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Comment on How to Have a Lot of Energy All Day, Every Day by extendYoga | Vinyasa Yoga, Flow Yoga, Hot Yoga, TRX, In North Bethe by Nadya Andreeva Facebook Posted Wed 08 Aug 2012 10:54am 1 Comment [...] Feel yourself getting tired throughout the day and want a natural way to keep those energy levels up?  Start by avoiding energy draining foods:  fast food, canned, frozen, packaged and processed foods are all energy zappers.  They are all difficult to digest and contain little nutritional content.  Check out this article for Ayurveda and ... Read on »
Comment on 10 Belly-Friendly Snacks For Sensitive and Bloated Tummies by extendYoga | Vinyasa Yoga, Flow Yoga, Hot Yoga, TRX, In by Nadya Andreeva Facebook Posted Wed 26 Sep 2012 6:22am [...] Spinach and Yoga posted 10 Belly Friendly Snacks for Sensitive and Bloated Tummies. [...] Read on »
Comment on Stay Cool In The Heat With These Yoga Moves by extendYoga | Vinyasa Yoga, Flow Yoga, Hot Yoga, TRX, In North Bethesda by Nadya Andreeva Facebook Posted Sat 10 Nov 2012 10:18am [...] love this post on staying cool in the heat that combines ayurveda and yoga [...] Read on »
Comment on How to Have a Lot of Energy All Day, Every Day by extendYoga | Vinyasa Yoga, Flow Yoga, Hot Yoga, TRX, In North Bethe by Nadya Andreeva Facebook Posted Sun 08 Jun 2014 4:37pm […] Feel yourself getting tired throughout the day and want a natural way to keep those energy levels up?  Start by avoiding energy draining foods:  fast food, canned, frozen, packaged and processed foods are all energy zappers.  They are all difficult to digest and contain little nutritional content.  Check out this article for Ayurveda and Yo ... Read on »
Comment on 10 Belly-Friendly Snacks For Sensitive and Bloated Tummies by extendYoga | Vinyasa Yoga, Flow Yoga, Hot Yoga, TRX, In by Nadya Andreeva Facebook Posted Sun 08 Jun 2014 4:42pm […] Spinach and Yoga posted 10 Belly Friendly Snacks for Sensitive and Bloated Tummies. […] Read on »
A Flowing Yoga to Keep Lymph Fluid Flowing by Breast Cancer Yoga Posted Thu 31 Mar 2011 12:51pm Practicing  continuous flowing movements has a positive impact on the lymphatic system, and in particular Lymphedema. When lymph fluid is disrupted through breast cancer surgery, trauma or infection there may be an excessive fluid build up.  This stagnant fluid can play havoc on the tissues and create swelling. There also can be a reduction of th ... 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 »
Treatment of the Month: Vinyasa Flow Yoga by Nicci T. Health MavenFacebook Posted Tue 01 May 2012 5:57am Vinyasa Flow (power yoga) is an active style of yoga which uses breath and movement to help the body detox, gain strength, flexibility and muscle tone. Learning how to use your breath actively means you get more out of the practice and are able to deepen into postures. It also enhances creativity and mindfulness and acts as a moving meditation ... Read on »
5 Qs with Annie Carpenter: SmartFlow yoga, more than asana, and acceptance [vid] by Lindsey Lewis Patient Expert Posted Mon 13 Sep 2010 11:59am 1. You've coined the term SmartFlow yoga. What does it mean to you and why did you come up with it? Smart refers to 3 things: having an intention that is specific and clear; creating a sequence that can move one towards that intention (and this refers to a sequence of poses inside of a single practice, but also yogic practices chosen over time ... Read on »
Hatha Flow Yoga class by Larissa Posted Tue 25 Sep 2007 4:15pm 3 Comments I am going to try and make it out of the office in time to take a Hatha Flow Yoga class at the gym. I'm not quit sure what it entails (I found an article about Vinyasa Flow Yoga, but not Hatha), but I am looking forward to relaxing while toning. I have been really tired lately, so I am trying to ease myself back into the gym, rather than pushin ... Read on »