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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.
Completely new to yoga? Here are a few ideas for easing your way in
Seasoned yogi/nis and prospective teachers will enjoy perusing this reference book focused on the anatomical demands of yoga.
Yoga and Cancer
For many illnesses and disorders, yoga is attracting considerable interest as a ‘complementary therapy’. Many cancer warriors are finding this to be true for a number of reasons, and the communities that support those waging this war are taking notice.
Yoga and Hiking
For exercise…. And for spiritual growth… combining the two is a recipe for serenity
Yoga and Labyrinths
Labyrinths are not usually associated with the practice of yoga, but they have a long history as a method of quieting and concentrating the mind. Why not meld tradition?
Yoga and Meditation on Vacation
Our practices are important parts of our lives. So are our vacations. How do we combine the two?
Yoga and Non-Stealing
Yoga is more than just asana. The yamas are there to help us become better people. This article is the third in a series.
Yoga and Nonviolence
The yamas are the first limb of the yogic path. They represent self-control in five important areas. The first, ahimsa, which means 'nonviolence' in Sanskrit, is one of the most challenging to understand.
Yoga and Running
There are yogis who run, and there are runners who practice yoga. However one parses it, the combination is excellent.
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