Walking as Yoga Practice

With winter in the rearview mirror, it's a breath of fresh air to get active outdoors—and walk. The first Wednesday in April even marks the American Heart Association’s National Walking Day, kicking off a month of initiatives to encourage people to put one foot in front of the other for at least 30 minutes a [...]

By | March 29th, 2016|Yoga|0 Comments

Radha Yoga Los Angeles

  Radha Yoga hosts yoga classes for all levels of student in South Los Angeles. Los Angeles has earned the reputation of being the mecca of all that is yoga, with luxurious studios as gathering places of the well-trained and the well-groomed. For the yoga novice, however, the thought of setting foot in these hallowed [...]

By | October 27th, 2015|Yoga|0 Comments

Love Yoga Venice

Montauk, New York may be thousands of miles away from Venice, California, but there’s an ethos that connects the two coastal communities—a love of sea and surf culture. Now there’s another connection: Love Yoga studios in both towns. Love Yoga in Montauk was founded in 2010 by Sian Gordon and Jeff Schwarz. They’ve had their [...]

By | October 27th, 2015|Yoga|0 Comments

Yoga for Musicians

Yoga health benefits are universal-- pranayama and asana for musicians Music is one of the purest forms of human communication. Musicians are the ambassadors and delivery boys and girls of the universal message of harmony, joy, and light…oh yeah, and the cathartic communion of the blues. As conduits, musicians must transmit this godly information into [...]

By | August 31st, 2015|Yoga|0 Comments

Asana on the Ocean

Find a New Perspective with Stand up Paddleboard Yoga Practicing yoga on a stand up paddleboard perched on the water offers an amazing opportunity to float on clear blue waters and view the world from an entirely different point of view. What may look beautiful in a photograph may feel intimidating when attempting a pose [...]

By | July 2nd, 2015|Yoga|0 Comments

Finding Flow through SUP Yoga

The burgeoning practice of SUP Yoga offers creative movement in life, a current of healing energy, and mental focus. Flow. That is the word that best describes my overall feeling about everything related to stand up paddleboarding. I was first introduced to standup paddleboarding in late 2009. Two weeks later I was introduced to the [...]

By | July 1st, 2015|Yoga|0 Comments

Yoga Is Conference with Suzanne Bryant

Yoga Is Conference gathers yoga and meditation teachers for the largest online yoga conference of its kind. Suzanne Bryant, Creator and Host of Yoga Is, and Elana Maggal, conference co-producer, talk with Felicia Tomasko. Q&A with Suzanne Bryant, Creator and Host of Yoga Is Felicia: Your film and this conference are both named Yoga Is. [...]

By | May 2nd, 2015|Yoga|0 Comments

Interoception: Mindfulness in the Body

Yoga Therapy: The Continuum of Embodiment What does it mean to be embodied? And doesn’t yoga already take care of that? When we take a closer look, the answer might surprise us. Think of embodiment on a continuum. On one end we have exteroception, in the middle proprioception, and on the far end interoception. Each of [...]

By | April 27th, 2015|Editorial, Yoga|1 Comment

The Art of Deep Relaxation

Yoga Nidra: The Art of Conscious Deep Relaxation by Dr. Marc Halpern Deep relaxation. This is how many people view Yoga Nidra, and while a successful practice of Yoga Nidra does bring a person into an unrivaled state of relaxation, it is actually much more. Translated, yoga nidra means "yogic sleep;” this is not sleep in [...]

By | April 25th, 2015|Yoga|0 Comments

Practicing Intimacy with Partner Yoga

Intimacy. This is the path and practice that can be the most uncertain. It is a path of risk and reward. A path of walking into the unknown. It is a path that is neither safe nor easy. Yet despite the challenges, unevenness and even moments of uncertainty and darkness, this is the path that [...]

By | January 29th, 2015|Yoga|0 Comments