Biohack Your Digestion With One Yoga Pose

Biohacking is annoyingly trendy these days. But it invites us to believe that life can shift in an instant. Sometimes, the superior solution in a snare is simple. Swift. Sly.

I have emphasized that transformation through yoga requires patience. But yoga is also dynamic in its offerings and defiant of limitations. We can use elements of this multidimensional practice to hack our bodies, minds and spirits to transmute how we feel in mere moments.

Don’t believe me?

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Nick Palladino teaches students and clients how to reduce stress, to increase happiness and to elevate health through yoga, wellness coaching and strength training.

P-Nutrition: Your New Magic Bullet

Phones have been ringing off the hook at The Big Yogi since we introduced our hot new program last week: Patience Training™. But wait, there is more!

Many fitness professionals deem nutrition very important for achieving your goals. This is a huge understatement. Nutrition is the most important factor in determining how your body will look, function and feel. It constitutes at least 80 percent of the equation.

Luckily for you, we have got you covered!

This week, we are excited to announce P-training’s state-of-the-art counterpart: Patience Nutrition. Combine both programs now in a special promotion to transform your body and your life.

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Nick Palladino teaches students and clients how to reduce stress, to increase happiness and to elevate health through yoga, wellness coaching and strength training.

The Patient Practice: Five Steps to Transform Your Relationship With Yoga and Life

How does one become adept at yoga? Simply. Through patience.

Timely conversations always seem to happen, well, at the right moment. Just before I sat down to write this post, I spoke to the friend who had set me up on a blind date with yoga nine years ago, then left me to be seduced by the transformational qualities of this siren.

After hearing us talk, my girlfriend asked whether he still practiced yoga. Not really, I responded. She looked at me a bit confused and asked why not. I smiled and replied, “Because that is the hardest part of practicing.”
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Nick Palladino teaches students and clients how to reduce stress, to increase happiness and to elevate health through yoga, wellness coaching and strength training.