does this sound like you? If so, a regular Yin Yoga practice could help you steer...

Written by Tamara Siekman from Yoga Junction  ・ Image by William Randles   We live in a society where being busy is considered the norm. If you're not busy, you can begin to freak out that you're not busy. Thankfully Yoga has become increasingly popular and is a practice...

13 years ago, I wandered into a yoga class to get more flexible for surfing. After my first class, I left feeling high, and went from not being able to surf to landing frontside reverse airs. It was magic, everyone who surfs should do yoga… Well,...

With summer and the festive season approaching, chances are you’re booking flights or researching holiday destinations to flit away to.   While there are many benefits to taking some well-deserved rest, we often let our healthy routines slip away as well. With after-work drinks and summer BBQ’s...

There’s a certain comfort in going to regular yoga classes – the routine of going to the studio, setting up your mat and the guidance of your instructor’s cues. Studio classes let you listen, breathe and move as you’re told, without needing to take the...

Written by Vogue UK We are constantly “on”, checking social media, available to answer work calls and even willing to drop everything in order to keep FOMO at bay. Using the ancient practice of yoga, we can go back to our roots of a holistic approach to living, free of...

For so many women, each day is a juggling act, balancing work, family, friends and relationship commitments and struggling to find enough hours in the day to fit everything in!   This can leave you feeling stretched in many directions, and if you’re not careful, stressed and...

It’s impossible to deny that yoga is becoming more and more popular each day. So maybe you’re asking why?It’s all in the benefits of yoga.   For most people, the initial hook is that yoga can be a great workout. But once you become more committed to...

Motivating yourself to practice yoga at home can be quite the hard hog. For a lot of us, yoga classes are a luxury; time to zone out from the day and tune in to our bodies. We get into a routine of classes and teachers...

By Cassie Lee   I love yoga. I love practicing it and studying it and talking about it. You’d think I’d been doing yoga all my life it’s so integral to it. But in fact, I only came across yoga when I was 28 and I only...

As a myofascial therapist specialising in chronic injury and lifestyle ailments, my clinic – Bodyalignment – sees a lot of patients that suffer from decreased range of movement and restrictions in the body. This is primarily due to the binding of tissues including muscles and fascia,...

Looking for a healthy snack after yoga that will replenish and give you a dose of energy?   Look no further – presenting the Power Living Green Energy Smoothie. Packed with natural goodness, protein and a touch of matcha green tea powder, this smoothie is the perfect...

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