The belief in the ability for water to heal goes back to the ancient Egyptians and Greeks.
This is a guest post from my daughter, Genevieve Oswald, Shree Yoga Taos‘ co-owner with Suki Dalury, whom you heard from here, last week as we entered the Holiday Season. Genevieve’s “story” seemed a perfect bookend.
I invited the Shree Goddesses, Genevieve and Suki, to tell me a bit about what the changing Seasons mean to them. Here is Suki’s response. I’ll post Genevieve’s later in the month.
This I know for a fact after my most recent visit to Southwest Wellness’ dispensary here in Taos.
Every Season brings new challenges as far as skin care is concerned, and Winter might be the most challenging of all!
And Bridesmaids and Flower Girls! The dress and the hair are the first things on every Bride to be’s mind, as they start planning their big day.
October has long been National Cancer Awareness Month, but today President Trump issued a proclamation, making it officially National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Kendra Peralta has been practicing yoga since 2000.
Legal cannabis is the fastest growing industry in the United States.
Rachel Varela is a mother (of two sons), yoga instructor, a doula (assisting at birthings), and a full time Flamenco Dancer.
If you’ve been paying attention, you’ll have noticed that hair color, as in real color has made its way from Manic Panic Punk Purple and Green to the mainstream.
As an Elementary School Teacher for the past 25 years, Alice Zorthian has had to stick to a structured curriculum.