Ariel Mann is an Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher with more than 500 hours of training (E-RYT 500) as well as a Yoga Alliance Certified Education Provider (YACEP). She has completed a 300-hour Yoga Therapy training program that included training on prenatal yoga and have been teaching for the past ten years. In addition, she understudied with a senior teacher to learn about best practices for teaching prenatal yoga. Ariel has taught prenatal specific classes as well as helped numerous women continue to attend regular yoga classes throughout their pregnancies.
Health & well-being
With daylight savings starting up this weekend, the longer days of sunshine that we have all been craving are finally here — which means it’s time to get outside and get moving. Here are just a few ways that indoor workout classes can improve your performance in outdoor sports and recreational activities.
Numerous workouts have gained cult-like followings over the decades. In the 1970s, it was Jazzercise. In the 80s, Jane Fonda built her Aerobics empire. The ‘90s and early 2000s were dominated — according to an Insider article that tracks the “fitness fads everyone was trying the year you were born” — by workouts like “8 minute Abs,” “Tae Bo,” “P90X,” Barre, and “INSANITY.” But most would agree that in the last decade, Americans were enamored by a workout that isn’t a fad at all — this decade of “the greatest HIITs” has proven, study after study, that the most effective exercises are, thankfully, the shortest.
Post-grad life is a hard enough transition for any normal graduating class, but the class of 2020 came out of college in a year unlike any before. With no graduation ceremony or senior trips to celebrate four years of hard work, job offers getting rescinded and an economy that was as bad as the Great Depression, no one would contest that this year’s class entered a workforce that resembled no other in living memory.
While the term gratitude is frequently used—especially with Thanksgiving just days away—appreciation for life’s positive aspects offers a powerful psychological boon year-round.