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Pranayama and the Nervous System
Breath is intimately connected to movement in yoga. Do you know the science behind the exercises?

Studio Classes Are Worth It!
Even if you don't attend weekly, a studio class can add a great deal to your yoga practice. Here's why.

The Gayatri Mantra
Fall is a great time to move our meditation and yoga practices into a higher gear, and this mantra is one way to do so.

Introduction to the Koshas
Yogic philosophy gives us a map of what it means to 'get out of our head' and integrate mind, body, and spirit.

Iyengar Yoga
All yoga students owe a debt to both Iyengar the man and Iyengar yoga. This style isn't for everyone all the time, but even small doses can make a difference in your lifetime yoga diet.

Practice with a Chair
Thesse asana can easily be done in your office, so you can take a break from working at the desk!

Yoga For Fibromyalgia
Fibromyalgia is difficult to treat, but studies have shown that yoga moves, meditation, and breathwork can help.

Setu Bandha Sarvangasana
Whether you use the mouthful Sanskrit name – or prefer to simply call it “Bridge” – this pose provides amazing benefits to both your mind and body.

Cobra, Sphinx, and Seal Poses
These asana will help to open your chest and throat and access Vishuddhi chakra or several meridian lines in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Cobra is an essential part of Sun Salutations, while Sphinx and Seal are integral Yin poses.

Vishuddhi Chakra
Vishuddhi is the chakra associated with creativity and communication. Here's a primer on how to work with these energies.

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