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California Dreaming (including a $3 Lululemon top, Bikram Yoga, and Running) by Katherine @ Neon Blonde Runner Posted Mon 08 Jul 2013 6:02am My adventures in California have started... Dancing with Mr. Pickle in San Francisco after Bikram Yoga on Sunday morning I flew into town Saturday morning.  Thank goodness I wasn't part of that plane crash at San Francisco international airport on Saturday, my heart goes out to the people involved in the accident... ... Read on »
Finding Your Best Practice - Bikram Yoga by Gregory S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 24 Sep 2008 11:32am Bikram Yoga was started by Bikram Choudhury when he founded the Yoga College of India in Beverly Hills in 1974. Born in 1946 in Calcutta, he and his wife Rajashree were both yoga champions in India before coming to the States and starting the phenomenon that is now Bikram. What is Bikram Yoga? Bikram yoga is based on 26 set asanas (poses) ... Read on »
can one find enlightenment through yoga? by Joni Yung Patient Expert Posted Thu 16 Apr 2009 11:19pm that's the question posed by the documentary, enlighten up!, which opens this weekend in limited release in southern california. i joined a group of yoga teachers at a preview screening last week here in santa monica so that i, too, could find out the answer to that question. in the film, director and long-time yoga practitioner kate churchill ... Read on »
can one find enlightenment through yoga? by Joni Patient Expert Posted Wed 06 May 2009 1:33pm that's the question posed by the documentary, enlighten up!, which opens this weekend in limited release in southern california. i joined a group of yoga teachers at a preview screening last week here in santa monica so that i, too, could find out the answer to that question. in the film, director and long-time yoga practitioner kate churchill ... Read on »
Bikram Yoga or hot yoga is 26 yoga postu by Mary Pougnet Patient Expert Posted Sun 13 Jun 2010 4:30pm Bikram Yoga or hot yoga is 26 yoga postures performed in a heated room. #MaryWoznyHealth Read on »
Heating Up the NYC Yoga Scene: Bikram Yoga Herald Square by Marissa V. Posted Sat 26 Jan 2013 3:53pm I have a long history with yoga. In my 12 years of practice, I’ve tried many kinds from Ashtanga to Iyengar. Since I’m athletic, I’ve always liked the cardiovascular meets spiritual benefits of a Vinyasa practice. Then a few years ago I fell in love with Hot Vinyasa. Because I like to sweat. When Gilt City advertised a deal ... Read on »
Ashtanga Yoga vs. Bikram Yoga by thefruitpursuit Posted Mon 25 Apr 2011 3:00am Happy Monday everyone! First things first: I had been meaning to ask that anyone who’s send me a question or personal email in the last week or so please resend/ask me again (if I hadn’t replied)! I feel so lame as I always try and respond to everyone but lately with most comments/emails I receive that need a reply I make a mental note of t ... Read on »
Make Your Brain Sweat with Bikram Yoga by Sheryle B. Patient Expert Posted Tue 12 Aug 2008 4:21pm I have neglected this blog because I've been on the road on business. In New York City and in between appointments, I ran across the street to a Bikram Yoga studio to try this hot (and I really do mean hot--the room is heated to at least 100 degrees Fahrenheit), new type of yoga. I've heard friends rave about it in California but I've always thoug ... Read on »
Bikram Yoga 60-Day Challenge - Day 2 by Ulyana C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 08 Jan 2010 6:05am I have a love/hate relationship with Bikram yoga. Well, that's actually not quite accurate. I have a "fall over heels in love"/"slight irritation" relationship with this type of yoga. I love the sport portion of it. It's very challenging and very, almost immediately, rewarding. When I did my first 30-day challenge, I simply couldn't believe ... Read on »
#30DaysofThanks, Day 4: 30 Days of Bikram Yoga by Bella C Patient Expert Posted Mon 05 Nov 2012 12:00am This month I’m participating in 30 Days of Thanks (#30DaysofThanks) by writing a blog post about 30 things I’m thankful for. To join in, go to the link above. The best part is, you don’t need to have a blog or even be on social media to take part in the project; you just need to be thankful. I can’t wait to see how my life might change ... Read on »