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Cycling through the Day for Mindful Practice – The Doshas

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According to Ayurveda, the energetic qualities of the doshas (vata, pitta, and kapha) rotate throughout the day so that different influences predominate in different portions of the day. They can affect our practices of asana, pranayama, and meditation, as well […]

Plasticity and the Power of Affirmations

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“What we are today comes from our thoughts of yesterday, and our present thoughts build our life tomorrow: our life is the creation of our mind.” Buddha   Do you think affirmations are new-agey and trite? I mean, really, as […]

Operation: Yoga

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YOGA OFFERS MEANINGFUL HOLISTIC SOLUTIONS TO RETURNING VETERANS AND THEIR FAMILIES Studies and testimonials confirm that yoga and meditation are successful healing modalities for trauma. A growing body of research is showing that this is true for our veterans, proving […]

Yoga for Osteoporosis

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Sitting down with Rehabilitative Medicine Specialist Dr. Loren Fishman Loren Fishman M.D. has been a practicing rehabilitative medicine specialist for over thirty years. As a pioneer in integrative medicine, from the start of his practice, he incorporated yoga into patient […]

Urban Zen Integrative Therapy

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Fusing Eastern healing arts with Western medicine to create a conscious change in Healthcare “I was frustrated by the healthcare system because I felt it was only disease-oriented and that nobody was taking care of the patient…” explained fashion designer, […]

Supporting Fertility

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Brenda Strong discusses new answers for women coping with conception challenges “When you feel your body has betrayed you, there can be a lot of anger and depression, you feel out of control” says Brenda Strong, the first national spokesperson […]

Interview with John Kepner

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As the Executive Director of the International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT), John Kepner has been dedicated to facilitating the creation of standards and practices for yoga teachers and practitioners who strive to bring yoga’s healing aspects into the realm […]

Sitting Down with Sonia Nelson

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Chanting, yoga therapy, and must-have qualities for a yoga therapist A teacher of Yoga and Vedic Chant for over twenty-five years, Sonia Nelson has been a student of T.K.V. Desikachar since 1975 and serves as Director of the Vedic Chant […]

Sitting Down With Nischala Joy Devi

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Master teacher and healer Nischala Joy Devi is revered for her innovative teachings and groundbreaking, therapeutic yoga programs for both heart disease (The Dean Ornish Program for the Reversal of Heart Disease), and cancer (Commonweal Cancer Help Program). Nischala spent […]

Conversations with Yoga Therapists

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Conversations with Yoga Therapists Ask the Expert We recently caught up with Dr. Vasant Lad, the eminent Ayurvedic physician, author, and professor, and asked him to share his knowledge and thoughts on good health, Yoga therapy, and what qualities he […]

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