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Curious about Astrology or about your life's purpose? Consider reading North Node Astrology; Rediscovering your Life Direction and Soul Purpose by Elizabeth Spring, a future visiting author for All That Matters.

Her book made the top ten in astrology/self help on last month. Amazon's "Look Inside the Book" feature made a big difference, letting people know its a "good read" for non-astrologers as well. Be sure to check out Elizabeth's workshop here at ATM November 7 and gain practical and metaphysical insights into your life!

Thanks to everyone who voted for us.
We won the BEST OF RI give out by RI Monthly for best South County Yoga.

Yoga can truly guide you on the right track to health and keep you balanced both physically and mentally. Click on the link below to discover Addiction, Recovery and Yoga a featured documentary of how people have used yoga as part of their journey in recovery programs from serious addiction problems to a new life of well being an emotional stability. You'll see how
yoga is much more than just exercise and meditation.

Top 10 Reasons to Try Yoga (from Yoga Day USA)


Yoga reduces the physical effects of stress on the body. By encouraging relaxation, yoga helps to lower the levels of the stress hormone corisol. Related benefits include lowering blood pressure and heart rate, improving digestion, and boosting the immunic system as well as easing symptoms of conditions such as anxiety, depression, fatigue, asthma, and insomnia.


Yoga can ease pain. Studies have demonstrated that practicing yoga asanas (postures), meditation or a combination of the two, reduced pain for people with conditions such as cancer, multiple sclerosis, auto-immunie diseases and hypertension as well as arthritis, back and neck pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, fibromyalgia, eczema, irritable bowel syndrome and other chronic conditions. Some practitioners report that even emotional pain can be eased through the practice of yoga.


Yoga teaches people to take slower, deeper breaths. This helps to improve lung function, trigger the body's relaxation response and increase the amount of oxygen available to the body.


Yoga helps to improve flexibility and mobility, increasing range of movement and reducing aches and pains. Many people can't touch their toes during their first yoga class. Practitioners begin to use the correct muscles to make the movement and, over time, the ligaments, tendons and muscles gradually lengthen and elasticity is increased. These gradual changes can mean that more and more poses are possible.


Yoga asanas (postures) use every muscle in the body, helping to increase strength literally from head to toe. And, while the postures practicied in yoga strengthen the body, they also provide an additional benefit of helping to relieve muscular tension.


Yoga even less vigorous styles) can aid weight control efforts by reducing the cortisol levels as well as by burning excess calories and reducing stress. Yoga also encourages healthy eating habits and provides a heightened sense of well being and self esteem.


Yoga helps to improve circulation and, as a result of various poses, more efficiently moves oxygenated blood to the body's cells.


Even gentle yoga practice can provide cardiovascular benefits by lowering resting heart rate, increasing endurance and improving oxygen uptake during exercise.


Yoga helps to improve boty alignment, resulting in better posture and helping to relieve back, neck, joint and muscle problems.


Yoga helps us to focus on the present, to become more aware and to help create mind body health. It opens the way to improved coordination, reaction time and memory.

Meet Guy Box our featured Student of the month
Guy is a courteous and dedicated yogi that represents
All That matters well!

When did you start yoga and what attracted yo to the practice: I started to begin a positive and healthy lifestyle for myself. My intuition guided and attracted me to yoga.
What is your favorite style of yoga: Vinyasa Flow, Yoga Pilates and Svaroopa.
What other activities do you enjoy: Watching classic movies and being outdoors
What is the last great book you read/recommend: In my own Words by the Dalai Lama
Favorite sound: Gentle Summer Rain
Least Favorite sound: Morning alarm, in the dead of winter, on a snowy day...
Favorite meal: Spinach salad topped with baked wild salmon and sesame dressing!
What keeps you doing yoga: The athletic challenge, inner peace and spiritual growth
Advice to beginners: Slow down and be present in all you do:)
What do you like most about All That Matters: The best teachers, staff and facilities anywhere in the known galaxy and beyond!