Within every form of Yoga are the tools of change. Yoga was designed to give you the tools to improve yourself, your health, and your lifestyle - at this moment. Just by practicing your favorite form of Yoga, each day, you reinforce your emotional health; but let's observe how the principle wor
In most people, yoga invokes pictures of a tough exercise routine where extremely supple humans twist themselves into pretzel-like forms. We are told of the lofty things that yoga aims to do - bring about the union of our souls with the Supreme. Is it possible, really?
Ashtanga yoga was introduced to the world by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois of Mysore, South India. Ashtanga yoga is a complex set of poses and requires extensive practice and patience to learn. The postures are in a specific sequence and aim to have yogis practice in each of these eight limbs: morality, inte
All of us experience stress. Even if we're involved in a thorough workout program, it's impossible to not get affected by the tests and difficulties of daily life. Work relationships and sometimes even a trip to the fitness center can create anxiety. Combating stress is a day-to-day endeav
Power yoga or hot yoga are two of the simplest forms of yoga to teach. However, gentle yoga is a form of exercise which can be a bit complicated as far as teaching it to the students is concerned. This is an intense form of yoga which requires thorough understanding and practice. Anyone who wants to
To become a yoga instructor is one thing, but to teach yoga to children is another. No matter what kind of yoga teacher training course you take, there is nothing like teaching kids. If you are able to channel the motivation of your group toward a constructive purpose, you have accomplished a wonder
By now, you’ve already heard about the growing list of benefits of meditation. The question is, how can you make sure you can really enjoy all of them? The answer is by making it a part of your lifestyle. This means you’re not going to do this only a few times a week. In fact, Buddhist o
Meditation is a discipline by which one attempts to get beyond the conditioned, "thinking" mind into a deeper state of relaxation or awareness. It often involves turning attention to a single point of reference. Meditation is recognized as a component of almost all religions, and has been