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Private Yoga Sessions
Are privates worth the cost? Yes, if you're willing to find a teacher that meets your financial requirements.
Reaching Out to the Yoga Community
Reaching out to the larger yoga community can deepen one's practice immeasurably.
Restorative Yoga is a very different from an active practice.
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.
Review of Mantras Made Easy
Published in 2017, this book is meant to demystify the use of mantra in meditation, and to open the practice to those of all religions and spiritualities. Does this approach work?
Review of Mindfulness - An Everyday Guide
This single issue publication is a fast read covering a number of subjects related to yoga and meditation. What it includes in breadth it unfortunately lacks in depth, however. Should you purchase it? Read on for more information.
Review of The Great Work of Your Life
Interested in learning more about yoga philosophy? Stephen Cope's latest book is a must-read for those wanting to see the relationship between the Hindu canon and modern yoga.
The final energy center running up the human torso, Sahasrara is at once spiritual and physical -- because what is the difference between the two?
Ever wonder why all yoga classes end with this pose?
Setting An Intention
It’s not uncommon to hear a teacher suggest that one ‘set an intention’ at the start of a yoga class. What, exactly, does that mean? And why is it important?
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