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Stop Trying To Be “Good” At Yoga

Just stop it. It’s not even a thing. Being good at yoga suggests that our abilities can be compared to someone else living an entirely different existence in body and mind.

How Much Yoga Is Enough?

Most yoga classes are an hour and a half. Some are an hour and fifteen. You can take a lunch time class for an hour. I remember a studio I

BSY.TV – Why you should try yoga online

Just because you can’t get to the yoga studio doesn’t mean you should have to miss your practice. Online yoga classes are becoming a great alternative

Practice At Home With Seane Corn, From Yoga At Home: Inspiration For Creating Your Own Home Practice

A dedicated home practice is an integral component of the study of yoga. It allows yogis of all levels to roll out their mats at any time…

The Accidental Yogi (and How I Turned into a Purposeful Yoga Practioner)

It’s never too late! Learn how this accidental yogi found her path somewhat later in life and now shares it with the world one person at a time.

10 Step Yoga Nidra: Curing the Sleep Crisis

When you think of a crisis, getting enough sleep is probably not the first issue that comes to mind. According to Reader’s Digest, sleep deprivation now rivals obesity and smoking

Half Moon Pose Calms and Balances

Half Moon pose is a yoga pose that creates balance and strength. It also requires focus, stillness and trust. Click here to master this pose!

Yoga: Which Style Best Meets Your Needs?

Do you practice yoga (or want to practice) and find yourself confused by the seemingly countless styles? If so keep reading to understand the most common styles of yoga and the philosophies of each.

New Research & Safe Yoga Practice

Recently, a large-scale comprehensive research of yoga injuries was completed at The University of Alabama at Birmingham. A database provided by National Electronic Injury Surveillance System (NEISS) included almost 30,000 records of

Yoga – Beyond the Physical

“Up dog, down dog, take a big breath in and bend your knees.  Find child pose”. We can all relate to these common words in a yoga class. We are