• Hot Yoga: Be Prepared

    Devoted hot yogis swear by the health benefits of hot yoga, but if you’re new to practicing in a heated studio, temperatures of 90+ degrees can be a recipe for sickness rather than good health. In fact, depending on the type of studio and class, the heat may be cranked up to 100 degrees – 104 degrees

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  • Choosing the Right Yoga Clothes

    Yoga, the union of mind and body, is achieved in part through practicing physical postures, which cultivate mind-body awareness. If the clothes you are wearing are too loose fitting or tight, however, you may find that you spend more time worrying about discomfort than actually enjoying your practice.

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  • Breaking Bad Habits With Yoga

    Human beings are creatures of habit. Thankfully, it is possible to change or reverse negative habits and actions over time — and regular yoga practice can help you do it. How Habits Are Formed, for Better or Worse Whether our habits are positive or negative ones, there is an explanation behind our

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  • Boost Your Energy with Yoga

    Feeling tired? Given our fast-paced, high-stress lives, it is natural to feel exhausted and depleted – even after a good night’s sleep. A regular yoga practice can help give your body an energy boost while calming your mind amidst daily chaos. More challenging yoga postures, such as inversions, boost

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  • Am I Too Old to Start Practicing Yoga?

    Would you like to start a yoga practice but are worried that you are too old? The good news is that whether you are nine years old or 90 years old, it is never too late to start a yoga practice. Yoga offers many important benefits for older individuals, including enhanced mobility and flexibility as

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  • All About Acroyoga

    If traditional forms of yoga are too sedate for you, acroyoga may be the perfect way to shake up your exercise routine. This relatively new form of yoga was created in 2006 and combines yoga with acrobatics. Participants work with partners to perform a variety of intricate poses. Although acroyoga does

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  • 5 Ways Yoga Can Change Your Life

    For many people, yoga is a modern-day symbol of wellness and serenity in a fast-paced world. In fact, more than 20 million Americans practice yoga — and they have good reason to do so. In addition to many unique spiritual benefits, including mindfulness, self-awareness and the ability to stay present,

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  • 5 Important Yoga Benefits for Men

    If you think yoga is just for women, you are mistaken. Yoga offers a host of physical and mental health benefits for everyone, from children to seniors — including men! Here are five important benefits that men can reap from stepping onto their mats and practicing yoga regularly. Strength Training While

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  • Yoga Styles

    Yoga practitioners of all skill level can find a class that allows them to hone their yoga mastery. Whether you are looking for an athletic experience, or a meditative slow-moving class -- a style of yoga exists to meet your needs. Aerial This aerobic form of yoga incorporates props such as fabric

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  • Yin

    Discover a world of yoga that focuses on balancing the body, mind and spirit. Yin yoga is the “quiet practice” – a deeply meditative practice that cultivates mindfulness and opens the body on the subtlest level. Poses, known as asanas, are typically held for 5 to 8 minutes. Practitioners come into

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  • Vinyasa

    If you're looking for a faster-paced approach to the standard hatha yoga class, you are likely an ideal candidate for vinyasa yoga. Otherwise referred to as yoga flow, vinyasa takes such standard exercises as the warrior and the sun salutation and infuses them with an ever-present sense of movement.

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  • Viniyoga

    In recent years, yoga has transformed from an ancient practice aimed at providing spiritual and physical growth to one that, while still dedicated to these goals, covers a far vaster amount of ground. With the availability of hatha, vinyasa, bikram and a wide array of other yoga approaches, it can be

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  • Svaroopa Yoga

    Although yoga remains one of the best means of strengthening both mind and body, it, like other forms of exercise, also holds the potential for long, frustrating plateaus. After you've been attending the same yoga sessions, you're bound to see a leveling off in improvement. And eventually, if your primary

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  • Sivananda

    Sivananda yoga is a non-proprietary form of yoga that distills the wisdom of yoga into five key principles: proper exercise (asanas), proper breathing (pranayama), proper relaxation (savasana), proper diet (vegetarian) and positive thinking/meditation. Following five key principles, Sivananda yoga aims

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  • Prenatal

    Pregnancy is a simultaneously exciting and stressful experience, with stress winning out with unfortunate frequency for many expecting mothers. In addition to all the usual concerns related to a rapidly changing body and the prospect for caring for a newborn baby, many of today's expecting mothers also

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  • Yoga Therapy

    When people become injured, a doctor often recommends physical therapy - it's Western medicine's traditional fix. What if there were a more effective way to treat injuries and illnesses, perhaps even preventing some of them? Most people know that practicing yoga results in a more flexible body and a

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