5 Benefits of Doga...


What is Doga?

Doga is the emerging trend that combines yoga and dogs. It is a great way to get some exercise for you and your pooch, and it can be much more fun than doing yoga by yourself. The concept of Doga was created by Suzi Teitelman, a Jacksonville yoga teacher.

Even though dogs can’t actually do the majority of the normal yoga poses, they will enjoy the stretching, some aspects of massage and soothing energy for which yoga sessions are famous for. However, Doga shouldn’t be forced upon a dog. Instead, owners should be mindful and try to listen to their dog’s body language. If your dog doesn’t really seem interested, or if your pooch is trying to pull away or starts squirming, it’s time to stop and wait for another day.

There are several benefits of getting yourself and your pooch into Doga. Here are some of the reasons you may want to look into Doga yourself.

1. Bonding with your dog

2. Physical Health Benefits for you and your dog


4. Entertainment

5.Socialization (meet new people and hang out with other dog owners)

Go to Doga class and have some fun with your pup!

Krishna and Radha...


Modern-day couples have been inspired by the eternal love story of Radha and Krishna. Even after so many eras, heavenly couple Radha-Krishna is worshipped together not only by youths but by everyone. With Krishna, Radha is considered to be the supreme goddess as she is said to command Lord Krishna, even though Krishna was said to have married 16,000 gopis.

Taking a Vacation...


Ah, vacation. It’s a beautiful thing, whether your definition of it is traveling to some exotic locale or staying put and exploring spots in your hometown. It doesn’t matter if you prefer stay-cating, going abroad, or taking a road trip complete with a tent and camping gear. 

Breaking from work and taking a breather can be done in a variety of ways. It’s no surprise then that what people state as their reasons for going on vacation vary, but with a similar common theme. Time away from work—and everything that goes with it, from emails to to-do lists to drafting proposals and attending meetings—is essential to your well-being.

Why not take a yoga vacation or yoga retreat? It’s as simple as googling “yoga retreat” in your area. Or perhaps you would like to explore the opportunity of a destination retreat to an Island or a foreign country. There are so many options! Another good source is inquiring at your local yoga studio. 🙏

The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali...


The Yoga Sutra, widely regarded as the authoritative text on yoga, is a collection of aphorisms, outlining the eight limbs of yoga. These "threads" (as sutra translates from Sanskrit) of wisdom offer guidelines for living a meaningful and purposeful lIfe. Patanjali is the sage who wrote the sutras.

The truth is that nobody really knows much about Patanjali. We don't even know exactly when the sage lived. Some practitioners believe he lived around the second century BCE and also wrote significant works on Ayurveda (the ancient Indian system of medicine) and Sanskrit grammar, making him something of a Renaissance man.