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A Conversation with Richard Miller

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A Conversation with Richard Miller about Consciousness, Meditation, and the Rejuvenation found through iRest and Yoga Nidra By Dale Nieli During the first workshop I ever took with Richard Miller, I entered a state of consciousness that I had never […]

Mahasivratri and Yoga


For a yogi, Mahasivratri is the “Day/Night of Yoga,” the time to transcend, transform, and evolve.   Mahasivratri has been observed as the single most important vortex of time by the yogis and householders in India for thousands of years. […]

Clean Mat. Clean Mind.


Don’t let your down dog get stinky. The yoga mat — it’s the prized possession of the modern practitioner. Dedicated yogis know from experience that as a deep commitment to the practice develops, the mat can begin to transform into […]

Championing Life Through Yoga Asana


Two people – two different stories. Two parallel personal accounts of struggle, breakthrough, and a hopeful future. The catalyst for their transformation: participating in Yoga Asana Championships. Since 2003, a series of annual Regional and National Championships have been held […]

Please Remain Seated

Alternate Leg Lifts

Chair Yoga Increases The Accessibility Of The Practice When speaking about Yoga, we’ve all heard the following statements: “I can’t do Yoga until I feel better.” “I don’t have time to get to a class.” “I can’t get down on […]

If The Shoe Fits…


After you’ve twisted, lunged, lengthened and aligned, focused, prepared, repaired and reset, you must get off the mat. The notion of bringing a Yoga practice to the rest of your daily life (the part that takes place between classes) can […]

Yogis Are The Champions!


En Route To The Olympics By Editor   The USA Yoga Federation hosted the Annual International Yoga Championships, February, 2010, in Los Angeles. While Yoga Championships, demonstrations of the art of asana, are a feature of Yoga in India, the […]

Who Owns Yoga?

Who Owns Yoga?

Thoughts On An Endless Question “No one owns Yoga,” said Sharath Rangaswamy, the grandson of the late Ashtanga Yoga guru, Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. Sharath paused comfortably, sanguinely sitting in lotus. He looked around the room, and then continued, “You […]

Love Money Like You Love Your Mission

Max Simon

The Enlightened Entrepreneur Yoga and business are one in the same. Go with me for a second. In Yoga, you show up, work hard, sweat, challenge yourself, get pissed off at the teacher, realize that it’s your own stuff, move […]

Symposium on Yoga Therapy and Research

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Practice Pages: Yoga Therapy What is Yoga Therapy? by Felicia M. Tomasko, RN The International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT) sponsored their third annual Symposium on Yoga Therapy and Research (SYTAR) in Los Angeles, March 5 – 8. The weekend featured a […]

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