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  1. The Woman's Book of Yoga and Health
    This book is subtitled 'A Lifelong Guide to Wellness' by Linda Sparrowe, Patricia Walden, Judith Hanson Lasater. Great photos and instruction ...
  2. Yoga for Women's Health
    A powerful new video for every woman teen to post-menopausal. Learn to prevent pelvic weakness and incontinence, reduce tension, low back pain, and ...
  3. Herbal Healing for Women: Simple Home Remedies for Women of All Ages
    Rosemary Gladstar interweaves folk wisdom, her own experience as an herbalist, and sound medical principles in a guide to women's health that is ...
  4. 21 Day Weight Loss Kickstart by Neal Barnard
    With Dr. Barnard's advice on how to easily start a plant-based diet, you'll learn the secrets you need to reprogram your body.
  5. Anatomy of Hatha Yoga
    In this book by H. David Coulter, the reader is introduced to a gentle way to achieve health and fitness.

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  1. The Art of Graceful Aging: Women’s Health and the Yoga Practice
    At ten years of age, Geeta Iyengar faced an almost fatal case of nephritis, a kidney disease. She sought her father for comfort not only because his presence was stabilizing but also because he was known in the community as a healer. B.K.S. Iyengar bluntly instructed his daughter to either “embrace yoga, the only panacea for her, or to live until her disease took its toll.”(Iyengar i). With such a bleak and white ultimatum, Geeta vehemently pursued the yoga practice under the tutelage of her father. B.K.S. Iyengar’s fame spread worldwide as his innovative approach to hatha yoga attracted other devotees. Mr. Iyengar is now known as the father of the practice appropriately named Iyengar yoga. Geeta, herself, has since mastered the art and has taught since 1961 (Iyengar ...
  2. And Men Can Come Too…Yoga for Men's Health
    For men, being able to tell the difference between bad stress and healthy stress can be impossible. From an early age we are told to push ourselves to the limit, to compete on every level.  The jobs we go for include the maxim 'must be able to work under pressure'. ...
  3. PMS Relief
    Premenstrual Syndrome, or PMS, is a set of symptoms that occur 1-2 weeks prior to a woman's menstrual cycle. Symptoms may include anxiety, depression, nervous tension, food cravings, headaches, fatigue, insomnia, heart palpitations, water retention, breast tenderness and bloating. ...
  4. Yoga for Women in all Phases of Life
    Today there are many medical options for treating "women's" health issues. There are also many self-help tools available to assist in staying vibrant and alive even during times of great hormonal shifts such as pregnancy, postpartum, premenstrual, and the peri and postmenopausal phases of our ...
  5. Acupuncture and Menopause
    Since making its dramatic debut in the United States in 1971, acupuncture is being used successfully by millions of women to treat menopausal symptoms, such as hot flashes and depression. Originating from ancient Chinese traditions, acupuncture is quickly becoming a preferred alternative to traditional health ...

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  1. Welcome to the Women's Health Forum
    Hello and welcome to the Women's Health Forum! So as to ensure a welcoming and harmonious environment in this forum, we would like to remind everyone ...
  2. Women's Health Magazine..
    Hey everyone! Has anyone seen this month's Women's Health? Typically, it's a great magazine. The articles are good and not every model is a stick figure ...
  3. RE: Women's Health Magazine..
    I just wrote to the editor of Fityoga on that exact topic. I said that it is the responsibility of the media that covers yoga to show a true representation ...
  4. RE: Women's Health Magazine..
    That's what I'm saying.. and not all of the poses look back..but, for example, in one-legged king pigeon pose, I thought both hips were supposed to stay ...
  5. RE: Women's Health Magazine..
    modifications and props are the way to show it though if one is 'less flexible.' i wrote a lengthy letter to the editor of a regular health magainze ...

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