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Invocation Chant to Patanjali
This invocation is a prayer honoring and expressing respect to Patanjali, the Indian sage and author of The Yoga Sutras. It is often chanted in yoga classes taught in the style of yoga master BKS Iyengar.
Frank Jude Boccio, RYT
Freedom and happiness are not found in some future time or other place. They are found here/now and here/now is always changing. My hope is that you may find real pleasure and real fun in this most important matter of birth and death, the real field of yogic action ...
Starting a Yoga Practice
Yoga is the union of the mind, body and spirit expressed in motion, sound, meditation and community. This ancient practice of asanas (poses), meditation and gentle ritual will enrich your life and deepen your knowledge of your Self, while opening your spirit toward the world around ...
A Conversation with Ana Forrest: Yoga Instructor
Ana Forrest does not have a hit TV show. She is not into the glitz and glamour of Hollywood. You won't find her a topic of gossip on the nightly entertainment news ...
Ideas for Developing a Teaching Philosophy
The following exercises and questions will help you articulate your teaching goals and values, by reflecting on your experiences with yoga in and out of the classroom. ...
Pronunciation: par-ee-vreet-tah ...
Yoga Tips for Students
Victor Oppenheimer, Yoga.com Founder
1. Yoga confers benefits to the body, mind and spirit, and these benefits are best realized through a regular personal practice...and ...
Why Try Yoga?
I will bet you didn't know that the purpose of yoga is to quiet your mind, not to put your foot behind your ...
Yoga.com Frequently Asked Questions
Here you can find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about yoga and ...
The Meaning of Aum
I begin my classes here at Unity Woods and out on the road the same way every time. I sit with the students for a few minutes, either in Sukhasana or Virasana, palms folded in front of the chest. As we sit, I give some instructions to relax the students and redirect their attention ...
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