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Viparita Shalabasana : Ride the Breath Yoga by Peter A. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 10 Aug 2010 12:00am Fran Slavich from Ride the Breath Yoga demonstrates equanimity & moving meditation in Viparita Shalabasana from the Advanced A Series ( 3rd series )of Ashtanga Yoga. Read on »
You Asked: How Do I Breathe in Yoga? by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Sun 03 Apr 2011 3:52pm from the Your Healthy Lifestyle Blog at dailySpark Breathing is one of the most important elements–some would argue that it’s the most important element–of a yoga practice, but for many of us, it is among the hardest to master. We focus on the stretch, the strength or the balance that is required to get into a pose ... Read on »
Comment on 5 Amazing Benefits of Deep Breath by Yoga Benefits by Nadya Andreeva Facebook Posted Thu 15 Mar 2012 12:43pm Hi Spinachandyoga, This might be off topic, however, does what does that mean ?? that you like it or are you just doing it for his benefit serious answer please All the Best Greetings, Lisa Read on »
Yoga of the Breath - Swara Yoga by Kris K. Patient Expert Posted Thu 11 Sep 2008 8:51pm While working with Doug Keller this summer, he talked about the emotions and the nostrils. One idea is that by guiding the breath into different areas of the nostrils you can affect you experience and emotions. That night, my partner, Mike, told me something that my ex-mother-in-law said. It really bothered me. I could feel my stomach ch ... Read on »
My First Pre-Natal Yoga Class at Breathe N Flow Yoga! by Nicole Culver Posted Tue 24 Jul 2012 11:29am Yesterday I FINALLY went to prenatal yoga. I can’t believe I waited until after 27 weeks to head to my first class. First off, let me explain a little why it took me so long to get there and then I’ll tell you why you shouldn’t wait as long as I did. I have been very active throughout this pregnancy so far. I look forward to getting my ... Read on »
Comment on 5 Amazing Benefits of Breathing Deeper by How Does Yoga and Deep Breathing Help When you are Stressed Out? Meditation by Nadya Andreeva Facebook Posted Sun 05 Feb 2012 7:43pm [...] When you are angry are breath is fast and shortened. When you are relaxed, your breath is slow and complete (hopefully!). The next time you are arguing with someone try taking longer deeper breaths. Notice how that can quickly reduces anger and allows you to look at the situation from a new perspective. Click here to read more… [...] Read on »
Prenatal Yoga- Use Your Breath by Sara H. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Tue 01 Jul 2008 5:02pm The yoga breath is a powerful tool to aid in decreasing muscle pain and discomfort caused by pregnancy.  As you work into a yoga posture imagine your breath going into the tight muscle creating space.  Imagine with each breath your muscles becoming more supple, longer, and agile.  See below to perform the yoga breath. Yoga Breathing The yoga ... Read on »
Find the Tone of Your Yoga Breath by My Yoga Online Posted Thu 30 Sep 2010 4:47am Breath is the foundation in yoga that fuels the physical practice with vitality while saturating ourselves with awareness to Self.  Through conscious breathing, we empower our yoga practice to be the bridge between body and spirit.  Yoga teachers continuously emphasis the importance of breath as we enter, exist, and exit ... Read on »
Breath of Fire is yoga's substitute for cup of coffee by Karen Carnabucci Posted Thu 12 Nov 2009 9:07am Are you looking for a way to reduce your use of coffee and learn how to energize yourself naturally? I like “Breath of Fire,” a dynamic breathing technique from the practice of Kundalini Yoga. Here’s a YouTube video by Gurmukh teaching this technique which offers a huge list of benefits, including opening energy pathways in the body, detoxif ... Read on »
Book Review: Breathing Space by Yoga Teachers Katrina Repka and Alan Finger by Lindsey Lewis Patient Expert Posted Fri 02 Oct 2009 3:00pm Years ago, Katrina Repka launched out of her stereotypical, suffocating life in Calgary, Canada and landed in New York. There she found yogi Alan Finger of Ishta Yoga. Katrina's new book, Breathing Space ($17.95), tells the tales of how his teaching, and especially pranayama exercises, let her let go of old, debilitating habits and become a happ ... Read on »