Unbroken Commitment By Tom Hess We at Yoga Center of Chico are celebrating our three-year anniversary this month and we want to thank the people of Chico and the greater Northern Central Valley for supporting us. We are committed to bringing you the best, most consistent yoga teaching that we can. One of the… Read more »
Kindness Above All A Community Message from Sacred Seven NPO | Awakened Yoga By C.J. Nava Kindness Whether or not we consciously acknowledge it as fact, we crave, feed on, thrive in, and long for it. Humanity has an active history embracing leaders, masters, guides—many of whom held unconditional love and kindness as a foundation… Read more »
Vital Dance, Creative Expression, Vitality, and Meditation Due to circumstances beyond our control this workshop has been cancelled. By Nartan Lemos Scroll Down To Pay and Take advantage of the Early Bird Special The expression “stand on your own two feet” ends up symbolizing some of the most intense deep work a human being… Read more »
The 12 Spiritual Laws of Recovery and Meditations for The 12-Step Program By Rahasya Poe Every once in a while I feel compelled to reach out and connect with what I see as the fastest-growing segment of our population. Now I have to admit, it would be very easy at this point… Read more »
By Nayaswami Anandi Yogananda made an amazing statement in Autobiography of a Yogi: “Thoughts are universally and not individually rooted.” I have found this statement so valuable. We can release the idea that our thoughts are ours personally. Instead, our thoughts reflect the level of consciousness we’re experiencing at the time. This makes me think… Read more »
By Nayaswami Jyotish Meditation is a natural and rewarding human activity. Paramhansa Yogananda defined meditation as “deep concentration on God or one of His aspects.” Practiced daily, it produces astonishing results on physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects of our being. It connects us with our own inner powers of vitality, clarity, and love. When… Read more »
Going through transition requires letting go of an old life and making room for a new one. The process of changeâ??the death of a loved one, divorce, menopause, childbearing, illness, or a career changeâ??can be painful and frightening. However…
Sometimes in our busy lives we simply need to make time to get away, slow down, and experience the NOW.
My desire is to do more than simply survive life’s challenging times. I like to come up with strategies to keep myself feeling good. Joy, laughter, a sense of peace and connection all help to reduce stress and renew the spirit.
Making ends meet, working two jobs, raising kids, the never-ending list of â??to-doâ??sâ? â?¦ Sound familiar? With all that we have to do these days, who can really afford the time and resources for deep reflection and self-care?