Yoga Therapy is beneficial for those who want to maintain a healthy body and those who are looking for relief from the health issues. Learn more here…read more
Are you a practicing yogi or yogini?
Do you consider your body as your temple and your practice your prayers?
Have you ever been curious about how to keep your body temple clean and fresh?
Or are you simply seeking a way towards a healthier cleaner lifestyle?
Do you suffer with sinus congestion or frequent allergies?
If you answered yes to any of these questions then read on and discover all about the ancient cleansing techniques of jala netiread more
The idea of Klesha, proposed thousands of years ago. It still holds relevance to our lives today.
By looking at this wisdom and guidance of the ancient sages it is possible that we can apply these awareness’s and ideal to our own lives and find a better path for ourselves.
Practicing yoga for back pain every day can be very effective to heal your lower back and promote general spinal health. Here we discuss the top 10 poses for back pain.read more
Bhujangasana is a yoga pose done on the stomach on the floor. The chest and torso curl upwards away from the floor. Representing the snakes body and the arms and head the Cobras hood. The hands are used only lightly and not traditionally used to push up into the pose as the snake has no limbs.read more
Unhealthy lifestyle is one of the biggest contributors to diabetes. Yoga for Diabetes one hour in a day will help keep you fit, fine and healthy forever.read more
We all know Yoga is not about how your poses look, but it is also hard to deny that some poses are quite awe-inspiring and strength-building and therefore a goal many practitioners are working towards. I would like to help you improve your own arm-balancing technique as well as to help you safely teach your students how to attempt arm balances without fear and without hurting themselves.read more
Teaching can be intimidating: I remember how I kept on finding excuses why here and now wasn’t the right time to give my first class: Too many participants, the location was too noisy, the participants too advanced for me to teach them,… The truth was that teaching intimidated me.read more
Workshops can be very beneficial for students who would like to gain deeper understanding of a certain topic that might only be addressed shortly in a Yoga class. Once you start teaching (or maybe even before that), you’ll figure out your strong points.read more
Now that you’re a certified teacher, it is time for the next step: Finding work. There might be a few bitter truths in this article because of how many new Yoga teachers are out there, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make your dream of becoming a Yoga teacher reality. Just know that it involves patience and optimism.read more