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Patanjali and the Concept of Niyama in Yogic Philosophy

Contemporary Yogic philosophy is the more subtle and deeper contemplation of the integration of Yoga’s wisdom and practices into daily life. There are many different areas of Yogic philosophy including very detailed instructions on awakening the Kundalini energy, extremely detailed nuances of Yoga asana alignment, and specialized breathing techniques to accompany meditative practices.

The Many Benefits of Yoga Nidra

Yoga Nidra is the deepest form of relaxation – experienced by Yogis during states of meditation. It is commonly described as bringing an incredible calmness and clarity to the mind, and often referred to as a form of ‘Yogic sleep.’ While in the state of Yoga Nidra, you are beyond…

When Yoga Practice Gets Stale

Repeating a favorite series of Yoga asanas can really ground a practice and help focus, but sometimes practice can feel stale. Trying some new tricks can help even the most advanced practitioner see himself in a new light and make him look forward to his time on the mat.

Yoga and Breathing Exercises For Busy Women: 3 Benefits Of Good Breathing Habits For More Energy

As a busy mum and entrepreneur your days are full. Have you ever woken up, troubled and anxious as your mind runs through the list of things you have to do that day? Perhaps you have given up even trying to keep a to-do list as you never have the time, or energy to write one out!

Yoga Practice for States of Bliss

With the many forms of practice, Yoga provides the opportunity for experiencing higher states of consciousness. This is a naturally occurring phenomenon that accompanies Yoga practice, even if the individual practicing it is not actively seeking such experiences. Many times, people begin Yoga for purely physical reasons, but stick with it for a lifetime, because of the spiritually enriching elements. Why does Yoga promote states of bliss?

Yoga Festivals for Energizing Your Mind

Have you considered a change in your daily Yoga practice? Maybe you feel your personal practice needs new energy. There is a time when all of us feel it is time to “recharge our batteries.” Famous sociologist, Robert MacIver, wrote…

The Purpose of Restorative Yoga

Restorative Yoga differs from most of its counterparts – in that it utilizes a wide variety of props, all designed to make the postures (asanas), as low impact, easy, and relaxing as possible. All varieties of Yoga provide holistic health support and good physical conditioning in addition to promoting spiritual awareness, but one type is especially effective at reversing the effects of burnout, exhaustion, and fatigue: Restorative Yoga.

Hatha and Vinyasa Yoga for Improving the Endocrine System

Each movement-based style of Yoga has its benefits, and all are known to have a profound impact on the endocrine system, in particular. In order to understand how beneficial this is, it helps to have an understanding of just how vast the endocrine system truly is.

Yoga Arm Balance – The Crane (Bakasana)

The crane pose, bakasana, is an arm balance which requires a certain amount of upper body and core strength but replies more on steadiness and focus. It’s a posture which can be attainable if challenging to those new to yoga, while offering a lot to the experience yogi alike.

Liability Insurance for Yoga Teachers

If you teach Yoga, you may have always assumed that if anything happened to one of the students in your class, the studio’s insurance would take care of it. More and more Yoga instructors, however, are considering whether they need liability coverage and if so, how much. While most studios do not require instructors to carry their own policies, it may be worth it in the long run.

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