On a soggy Sunday morning, thousands ushered in the summer solstice in Times Square by taking part in an all-day yoga event.
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A sunrise rave known as Morning Gloryville, happens before most people go into work and is part of what organizers call “conscious clubbing,” meaning the event is without drugs or alcohol.
Thousands of yogis from all over the world welcomed the Summer Solstice with their open arms to the sky on Saturday.
In a hurry? The places that follow let you do two things at once, like get a haircut and stock up on handmade luggage, or practice your downward-facing dog and nurse a latte, saving you time and doubling your fun.
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After analyzing blood samples from nearly 200 breast cancer survivors over five years, researchers at the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center found that six months after taking up yoga, fatigue was reduced by 57 percent and inflammation was cut by up to 20 percent.
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On Friday, thousands of yogis came together to seek tranquility and flexibility in one of the busiest places on earth, New York’s Times Square, as part of the annual Mind Over Madness event.
In these stressful times, more and more people – especially men – are turning to yoga to help them relax and get in shape.
The Canadian company said that it took the pants off its store shelves and website over the weekend. That means there will be a shortage of its black Luon pants and crops for awhile.