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A few lessons I learned about Getting back to yoga. It happens. Sometimes you just fall off the Yoga-practice-routine wagon. Busy period at work, family obligations or other seasonal activities; perhaps your membership ran out, you were sick or you went on vacation, or maybe you had a discouraging class. Whatever the reason – people […]MORE INFO
from time.com by Markham Heid Devoted hot yogis swear by the activity’s many benefits. Others roll their eyes and wonder: Is it even safe to work out at 104 degrees? Here’s what the experts say Start poking around for hard science on Bikram or “hot” yoga, and you’ll find something curious: There’s not much of it. “Considering […]MORE INFO
A person can “. . .fight heavy genetic issues with yoga and keep spinal surgery at bay,” says Vijay Vad MD, a sports medicine specialist at the Hospital for Special Surgery and faculty at Weill Cornell Medical College. He’s also the author of Back RX: A 15-Minute-a-Day Yoga- and Pilates-Based Program to End Low Back […]MORE INFO
“The art of Contrology proves that the real guide to your true age lies not in years or how you THINK you feel but as you ACTUALLY are as infallibly indicated by the degree of natural and normal flexibility enjoyed by your spine throughout life. If your spine is inflexibly stiff at 30 you are […]MORE INFO
“Nobody’s saying we’re all going to do yoga and look 20 forever. But yogis are renowned for their inner and outer vitality, ability to move, breathe, stay strong and active. If that’s not the fountain of youth, I don’t know what is!” Sadie Nardini Ageing is a reality of the passing in time. What we […]MORE INFO
The language of Yoga is Sanskrit. It is believed that word Yoga is derived from Sanskrit root , yuj, which is translated to mean “yoke”, “tying together” and “to unite”. The most common interpretation of the word “Yoga” is yoking together of mind, body and spirit. This is achieved in practice when practitioners are totally […]MORE INFO