Try an experiment: ask any salon owner if there are gentler ways of coloring the hair. Some will roll their eyes behind your back but others, who are savvier to consumer trends, may offer an alternative.
To get you in the 'yoga frame of mind' and help celebrate National Yoga Month, here are some fast yoga facts. Whether you're hitting the mat for the first time or you're a long-time fan of the practice, these facts can serve to inspire your passion.
In the hypnogogic state, many experiences can be explored. You may decide to solve a problem, return to a pleasant place from the past or follow a fantasy.
Parents and grandparents are up in arms fighting with each other, their friends, doctors, and even legislators. It’s a subject so controversial for some that it eclipses our recent elections, our economy, and the healthcare debate itself.
Yoga is an ancient practice. Therefore, you wouldn’t think there’d be much in the way of innovation within this discipline. After all, it’s a series of poses and mental/spiritual states. There’s not a lot you can do after 26 centuries of practice.However, you’d be wrong if you thought there was nothing new under the sun when it comes to yoga.
The hemp plant is one of the oldest domesticated crops known to man. (Thomas Jefferson drafted the Declaration of Independence on hemp paper back in 1776.) It has been used for centuries to make paper, rope, and fabrics. Hemp and marijuana belong to the same cannabis species but are genetically and chemically distinct.
You know green tea is good for you. It’s packed full of nature’s little foot soldiers: antioxidants, which help protect the body against cancer and heart disease. But some people just don’t like tea.
“Medical intuition is a skill that can be learned and developed.” Caroline Myss
Let’s put some of those numbers into perspective. With a steady increase in calorie intake, 72.9 percent of the overall American population ranges from overweight to extremely obese. Last reports in 2008 ranked the U.S. as the 18th fattest country in the world.
Because vegan cheese isn’t made with animal fat, it doesn’t melt like the real thing. It also can’t always be substituted in traditional recipes which call for cheese. As you might imagine, vegans quickly become accustomed to experimentation to discover what works and what doesn’t!