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Kriya Yoga Initiation At Bliss!

Join Ryan Kurczak On Friday August 8th for Kriya Yoga Meditation (Paramahansa Yogananda Tradition). Friday's class will be from 6-8pm and is donation based. *Friday's class is a prerequisite for Sunday's Initiation* On Sunday August 10th join us for  Ryan's Initiation into the Kriya Yoga tradition. This event is from 7-9 AM and reservation is required. Book Here: Details and requirements will be sent once reservation is made. What is Kriya Yoga: Kriya Yoga is a path to inner peace and Self-realization made popular by Paramahansa Yogananda’s book Autobiography of a Yogi. The path itself is one that utilizes specific mantra meditation, breath awareness techniques and Self-inquiry. Nine years ago I was authorized and ordained to share and teach Kriya Yoga by a direct student of Paramahansa...

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Could A Few Bottles Of Essential Oils Really Improve Quality Of Life?

Want to learn more about aromatherapy and therapeutic uses of essential oils? Did you know that we offer free Monthly classes at Bliss? Join us for Everyday health & Wellness With Essential Oils. You will learn about the most popular oils and the many uses a single oil can provide. We generally go through about 9 oils plus delve into specific ailments that participants want to explore. Tuesday May 6th at 7PM Saturday May 10th at 10AM Tuesday June 10th at 7PM Saturday June 14 at 10AM Let Us Bring Aromatherapy To You Think Pampered Chef and ThirtyOne events are fun? Think wellness and add in all natural plus smell good fun too! Our in home sessions offer generous gifts for the host. Contact [email protected] to schedule...

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Following A detoxification Protocol? Try This Delicious Tri-Doshic Recipe

Ktchadi is a classic meal for those following an ayurvedic detoxification protocol. Even if you are not "detoxing", Ktchadi is a delicious Tri-Doshic (good for anyone) Recipe. Ingredients 4 Cups of green or yellow mung dal (whole or split) 3 cups of white basmati rice 2-3 inches of fresh ginger, peeled 4 tblsp of fresh shredded unsweetened coconut 2 handfuls of fresh cilantro leaves 4 tblsp of ghee (clarified butter) 1 heaping tblsp of fennel seeds (crushed) 1 heaping tblsp of coriander seeds (crushed) 1 heaping tblsp of cuman seeds (crushed) 1 tsp of mustard seeds 2 heaping tblsp of cardomon powser (or 10 pods) Salt to taste 1 tsp black pepper 1-2 tsp of turmeric 3 bay leaves 1/8 cup of lime juice Wash and then soak mung dal overnight. Wash again in the morning. Wash...

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