Yoga is fantastic in so many ways and to get kids involved at an early age is tremendous for there well being. I recently came across this article written by Brooke Randolph on 7 Reasons Your Child Should Try Yoga. Brooke is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Indianapolis, Indiana. I’m a bit of a [...]
Headstand (Sirasana) and Shoulderstand (Sarvangasana) are often referred to as the king and queen of all yoga poses because of their importance in a yoga practice. However there are many other inverted yoga poses that can provide the same benefits and which are more easily achieved then the poses mentioned above. Essentially an inverted [...]
Jamie-Dee Marshall, Pam Moberg and Stephanie Cullen have teamed up for a retreat on September 29th and 30th (all day Saturday and Sunday morning). Fun, flexible session times will allow you to make the weekend what you want: Go for a scenic walk! Enjoy a supper with friends! Find a quiet place to read and escape! Go for a spa treatment! Focus on you!!!
Maybe you have heard of Yoga Nidra and aren’t quite sure of what it is. Or, maybe this is the first time you have ever heard of it. Yoga Nidra means “yogic sleep” or “sleep with awareness” the practice leads you into a full-body relaxation and a deep meditative state of consciousness. Yoga Nidra is [...]
There are many myths associated with yoga. It is not surprising to those of us who are long time yoga practitioners that the popularity of this profound spiritual science is now exploding on a world wide scale. Unfortunately though some of the authenticity and truths about yoga are being lost and some myths are creeping [...]
It seems like running is all the craze these days, along with yoga. So it seems right that the two fit hand in hand. So many people are lacing up and hitting the road to get in shape. Unfortunately, running can be tough on the body, creating tightness,soreness and injuries. Practicing yoga can help balance out the [...]
Yoga provides fantastic benefits for runners. I recently came across this great article by Baron Baptiste and Kathleen Finn Mendola on Yoga for Runners. During the course of an average mile run, your foot will strike the ground 1,000 times. The force of impact on each foot is about three to four times your weight. [...]