Posts Tagged ‘zen’
The AlessiLux light bulb’s LED technology significantly reduces CO2 emissions due to its low energy consumption ─ it enables a savings of 80% over incandescent and halogen light bulbs, with less heat, and extends 25 times longer than incandescent bulbs. The AlessiLux collection works on powerful rechargeable batteries that can last for up to ten hours at maximum wattage, and for up to three days at minimum wattage. The select lamp styles include Ricordo, by Frederic Gooris; Lumière, by Giovanni Anghini Alessi and Gabriele Chiave; and UFO, by Frederic Gooris. lumens.com
BY AIMEE WELCH
People doing yoga always look so peaceful. Eyes closed, breathing deeply, perfect posture…oblivious to the day’s stresses that inundated them before stretching out on that mat. It’s a picture so perfect, one wonders what they know that the rest of us don’t.
Finding “balance” is a quest many people seem to share. For some, yoga classes provide the path. For others, inner peace is found on adventures through the Arizona’s beautiful deserts, forests, and awe-inspiring red rocks. And then there are the adrenaline addicts, who get “centered” by pushing their bodies to run further, cycle faster, jump higher or push harder. And, today, sometimes it’s all wrapped up in one big box of zen, in the form of a yoga retreat that mixes nature, adventure and yoga.