Tagged: yoga

What Foods Can Help You to Improve Your Digestion

September 7th, 2015 | yoga

Have you ever felt “off” but couldn’t quite put your finger on why? Maybe you’re tired and irritable, or you just don’t feel 100 percent. If you aren’t sure what’s causing your symptoms, there might be one place you haven’t thought to look yet: your gut. That’s right, many health issues and symptoms are tied […]

How to Balance Your Life, Work, and Family?

August 11th, 2015 | yoga

We all want balance. But, when it comes to actually achieving it, we question ourselves, compare our lives to other people’s, and end up frustrated. Work-life balance is a subjective, internal concept, and you are the only person who can evaluate your success. Through years of observation, trial, and error, I’ve landed on six insights […]

A 10-Pose Yoga Sequence To Balance Your Whole Body

June 24th, 2015 | yoga

In this sequence we are incorporating all categories of poses; we are trying to find balance between forward bends and backbends, closed twists, and open twists, inhalation and exhalation, internal rotation and external rotation — all of which are the balance of downward wind (apana), and upward wind (prana). We practice the subtlety of relationships […]

Simple Yoga Stretches For Relieving Chronic Sciatica Pain

June 17th, 2015 | yoga

The sciatic nerve, the largest single nerve in the body, runs from the lower back, down the back of each leg and is composed of individual nerve roots that start by branching out from the spine in the lower back and combine to form the sciatic nerve. Sciatica is not a Disease: Sciatica (sigh-at-ih-kah) in […]

Restorative Yoga and Stress Reduction

June 16th, 2015 | yoga

I have been practicing yoga for almost twenty years and have seen a profound change in how I feel, not only physically but emotionally and psychologicaly too. But more impressive are the hundreds of patients I’ve seen over the years who have used yoga as a way to better health. Restorative yoga was developed by […]

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