Live Be Yoga After Dark—New Nightly Rituals every week day during October!
Live Be Yoga After Dark—New Nightly Rituals every week day during October!

LBY After Dark—Cameron’s Nighttime Cacao Blend

This satisfying drink with almond milk, cashew butter, and cacao is delicious cold—or heated up for a cozy bedtime treat on a chilly night. Live Be Yoga Ambassador Cameron Allen's secret is double the cacao for extra chocolatey goodness!   Featured Product: Ellyndale’s Nutty Infusions™ cashew butter. With only 2 grams of sugar or less per serving and no artificial additives, these delicious nut butters start with only the freshest almonds and cashews carefully roasted for the perfect flavor. Available in roasted almond and cashew butter, as well as inspired flavors including Ginger Wasabi, Mango Chili, and Salted Caramel.

About the Studio

Yoga Journal's Live Be Yoga Tour partnered with AIM Studios to produce our Live Be Yoga After Dark series in October—bringing you Nightly Rituals to come together. Mondays feature Sound Bath Meditations, Tuesdays feature Candle Light Meditations, Wednesdays are Self Care Rituals, Thursdays provide healthy Bedtime Snacks, Fridays finish the week with Intention-setting Meditations. Join the collective every weekday for a new offering throughout October.

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Cameron Allen
Cameron Allen
Live Be Yoga Ambassador Cameron Allen began his path to understanding mind-body awareness with B.S. degrees in health and sports science and psychology. Seeing that there was more to know outside of the colonized education system, he began seeking understanding through direct experience with nature, astrology, herbalism, yoga, rootwork, and other indigenous modalities.  
Live Be Yoga Ambassador Cameron Allen began his path to understanding mind-body awareness with B.S. degrees in health and sports science and psychology. Seeing that there was more to know outside of the colonized education system, he began seeking understanding through direct experience with nature, astrology, herbalism, yoga, rootwork, and other indigenous modalities.  
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