Not sure where to find the best yoga class deals for Black Friday weekend?

We found the best yoga class discounts and bargains available local to Denver, Colorado, so you don’t have to.

Use this list to easily compare local deals in one place and discover 10 of the Best Yoga Class Deals that will Energize Black Friday!

Read More

Feeling fed up with a worn out yoga mat?

Maybe you’ve tried (and ditched) several yoga mats already. When yoga mat woes have you down, it’s time to replace a flimsy mat with one that is expertly crafted.

We took our favorite Yoga Mats for the Devoted collection and revealed the truth about what makes these yoga mats truly the best of 2017.

    Read More

    Whether you are a Boulder native or a tourist, active yogis want to know the best parks for doing yoga outside. There are many benefits of practicing yoga outdoors; breathing in fresh natural air, feeling a zen connection with nature - not to mention taking in Boulder Colorado’s breathtaking mountain views!

    Check out 5 of the Best Parks for Awesome Outdoor Yoga in Boulder!

    Read More

    In Scott Stabile's latest book, Big Love, all the dots are connected to show us that even through pain, heartache and everyday challenges we can all embrace the power of living with a wide-open heart. By reminding readers that they are not alone in their struggles, Scott offers wisdom from his own journey that allows us to see that choosing love is the most powerful choice we can make for ourselves and humanity.

    At a young age, Scott was forced to confront heartache and pain head-on after the murder of his parents at age fourteen and the death of his brother from a heroin overdose nine years later. By moving through the difficulties in his life, he was able to find the love within himself and emerge stronger and wiser. Scott says, "I hope that my resilience helps others to see that growth and healing are possible, regardless of circumstances. There are gifts in even our greatest sorrows if we're willing to acknowledge them. If we're willing to work at seeing them."

    Big Love is full of honest accounts of Scott's life in which the reader will identify, gain perspective and understanding of their own lives allowing them to embrace The Power of Living with a Wide-Open Heart. 

    Read More

    Did you know that our bodies are communicating with us each and every moment and include an inner navigational system? In Suzanne Scurlock-Durana's newest book, Reclaiming Your Body: Healing from Trauma and Awakening to Your Body's Wisdom, she outlines the many ways that the body communicates and enlightens us with it's wisdom to help navigate life in the most effective manner. 

    A large majority of people only recognize communication from the body when it is related to pain and discomfort. These signals are hard to ignore but long before the body experiences pain and discomfort it communicates to us what we need to know to prevent these undesired states. From health issues to intuition, our bodies are our closest ally in navigating the various challenges of life.

    "It is our present-moment sensory experience that provides the foundational data to the prefrontal area of our brain for the wisest decision-making possible. Without a conscious sensory connection to the present, we are forced to orient to the past."

    Reclaiming Your Body is full of valuable information to transform, heal and guide you successfully through life. It includes explorations at the end of each chapter focused on the main wisdom centers and also includes a free download for each wisdom center from the authors website.

    Grab your copy of this life changing book to heal and awaken to your body's wisdom today!

    Read More

    Whether you're new to yoga or just want to enjoy a fun yoga sequence with Michael Franti, enjoy this yoga jam featuring a remix of Michael Franti and Spearhead's song "Once a Day!"

    “My hope is that this short daily yoga practice will encourage playfulness and gratitude in your everyday life. I encourage you to do this practice in the morning, on your lunch break, before you go out on a Saturday night, or anytime you need a reset. By sharing this intentional practice with friends or family members from around the world, each day we will find ways to support each other to be our best, serve the greater good and rock out wherever we are!” - Michael FrantiMichael Franti "Once a Day" Yoga Jam

     -- -- --

    Check out more from Michael Franti and Spearhead: MichaelFranti.com

    Stock up on the highest quality, eco-friendly yoga gear available from our shop:

    frequencyRiser.com/YogaGear

    frequencyRiser.com/YogaWisdom

    Read More

    A former actress, model and TV host, Maria Felipe's life changed when she began to study a book called A Course in Miracles (ACIM). ACIM defines a miracle as a "shift in perception" allowing us to see that the problem is not "out there" but in our mind. This shift in perception changed Maria's life so much that she obtained her ministerial certificate and is now Reverend Maria Felipe author of Live Your Happy.

    By ridding ourselves of fear and the cuckoo voice of the ego, embracing forgiveness, gratitude, mindfulness, and shifting our perception, we can live our happy. This book is a great in-depth roadmap to guide you on your journey to happy!

    -- -- --

    Get your copy of Live Your Happy: Get Out of Your Own Way and Find the Love Within here: frequencyRiser.com/LiveYourHappy

    Read More
    Yama and Niyama, if practiced truthfully and fully, become mahavrata or great commitments that transcend time, space, and situations. Further, the entire environment around the person becomes charged with these virtues and hostility is not seen in his/her presence. In the recent past, we have many examples of people who practiced satya and ahimsa and this fact (absence of hostility) was observed in their vicinity. Thus, there is immediate outcome of Yama and Niyama practices.

    However, the ultimate goal of practicing yoga is to achieve transcendence and to break this cyclic existence. Dharana, dhyana, and samadhi are the three states that prepare one toward this transcendental goal. These three together is called Samyama (sam meaning total and yama meaning to control). “So Samyama means complete mastery over the psychic process or complete control of mental concentration.”
    Read More

    The ever-present, unbounded sacred space of your nature is beyond distinctions of beauty or ugliness, pain or pleasure. Just as fear can drive you away from connection with your essential nature, beauty, too, can pull you away from it. And just as fear can lead you back to your essential nature, so can beauty. 

    Tenzin Wangyal RinpocheNormally when we have pain, we experience that we are the pain: I am hurting. But when you identify with the space, light, and warmth of the inner refuge, then even when blockages and pain are present, you recognize that you are fundamentally pure. In the midst of pain, remember that you always have the choice to connect to stillness, silence, and spaciousness, and rest in the inner refuge. As you rest there, open awareness can clear disturbing thoughts and emotions as well as soothe physical pain. 

    How much is your life guided by light and awareness, and how much is it driven by reactivity and denial? The inner refuge is your unfailing support in any moment. Let it be your best friend.

     -- -- --

    The True Source of Healing by Tenzin Wangyal RinpocheBuy 's book, The True Source of Healing: How the Ancient Tibetan Practice of Soul Retrieval Can Transform and Enrich Your Life. Explore more titles from Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche's author collectionReprinted from Ligmincha International

    Read More

    It's easy to lose sight of the beauty of the world in the midst of tragedy, political upheaval, injustice and suffering. While we continue with our practice, working to ease the suffering of others and living a life of compassion and Love, we also need to be mindful and grateful for the beauty of the world that still surrounds us when we choose Love. Like Pops says, "Love baby. Love. That's the secret."

    "What a Wonderful World" [1970 Spoken Introduction Version] along with Oliver Nelson's Orchestra is a song written by Bob Thiele (as George Douglas) and George David Weiss. It was first recorded by Louis Armstrong and released as a single in 1968. Thiele and Weiss were both prominent in the music world (Thiele as a producer and Weiss as a composer/performer). Armstrong's recording was inducted in the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999. Intended as an antidote for the increasingly racially and politically charged climate of everyday life in the United States, the song also has a hopeful, optimistic tone with regard to the future, with reference to babies being born into the world and having much to look forward to.

    Read More