Whoo hoo! Join the Yoga-lution! 5 Ways Yoga Can Bombshell Your Body Love

It’s a yoga-lution! I was invited to be a part of Stayfree® pads My Yoga Online Change Challenge. This is pretty exciting because it reminds me of how far I’ve come, especially with my body love. By the way, although this is a sponsored post, as usual, my fab opinions are all my own.

When I was in high school, gym class was the bane of my existence. I would try to use having my period to get out of it — but I went to an all-girls school so it never worked. They knew that having my moon time was no excuse for not participating in my life. (Laughing at myself!) Now I just use my Stayfree Ultra Thin Liners. #TrueStory.

Breath of Fire How to with Amel Larrieux and Abiola

What is the Breath of Fire in Kundalini Yoga? With Yogini Bravebird Amel Larrieux (Video + Transcript)

It was my sacred honor to have a positive healing dialogue with singer Amel Larrieux. We took a moment to power up and cleanse with the pranayama breathing technique known as breath of fire, Agni-Prasana. That’s right, the Bravebird is also a yogini. Amel was half of the neo-soul powerhouse known as Groove Theory. Along with Erykah Badu, India Arie, Jill Scott, Alicia Keys, D’Angelo, Maxwell and others, they changed the face of music and defined a generation – mine!

The conversation with Amel was so powerful that I want to share it with as many women as possible. That’s why the extended dialogue is included in The Sacred Bombshell Handbook of Self-Love. Watch the video here — and meanwhile, here’s what the Wikipedia gurus have to say on the topic.

“Prāṇāyāma (Sanskrit: प्राणायाम prāṇāyāma) is a Sanskrit word meaning “extension of the prāṇa or breath” or “extension of the life force”. The word is composed of two Sanskrit words: prana, life force, or vital energy, noted particularly as the breath, and ayāma, to extend or draw out. Not “restrain, or control” as is often translated from yam instead of ayāma. It is a yogic discipline with origins in ancient India.”

Ok, here it is…