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    Take a Moment to Pause: Yoga Practices to Ease Holiday Stress and Fatigue
    Cindy Lawrence, CMT, CYT
    During the holiday season do you find yourself feeling that there is too little time and too much to do? My solution is to simplify. ...
    Yoga Education Programs in Cambodia Teaching Disabled People
    John C. Kimbrough
    Of the many classes and students of Yoga that this writer has taught over the last ten years or so, none have impressed him as much as those who are disabled and being taught at present in a center for training and rehabilitating disabled people in ...
    Yoga for Better Health and Living: Relaxation
    John C. Kimbrough
    When individuals think of relaxation, they usually think of something that they enjoy doing and find sensually stimulating, exciting or interesting. ...
    Yoga for Your Back and Much More
    By Philip L. Milgrom, RYT, CYT
    The main focus of this article is the benefits of Yoga, and primarily those benefits for your back. However, such a limited approach would be a great disservice to you, and disrespect to the great teachers who have handed down to us this wonderful and sacred discipline from over two thousand years ago. The value of Yoga is much, much greater than what it can do for your back, just as your true value is much greater than that of your back, or of any other part, for that ...
    Yoga and Ayurveda: Two Sides of One Coin
    Dr. Marc Halpern , D.C., C.A.S., P.K.S.
    In our Western culture, many people use Yoga asana as a stretching tool to keep the body limber and agile. To this extent there is no better practice. Traditionally, however, Yoga postures are a part of a much greater spiritual ...
    Yoga and Ayurveda: Children of the Vedic Teaching
    Dr. Marc Halpern , D.C., C.A.S., P.K.S.
    Have you ever wondered why some asanas seem to leave you feeling calm, still, centered and balanced while others seem to leave you agitated, sore and off center? ...
    Balancing Pitta Dosha using Yoga Practices
    Dr. Shaun Matthews (Shantideva, Australia)
    In the ancient, scientific traditions of India, Yoga and Ayurveda are considered as sister sciences. Both sciences were first written in Sanskrit. ...
    A Restorative Yoga Fairy Tale
    Debbie Grossblatt
    Greetings! Have you ever felt so fatigued or stressed that you could not find the energy to practice the most basic yoga postures that you learned in a Level I class? Have you ever looked at the schedule from your favorite yoga studio for a class to restore your mind and body into an aligned relaxed natural state, in which self healing may occur without effort, and suddenly noticed the words Restorative Yoga following an Iyengar Level II class. The description on the flyer says one-hour class to restore the body and the mind.  Now you ask yourself, "What is restorative yoga and how can it work to reduce chronic stress?"    ...
    Depression And Our Forgotten Magnificence
    Amy Weintraub
    There is a difference between the Western therapeutic model of depression, which looks at trying to "fix" it, and the yogic tradition, which allows us to remember our true nature through the daily practice of ...
    Yoga for Back Problems
    Karen P. Barr, MD
    Yoga is an ancient practice developed in India almost 4,000 years ago. In the last decade it has become increasingly popular in the west, and currently, about 15 million people in the United Stated do yoga.   ...

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