There are 3 basic elements that are needed in a restorative yoga practice in order to receive the therapeutic benefits for breast health and breast cancer recovery.
By: Diana Ross, E-RYT 500…
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It includes postures, breathing exercises, meditations, chanting, a…Continue
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I will be holding a yoga class at Endicott Park on July 5th at 6pm in Danvers, Massachusetts. A $10 minimum donation will be collected and all proceeds will benefit The REAM Team. The class will be taught by Denver, CO resident Julie, my best friend. It will be a great day to practice yoga, focus positively on brain tumor patients of past and present and raise money for a great cause. Would love it if everyone could take a deep breath for me between the hours of 6 and 7 on July 5th and think…Continue
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Everyone, at some point may feel the stress and strain of everyday life, either with work or in personal relationships. Yoga retreats can be perfect opportunity in relieving theses pressures, and providing time off and away to rejuvenate.
Taking an opportunity, like going on a yoga retreat to recharge our emotional and physical batteries may change our entire outlook on life, and how we deal with others. It may be the place that stimulate positive change in our eating habits,…
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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
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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
Recently I had to come to the conclusion that I am officially addicted to taking yoga teacher training programs from multiple schools and teachers from around the world. I think it would come to no surprise with anyone on this site or in general that yoga can become quite addicting but not in a bad way. I used to be a marathon runner which got me turned on to it in the first place (ouch my knees). The adrenaline from running was…Continue
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Have you heard about this year's lineup for the Texas Yoga Conference?
The founders of the third-annual conference have jam-packed the schedule full of national and internationally acclaimed musicians and yoga instructors from all over the country. With several live music performances, by the Desert Dwellers, David…Continue
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I have been practicing yoga for the past ten years and recently finished a yoga teacher training and I must say that I am so glad I did! Because I have been practicing yoga for so long, I thought that there was really no point in taking a yoga certification program because I am not looking to teach yoga professionally. But did you know there are such things as yoga immersion programs?
I first discovered yoga when I was…Continue
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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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The first niyama is saucha or purity. We've all heard the old adage "cleanliness is next to godliness," but creating purity in our life is more that being sure we've showered. Maintain an orderly space around us can bring clarity of thought and respect for our belongings. Bringing mindfulness to our consumption habits: making choices to avoid toxic foods or purchase environmentally friendly products are also forms of bringing purity into our lives. Nourishing our body and soul by…Continue
A CinemAsana favorite, Sara Strother is an Anusara yoga instructor living in Chicago. We caught up with her post-holiday travels to talk about her life on and off the mat. YB: Tell me a bit about what you do and your life in Chicago.
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Sara Strother is a Chicago-based Anusara yoga instructor with a passion for cooking, music and more. Here's a bit about the life of one of our CinemAsana winners.
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