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Yoga and it's Benefits

Yoga for Weight Loss: Standing Poses - Yoga Practice Blog

Yoga can be a wonderful tool for supporting you in your weight loss efforts. Many of the standing Yoga poses are very strengthening and...

Meditation to Experience Energy Flow - Yoga Practice Blog

Meditation is a component of any energy practice, regardless of whether it involves sitting quietly in a lotus position or practicing...

How Yoga Teachers Can Prevent Student Injuries

As a yoga teacher, there are steps you can take to prevent student injuries from happening in your classroom.Yoga goes right to the heart of the matter.

Yoga Teacher Training for Arthritis - Yoga Teacher Training Blog

Although a specialist work shop or yoga teacher training course for arthritis is rare, there is much information available.  We know that controlled movement such as traditional asana practice can give pain relief.  We also know that too much repetitive motion will cause pain.  Therefore, if a student has arthritis, holding asanas are fine, but flowing through them isn’t recommended.

Yoga Asanas for Coping with Chemotherapy - Yoga Teacher Training Blog

Chemotherapy, used most often in cancer treatment, is a powerful tool. However, like killing bugs with a sledgehammer, it packs a powerful punch to the entire body, not just the cancerous cells. Chemotherapy indiscriminately kills cells that divide rapidly, meaning that it also harms non-cancerous cells dividing rapidly under normal circumstances. Bone marrow cells, digestive tract cells, and hair follicles are all targeted by the chemotherapy, resulting in the most common side effects of the treatment: alopecia (hair loss), myelosuppression (decreased production of blood cells), and mucositis (inflammation of the lining of the digestive tract).

Common Pranayama Techniques for a Yoga Class - Yoga Practice Blog

Pranayama refers to the deep and deliberate breathing associated with yoga. More specifically, pranayama is a Sanskrit word meaning...

Gym Yoga or Studio Yoga - Yoga Practice Blog

Is the move to the mainstream good for Yoga? How does gym Yoga compare to Yoga practiced in a Yoga studio? Entering the world of “24 Hour Fitness” and...

Yoga Poses for Tight Shoulders - Yoga Practice Blog

There are a number of Yoga poses that effectively release tension in the shoulders. Many of these shoulder opening Yoga poses also help...

Practicing Yoga for Happiness - Yoga Practice Blog

Hatha Yoga for happiness offers many great therapeutic aspects to those who practice on a regular basis. Breathing, stretching, and inner contemplation...

Trends to End fo Yoga Teachers - Yoga Practice Blog

Unfortunately, some of these trends are annoying and even detrimental. Here are eight trends that many Yoga teachers wish would end as soon as possible.

Yoga and Health - Yoga Practice Blog

In Tadasana, the simple starting posture of many yoga classes, I reap the health benefits of the stillness and focus that are part of the stillness...

Careful Preparation and Modest Investments for Yoga at Home

Yoga is one of the safest forms of exercise and can be practiced by people of all ages with low risks. As a result, doing yoga at home...

Should Students Attend a Yoga Class before Practicing at Home?

While practicing yoga is typically a safe choice for the general population, it is a good idea to take a yoga class before beginning home...

Energizing Yoga Poses to Increase Productivity - Yoga Practice Blog

One of the quintessential series of Yoga poses is the Sun Salutation. This sequence forms the foundation for many flowing series of Yoga asanas. It is ...

Mommy and Me Yoga Classes - Yoga Practice Blog

Mommy and Me yoga classes are a great way for moms to reconnect with their kids, while gaining important physical and mental benefits...

Teaching Yoga Classes for the Recovery of Cancer Patients

Cancer is a disease that is growing rapidly in society, but few know the benefits of yoga to cancer patients. Yoga is an art form that is appreciated...

Yoga to Reduce Back Pain and Decompress the Spine - Yoga Teacher Training Blog

How does Yoga decompress the spine? Our backbone is made up of vertebrae and intervertebral disks, which work as cushions between vertebrae.

Teaching Yoga and Effective Themes: Stress Relief - Aura Wellness Center - Yoga Instructor Certification

Can you think of effective themes for Yoga sessions that are based on the seasons? Although many of us visualize the carefree days of summer, the...

Four Tips for Physical Assists During Yoga Classes

Some students feel that they can't get the most out of a yoga class without being touched. Look at these tips for using physical assists during a yoga...

How Effective are Online Classes to Teach Yoga? - Yoga Teacher Training Blog

After my interest was sparked a while back in regards to becoming an actual Yoga Instructor (or at least certified to teach it), based on my present schedule and commitments, I looked to see if there were any options online to get a certificate, hence the interest in online classes to teach Yoga.

Is There a Need for Yoga Teacher Continuing Education?

By learning more about continuing education courses for yoga, you can determine whether participating in them would be advantageous and advisable for you...

Avoid Financial Struggles While Teaching Yoga - Aura Wellness Center - Yoga Instructor Certification

There is so much information available about teaching yoga classes, but there is not much information about making a living. Some certification courses...

Establishing Yoga Student Safety Guidelines

How can teachers establish Yoga student safety guidelines? For all Yoga instructors, the number one priority in our classes is student safety. Hatha Yoga...

Your Direction on the Yoga Teaching Path

Where are you on your Yoga teaching path? As you follow the yellow brick road toward continuing education or becoming a yoga teacher, you will certainly...

Yoga Teacher Training: Common Dangers in Backbending and How We Cue to Prevent Them

Thank you Kathryn Boland for withing this useful article and thank you Paul Jeard for posting this informative article.