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Yin Yoga Nomenclature
Shakespeare once noted that “a rose by any other name would smell as sweet,” but in the yoga world, that’s not exactly true. In the Yin tradition, concepts and asanas are given different names to remind practitioners of the ways in which Yin Yoga differs from its Yang styles.
One Movement, One Breath
Pranayama can be involved and challenging, but it can also be simple and effective. Here's a back to basics approach that relieves stress and allows us a fuller experience of the eight limbs of yoga.
Newcomers to yoga will enjoy Imparato's high-energy vibe and common sense principles. This book illustrates a no-nonsense way to incorporate yogic principles, meditation, and good nutrition into one's daily life.
Yoga and Weight Training
Contrary to popular opinion, weight training can be extremely beneficial to yoga practice. The secret lies in intelligently and selectively using the best of the gym to add strength to one's yoga moves.
Take the time to practice the transitional movements of vinyasa! Think through the choices! Your spiritual and physical selves will thank you.
Here's a simple meditation to open your heart and change your life!
The fourth chakra is the love center of our subtle bodies. Working with these energies allows us to open further into the wonders of our lives.
What does it mean to be “in the world, but not of it”? The fifth limb of yoga, pratyahara, invites us to find out!
Yoga for Colds & Flu
Got a cold or the flu? Here are some tips for moderating your yoga practice.
A Sanskrit word meaning ‘joy,’ ananda is a perfect focus for yoga practice.
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