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Welcome to NAHAR YOGA ~

Nahar, meaning “river” inspires the yoga, meaning “union”. Gain strength, flexibility and understanding while uniting the breath, body, mind and spirit. Nahar Yoga invites you to let your inner light shine through at all stages of life – from mothers bonding with their babies in the womb to kids learning to express themselves and continuing throughout adulthood… whether you are in the studio or in your home or even out at the ski resort.

In Nahar Yoga we place special emphasis on the breath ~ we encourage the breath and your inner voice to be your guide… let your inner teacher guide you on your mat, off your mat, even out on the slopes of life!

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"Ginger for Colds and Flu Season" by our very own Wellness Coach & Herbalist Rivka Schwartz (INCLUDES RECIPES!!)

With cold and flu season almost upon us, I’ve made sure to stock my freezer with ginger roots. This is one of my favorite winter herbs. It’s easily accessible, tasty and has a wide range of actions. Ginger is anti-viral and warming. Neither medicines nor herbs actually kill viruses. What anti -virals do is interrupt viral reproduction. (This includes tamilflu.) Ginger has this ability. Ginger stimulates the circulation and is warming. This is perfect for chills from a cold or flu. It thins mucous helping with congestion. If this isn’t enough, ginger is anti inflammatory and helps dissolve plaque in arteries. It also helps relieve nausea. The fresh root with its volatile oils is the best way to take ginger. BELOW ARE 2 GINGER RECIPES..

For dosing you want to use about a thumbs length of ginger in the tea. If it's for you, use your own thumb; if for a child, use the length of their thumb. Take this tea the moment you feel something coming on and a bit under the weather.

It will warm you up, fight a viral infection and help with congestion.
Thumb size piece of ginger grated. (Ginger is easier to grate frozen)
Juice from 1/2 lemon
8-12 oz. boiling water
Honey to taste (Honey is not only delicious but it soothes a sore throat, calms a cough and is anti bacterial)
Pour boiling water over ginger and steep covered for 15 - 20 minutes.
Add lemon juice and honey to taste.
Drink 4-6 cups of warm, ginger tea over the course of the day.
I often make a quart and keep it in a thermos to drink warm through out the day.
For a more intense tea simmer the grated ginger in a pan for 1 - 2 hours.

1/4 c. lemon juice
1/4 c. honey
1/4 c. water
1 tsp grated ginger
2 cloves garlic pressed or chopped
pinch cayenne pepper
Mix all the ingredients together in a quart jar. Let sit in refrigerator for a few days. Take a tablespoon when needed. You can eat the garlic if you can manage it or else strain out the ginger and garlic. Keeps in fridge for several months.
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Reminder: As Arielle is out of town, there will not be classes on Wed., Oct. 12 & Thurs., Oct. 13. ... See MoreSee Less

Reminder: In celebration of Columbus Day, NO 9:45 AM Yoga today 10/10. The 6:30 PM All Levels Vinyasa Yoga class WILL RUN AS SCHEDULED. May you have an adventurous & fun filled day! Peace to all beings~ ... See MoreSee Less