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Posted on 10/15/18Yoga Style: Iyengar, Kundalini Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Scaravelli-Inspired, Yoga Therapy
As the sun shifts into Virgo and the late summer's earth element, we are enjoying the fruits of our labors along with the slowing & cooling down of summer. The earth element brings us stability and a space to pause and collect ourselves between the seasons. The calm and steadiness of earth helps prepare us for the shifting unsteadiness of the air element which...
Posted on 10/9/18
Yoga training in today’s modern world is the apt medium of attaining the authentic and refined knowledge of the ancient art.Read the article to know the best and popular yoga courses in India.
The modern time makes us walk with stress on a tightrope...
Posted on 8/20/18Yoga Style: Iyengar, Scaravelli-Inspired
Today marks the halfway point between the summer solstice and the fall equinox. It's called Lamas and it signals the beginning of the harvest season. We are about to transition into Late Summer as we move beyond the peak of summer. Before we do, take with you the lessons learned from your growth this year. Take some time to honor what you have accomplished before you begin to reap...
Posted on 8/1/18Yoga Style: Bhakti Yoga
One of the people most exemplifying the path of compassion is Yeshi Donden, the Tibetan Physician for the Dalai Lama. Every day he recites this Buddhist Prayer:
“May all living beings be free of suffering and the cause of suffering….May everything I do go to ensure that they be free of suffering and the cause of suffering…May...
Posted on 7/26/18Yoga Style: Iyengar, Scaravelli-Inspired
Memorial Day marked the unofficial start of the summer season. Summer ignites the fire element. The warmth of fire has the power to bring us out of the contraction of the cold dark winter into a state of expansion and joy. We have more energy to accomplish our tasks and more hours of light within which to accomplish them.
Fire is known for its dynamism, transformation and passion, but...
Posted on 7/5/18
When a baby enters your life it’s like a deep void being filled up, one that you never realized was there! The little bundle of joy sure makes everything alright—the overwhelming nine months of pregnancy, the excruciating experience of going into labor, and quiet not-your-favorite kind of changes happening with your body.
However, let's not lose sight of all the hormonal...
Posted on 6/27/18Yoga Style: Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Iyengar, Kundalini Yoga, Pranayama, Vinyasa, Yoga Philosophy, Yoga Therapy
200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh, India
200 Hours Residential Yoga Teacher Training Program offered by Om Yoga Rishikesh is an intensive Yoga TTC course designed to match the requirements of all inspired Yoga aspirants who are willing to plunge deeper and...
Posted on 6/6/18
Yoga is the science of unity. It unites each and every particle of the universe to create an intelligent world. Yoga has the ability to regulate every action within the body. Those who practice the ancient science routinely feel the magic of asanas on the body. The biggest impact of Yoga is undoubtedly on the human brain from where all the body processes are...
Posted on 5/30/18Yoga Style: Karma Yoga
April is a special time of year. Not only do we celebrate Hanuman’s birthday with the first full moon of April, but April heralds the beginning of spring and even include’s one of my favorite holidays, Earth Day!
Spring is characterized by the wood element, according to Traditional Chinese Medicine. The wood element is about the energy to take action. This energy is present...
Posted on 5/23/18Yoga Style: Ashtanga, Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga, Beginner, Hatha Yoga, Yoga Nidra, Yoga Philosophy
Internationally Certified 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training Course in Rishikesh, India
200 Hour Hatha & Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training Course in Rishikesh, India - Yoga Course Certified with Yoga Alliance USA, Yoga School in Rishikesh.
Our 200 hours Hatha Yoga teachers training course in Rishikesh India, will widen your understanding in the spiritual science called Yoga .This...
Posted on 5/23/18Yoga Style: Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Yoga Nidra, Yoga Philosophy
100 hour Yoga Teacher Training Course in Rishikesh, India
100 Hour Hatha & Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training Course in Rishikesh, India - Yoga Course Certified with Yoga Alliance USA, Yoga School in Rishikesh.
The 100 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course (Pre-TTC) is first section of 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training at Aatm Yogashala that conducts every month throughout the year,...
Posted on 3/28/18Yoga Style: Iyengar, Yoga Therapy
I taught a restorative yoga retreat last month where we contemplated the energy of the Ayurvedic constitution made up of Earth and Water, Kapha. We contemplated stability, density, structure, boundaries and flow. We discussed ways to antidote the excess and deficiencies that arise with these elements, which are predominant in the winter and early spring.
One of my...
Posted on 2/7/18Yoga Style: Hatha Yoga, Iyengar
It has been a little while since you have received an email from us. If we are being totally honest, this past year was a particularly challenging one on a number of different levels, personal and professional. I remember reading and sharing about last year being the Year of the Fire Rooster, in Chinese Astrology. What I read, indicated that Rooster years are about doing the constant...
Posted on 11/27/17Yoga Style: Iyengar, Yoga Therapy
Even though it is almost 90 degrees where I live in central Virginia, we have now officially transitioned into early Fall. If you cannot yet feel it in the temperature, you can see it in the colors of everything around you. What was lush and green a few weeks ago has started to turn yellow. Aptly, this is the color of this time of year, the color of the stomach and spleen meridians, our...
Posted on 9/19/17Yoga Style: Iyengar
Does this heat make it feel as if the summer could go on forever? As we start the month of August, we are entering into the late summer period, the fifth season, recognized in traditional Indian and Chinese medicine. BUT before we get ahead of ourselves, I wanted to share some final insights from the end of the summer season....
Posted on 9/8/17
In the middle of a house chore or bending over to grab something, if you suddenly feel a severe pain in back, then you are a victim of progressive backache.
The most common causes of backache are stretched muscles, strained ligaments and muscle spasm.
To get rid of this pain or manage it, you need to give at least a few minutes to back exercises every day. Don’t take this for...
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