Yoga for breast cancer is a specific exercise practice that targets those that suffer from physical and emotional fatigue from breast cancer recovery. Diana Ross, E-RYT 500, founder of …Continue
Added by Breast Cancer Yoga on May 21, 2012 at 6:00am — No Comments
Yoga creates harmony of mind and body. It has become center stage in the offerings of complementary therapies for breast cancer recovery. Yoga is now offered in conjunction with other standards of medical care.
Physically yoga can be an extremely important part of recovery wellness.…Continue
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How and Where To Begin a Yoga Practice
Where do I start? What do I need to know to begin a yoga practice? One day at a time is where you start so not to…Continue
To be honest, when I originally moved out from NYC to Los Angeles, I was not that thrilled. But my boyfriend had a great job opportunity and so I went with him. I was so used to practicing yoga in my city and I felt so at home and spoiled, that I just assumed nothing would ever be able to compare to it. Would Los Angeles be able to live up to all my great teachers in the Village and Union Square?
You bet they have! I must say I am quite impressed with what is going on in the…Continue
Added by Ellen Hur on January 3, 2012 at 11:55am — No Comments
Anyone want a free yoga teacher training? I just got word about an amazing opportunity for students to enter and win a fully paid yoga certification program via YogaTrainingGuide.com Announced over the weekend, their new annual yoga teacher scholarship program aims to support students who cannot afford a training. Students have from now until November 18 to enter the program.
There are 21 schools in which students can select their yoga teacher training from and they include…Continue
Yoga is widely spreading now in the all countries. As we all know yoga was first originated in the India. Yoga is an exercise which increases the growth and development of the body. The people who do the yoga regularly feel bright and active for the whole day. Yoga helps to maintain the expansion and enlargement…Continue
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When she's not down-dogging with her dog, Katherine Dowdney blogs about life as an instructor for Yoga Bear. Katherine found us while searching for volunteer opportunities in the San Francisco Bay area where she lives with her husband and dog. "Writing for Yoga Bear seemed like such a joyful opportunity to volunteer and be part of a…Continue
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Sepril (center) is explaining how to modify yoga with blankets, rolled yoga mats, blocks, straps and chairs. Sepril and her husband, Frank Iszak, hosted their first yoga retreat in Joshua Tree, California, in a Frank…Continue
Added by Jean Di Carlo-Wagner,MA,E-RYT500 on October 12, 2010 at 4:30am — No Comments
Check out the article in BayStateParent at my web link provided here http://www.exclusiveyoga.com/pdf/baystate_parent.pdf. The author interviews three of my survivor-clients who've come to Exclusive Yoga classes for some time. The "featured" client, Jacy Watson, is on the magazine cover. In the article, there is great coverage about the virtual void in the medical world when…Continue
Added by Jean Di Carlo-Wagner,MA,E-RYT500 on June 1, 2010 at 6:30am — No Comments
Develop strength in your arms and shoulders. Prepare yourself for headstand, handstand, scorpion, peacock and other Hatha Yoga Asanas. This is a variation of Shvanasana (Svanasana). It prepares for Vrikshasana, Shirshasana, Mayurasana and Kakasana. Also good for prevention of any shoulder problem. Discuss about this and other Yoga practices on…Continue
Added by Sukadev Bretz on April 21, 2010 at 1:35am — No Comments
Stretch your back and buttocks - release tensions. This twisting crocodile is a powerful exercise for a healthy back, very good for the internal organs. Sanskrit name of this Hatha Yoga Asana is Nakarasana. Demonstrated by Mahashakti, explained by Sukadev. More infos on Crocodile Variations at Yoga…Continue
Added by Jean Di Carlo-Wagner,MA,E-RYT500 on February 23, 2010 at 5:00am — No Comments