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Juliane
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StyleNectar ~ Living Beautifully thru a Fusion of Holistic LifeStyle, Food & Art!
Interests: Juliane Porter is Fine Artist and Founder of StyleNectar.com where she shares tips on Living Beautifully via Food, Art and Holistic LifeStyle.
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Hello cmartcookie! Oops, you’re right. I made the correction. Enjoy!! Much love, Juliane Juliane Porter Blog: www.StyleNectar.com Art: www.JulianePorter.com StyleNectar ~ Living Beautifully viaHolistic LifeStyle, Yoga Art
Namaskaram. Join me for a soothing, slow yoga flow. Prepare to balance your chakras, breath deeply and get your prana flowing freely once again. We can probably all use a bit of uplifting relaxation and centering during the current period of self isolation and quarantine. Sending you all my love. Continue reading
Posted Mar 29, 2020 at StyleNectar
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Simple Tips to Stay Centered & Well during this challenging time. Continue reading
Posted Mar 24, 2020 at StyleNectar
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Please enjoy these excellent tips courtesy of the Medical Medium. Continue reading
Posted Mar 14, 2020 at StyleNectar
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Please enjoy this beautiful 60 second meditation by our beautiful Ram Dass (April 6, 1931- December 22, 2019). ~Namaskaram Juliane Continue reading
Posted Feb 27, 2020 at StyleNectar
Dear Swetta, Thank you for your lovely comments and thoughts. I am happy you found the articles informative. So true, our bodies know how to maintain excellent health when provided the proper tools. Have a beautiful day :) Much love, Juliane
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S I L E N C E "Silence has three gates to pass. One is the most peripheral: speaking. Speak only telegraphically. Speak the essential and you will be surprised that almost ninety per cent of your talking is useless; only ten per cent will do.And you will also be surprised — that ten per cent will become more effective because... Continue reading
Posted May 18, 2019 at StyleNectar
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You're personally invited to join me for a beautiful, invigorating & rejuvenating 55 Min Beginner Vinyasa Yoga Flow complete with Yoga Nidra Savasana... all in the comfort of home.If you have any questions or would like guidance I'll happily... All Love. Namaskar. ~Jayashrii Continue reading
Posted Feb 19, 2019 at StyleNectar
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Please join me for a fun invigorating and rejuvenating 50 Min Vinyasa Yoga Flow for Experienced Beginner/All Levels! Leave any comments/questions below and I'll be happy to answer and provide guidance for you :) All Love. Namaskar. Jayashrii Continue reading
Posted Jan 25, 2019 at StyleNectar
Dear Cold press juice addict, Thank you for your kind comments! Yes, I love the ginger too! And it's so great for digestive health and cleansing... also warming in the winter months. Let me know if you have any further questions or comments in the future. I look forward to seeing you again soon at StyleNectar :) Live Beautifully & Be Well! Love, Juliane
Dear Vandana, You are most welcome! I'm happy you enjoyed the article. Keep me posted on your pranayama and yoga practice and let me know if you have any comments or questions in the future. It is lovely to hear from you and hope to see you again soon at StyleNectar. Be well & Live Beautifully! Love, Juliane
You are most welcome, Felicia! Enjoy your beautifully clean home and the aromatherapy side benefits :) Much love, Juliane
You may use your favorite green tea powder. Any will do! Be well & Live Beautifully :) Love, Juliane
Toggle Commented Jan 19, 2019 on Chocolate Covered Matcha Smoothie at StyleNectar
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Join me for a free invigorating and rejuvenating 40 Minute Intermediate/Advanced Vinyasa Yoga Flow :) Continue reading
Posted Jan 11, 2019 at StyleNectar
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Lemon Drop Coconut Snowballs are delectable bites of bliss! Enjoy as a delicious pick-me-up snack, a festive holiday party dessert, or a pre/post workout protein boost. I served them at my recent Yoga Workshop... always a hit. Without further ado... let's get to the recipe :) Continue reading
Posted Dec 24, 2018 at StyleNectar
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As discussed in Part I, Pranayama, in Yoga, is the practice of controlling the breath, which is the source of our pranah, or vital life force. If we control the breath, we control the mind. Stated differently, fast breathing = restless mind; still breath = still mind and clear perception. When the breath is still, the mind is still. Pranayama, the constriction of airways via controlled breathing techniques, leads to higher levels of CO2 which improves O2 delivery throughout the tissues of the body and dilates brain capillaries - creating an incredible health cascade. Without further ado, let's look further into the incredible benefits of Pranayama Practice, a bit more of the fascinating science behind it and learn a simple Pranayama technique we can employ anywhere, anytime to induce a calm clear... Continue reading
Posted Nov 30, 2018 at StyleNectar
You are most welcome, Donna! Thank you for your kind comments and for stopping by StyleNectar. Please share more about magnetic field therapy... intrigued! We look forward to seeing you again soon :) Be Well & Live Beautifully! Much love, Juliane
PS. Dear Ones... you know who you are :) As promised (and completely off-topic) in yoga class last week, the facial tool we were talking about may be found here: https://www.timelessha.com/products/192-micro-needle-dermaroller. Feel free to reach out with any questions you may have. Much love, Juliane
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Pranayama, in Yoga, is the practice of controlling the breath, which is the source of our pranah, or vital life force. If we control the breath, we control the mind. Stated differently, fast breathing = restless mind; still breath = still mind and clear perception. When the breath is still, the mind is still... Continue reading
Posted May 17, 2018 at StyleNectar
Dear Dr. Christian, Thank you for your kind words! So happy you enjoyed. Look forward to seeing back at StyleNectar again soon! Live Beautifully! Much love, Juliane
Toggle Commented May 17, 2018 on The Science behind Yoga at StyleNectar
You are so welcome! Have a beautiful day :) Much love, Juliane
Dear Evan, Thank you for your kind words! Have a beautiful day :) Sincerely, Juliane
Toggle Commented May 17, 2018 on Ireland Babes at StyleNectar
Hi Sara, Thank you for your comment and kind words! Carob is a great substitute - in fact I often use it 50/50 w/ the Cacao to cut back on the caffeine naturally present in Cacao. There are a ton of antioxidants and iron and magnesium in Cacao but it also does have a stimulating affect that some people would rather avoid - therefore, using Carob can be an excellent choice. Have a beautiful day :) Much love, Juliane
Toggle Commented Mar 17, 2018 on Macaccinos, Meditation & more... at StyleNectar
Kenzo had been paralyzed in all four legs for two weeks. He wasn’t eating, he slept only on his side and he never even tried to get up. Prescription medications had no effect. His owners were on a mission to find a solution, and that’s when they found Dr. Valérie Trudel’s acupuncture and osteopathy clinic. When Kenzo arrived at the clinic, he seemed to be in pain. Dr. Trudel’s first instinct was to prepare his owners for the possibility of euthanasia. Obviously, that’s not a reality any pet owner wants to face, so they made up their mind to try everything they could. They knew the journey ahead would be long. Dr. Trudel performed acupuncture on Kenzo and his owners decided to wait a full 24-hours before making a snap judgement about the results. Kenzo arrived lying on his side. After the first treatment, he left lying on his stomach. Dr. Trudel saw him again two weeks later; he was... Continue reading
Posted Dec 9, 2017 at StyleNectar
Hi CES, It's lovely to meet you! Thank you for your excellent question. It's probably ok food combining since we're blending everything and not using that terribly much cacao. I personally don't have any problems with it whatsoever and I am fairly sensitive to improper food combining. That said, it's an individual thing as all our bodies are different so listen to your body and if it works well for you great! Otherwise, you could simply leave out/reduce the cacao/almond milk (sub just enough water to get the blender going for the milk). Let me know how it works out for you! And, as always let me know if you have any other questions, comments or insights. I love to hear from you! Have a beautiful day :) Much Love, Juliane