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Danielle Mika Nagel

Studio Director, Chopra Yoga Center

Danielle Mika Nagel, is the Studio Director for the world’s first Chopra Yoga Center in Vancouver, BC. Danielle is certified in Primordial Sound Meditation and has more than a decade of experience teaching. Danielle travels throughout the U.S. and Canada teaching yoga and meditation at events and teacher trainings. For more information join the conversation on twitter.com/choprayoga or facebook/choprayogacenter.
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5 Tips for a Healthier New Year

The New Year is a time where many of us reflect on the previous year and set intentions for drastic change. Often these intentions are for reasons that are not powerful enough to follow through with the dedication and commitment it takes to manifest real change. Below are five simple tips for a healthier and happier you.
01/31/2013 08:12 EST
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How to Overcome Stress Over the Holidays

The holidays are a time where we can recognize and appreciate the beautiful people in our lives. Families and friends make time to get together and it can also be a time to reflect on the past year. However, many of us may find it stressful dealing with all the activities and crowds. Stay calm this season by taking the following steps:
11/30/2012 05:16 EST
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Feeling Stiff at Your Desk? Try Some Chair Yoga

Chair Yoga is not only for people who are new to yoga but great for the seasoned practitioner who spends a little more time sitting then they would like. Practising yoga while seated at a desk does not seem like much of a workout but after 30 minutes of practice you will notice a difference. You'll feel more energized, grounded and ready to face the world from your office. Try this simple sequence of stretching, breathing and meditation at your desk.
10/14/2012 12:48 EDT
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Sending Hyper Kids to School? Help Them Relax Through Meditation

Back to school is a transition. After long summer days of swimming, playing baseball in the park and riding bikes with best friends, kids are suddenly expected to spend hours sitting still behind a desk. Finding focus in the classroom after summer break is a challenge for most children. One tool that can greatly help calm a child is meditation.
08/30/2012 12:07 EDT
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Five Ways to Use Meditation in Your Work Day

So many of us spend our days stressed out and full of tension. Whether it's a heavy workload, a busy family life or a late night social calendar, it all catches up eventually. That's where meditation comes in handy. Simply taking time out of your day to stop and breathe with purpose can alter your attitude and make the day much smoother. Check out these five tips.
07/19/2012 07:50 EDT