Becoming A Yoga Instructor

If you are really interested in yoga and it has somehow changed or touched your life in a way that you might like to share with others as it was with you, than maybe you should become a yoga instructor. This will allow you to not only keep practicing the art that you love and enjoy so much, but also to pass that joy on to others. There are different ways to be
February 17, 2014 | Filed Under Yoga | Leave a Comment 

Bikram, Hatha, Anti Gravity – Which Yoga Class Is For You?

What kind of exercise decreases your blood pressure, normalises your weight, improves mood and subjective wellbeing, and even increases Vitamin C concentrations inside your body? Why of course it’s yoga! Yoga is a wonderful form of exercise that has become increasingly embraced as a great way to exercise one’s body and unite it with the mind and spirit. In
January 8, 2014 | Filed Under Yoga | Leave a Comment 

Yoga: The Most Effective Scoliosis Exercise

Before we understand about scoliosis exercise let us have a brief overview of what scoliosis is. Scoliosis is a back condition in which a person has side-to-side spinal curves in addition to the normal curves through which the lower portion of the human back curves inwards. This condition can result in severe deformity of the back and cause back pain. There ar
April 17, 2006 | Filed Under Yoga | Leave a Comment 

Going gaga over yoga

Pop icon Madonna is probably one of the most popular bi-products of commercialized yoga. Since she started to come out with that toned and buffed figure, women all over the world wanted to know what kind of diet she has been doing. When she revealed that she has been on her journey of self-discovery and has found a new source of spirituality, she also revealed
February 9, 2006 | Filed Under Yoga | Leave a Comment 

Pranayama and Yogic Breathing

“Prana” means breath and “Ayama” means pause or retention. Hence, Pranayama literally means retention of breath. However, Pranayama should not be equated simply with merely holding one’s breath or failing to breathe, which is debilitating. Pranayama means creating a balance of energies through which our vitality is extended an
February 2, 2006 | Filed Under Yoga | Leave a Comment