Chahna Tailor

Chahna Tailor

Chahna Tailor is a certified yoga instructor with backgrounds in occupational therapy and health science. Occupational therapy opened up the doors of knowledge when it came to taking care of the Self first and leading a healthier life. This led her to the physical practice of yoga. Chahna deepened her practice by training in Rishikesh, India, where she studied the science behind yoga, the breath, and meditation. Chahna also practices personal training, Reiki, hypnotherapy, aromatherapy, pranichealing, and sound healing.

 

Take a Moment of Mindfulness

Take a Moment of Mindfulness

By Chahna Tailor One topic that is getting more awareness is mental health. Mental health issues may be overlooked because the signs can be subtle and may be simply accepted as day-to-day stress. At some point, we have experienced thoughts that have a tendency to take us away from what is currently happening in the moment. Without realizing, we may …

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Meditation for Children

Meditation for Children

Meditation for Children By Chahna Tailor With the world moving so rapidly, it has become possible to provide future generations with more than our parents or grandparents could have even dreamed. Children are being exposed to so many things at an earlier and earlier age: news bytes, celebrities, sports, music, among a variety of other subjects. We all know that …

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The 8 Limbs of Yoga

The 8 Limbs of Yoga

The 8 Limbs of Yoga We all know what Yoga is, right? It’s a great exercise routine to keep fit and become more flexible. If you agreed with the previous statement, take a deep breath and read on because Yoga is so much more. Yoga actually translates to “union” (referring to the unity between the individual soul with the universal …

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The 8 Limbs of Yoga

Yoga: Healthy Mind, Body, and Spirit

For thousands of years, utilizing purifying practices such as asanas (physical poses), pranayama (control of the life force energy), and dhyana (meditation) were nothing out of the ordinary in India. It was common knowledge that these practices were beneficial for mental, physical, and spiritual health. However, in today‚Äôs day and age, these ancient teachings are being pushed to the side …

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