Our yoga practice of mindfulness can be a powerful tool to help us enjoy the holidays more and stress less. When you feel overwhelmed by your to-do list, or wary of being overstuffed at a holiday table yet again, take a moment to just step back and observe.
Scholé Yoga facilitator Vanessa Noble recently learned that the simple process of soaking nuts and seeds (even grains) improves their nutrition and helps our body digest them easier. Click through to see the easy nut granola recipe she has to share.
If you'd like to make an amazing upgrade to the can of sugary cranberry sauce on most tables, elect yourself to prep this dish and bring to your family or friendsgiving. It tastes 100% Holiday, has less sugar, more berries, tastes WAY better, and any leftovers you get to take home make an amazing breakfast on Greek yogurt. So you might want to make a double batch to ensure you have enough!
It’s getting cooler, and for those trying to eat less (or no) meat, chili is an awesome option. It’s quick to make and infinitely adaptable – you can throw in lots of different beans and whatever frozen vegetables you have in the freezer, canned tomatoes and tomato paste, and season with chili powder to taste.
How do fitness and strength differ? How are they the same? Scholé Yoga University student Spencer Viernes shares his thoughts here.
With all the talk about walls in the news these days, thinking about them a little differently can help us stay in line with our values and evolve how we think as we grow.
While every Scholé Yoga class is different, one pose we consistently do at the end of each is Scholé Mudra. This posture can mean a wide range of things, and it can have a different meaning to each of us. Read on to learn why we use it as a seal on our practice, and what it uniquely means to the people and teachers who practice with you.
No time in the mornings to prep a great meal? This delicious and hearty breakfast casserole will keep you going until lunch, and it can be made beforehand then warmed up in moments. You can even make it vegetarian or Paleo to fit your own dietary needs.
Since we featured broccoli last week, it's time to pay respect to its cruciferous cousin, the cauliflower. The vegetables in the brocco-cauli family have powerful cancer-fighting properties, which you can read about in all the mad #SCIENCE details on the Cancer.gov website. Click on forward here for another delicious way to "let food be thy medicine," as Hippocrates suggested.
If you’re looking for a way to take your practice to the next level, this is it. We’re kicking off the very first Yoga Challenge at SYSL on November 1 and invite you to challenge yourself to complete 21 classes in the 30 days of November. Read on to find out how to track your progress and join your Scholé Yoga Collective in working towards the goal of greater health and connection.
This week inspired some broccoli soup to warm things up with a delicious healthy meal. It's a quick and easy to make this dish, and while I am personally a huge fan of cheese, it can be made vegan (indicated with with a V) if you prefer not to eat animal products. Feel free to adjust the cumin if you're not a fan of the Indian flavor, but I really enjoy how it adds a little unexpected savory flavor, especially if you are preparing this as a vegan dish.
We believe knowledge and learning should be available to everyone who has an interest in growing throughout their life. To help the Scholé Yoga Collective deepen their personal practices, we're proud to offer what we think is Salt Lake City's biggest yoga library. Click through to read all about how you can check out a book to learn more about yoga's history, postures, and overall wellness.