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Choose Your Yoga Teacher Carefully by Peter A. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 29 Jun 2008 8:01pm Via Yoga Holidays , a UK Website , is this concise criteria listing: Choose your teacher carefully Are they still studying yoga? Some yoga teachers, once qualified, stop studying. This goes against the philosophy of yoga. Anyone who teaches yoga... Read on »
5 Tips for Choosing the Right Yoga Class for YOU by Will Run For Glitter Posted Fri 02 Aug 2013 9:56am When I woke up yesterday morning, I found myself fighting this insatiable craving for yoga. As you can imagine, that goes against my entire being. I’m a runner. I’m supposed to wake up and want to run. It’s during those moments when I give myself the internal WTF. Shouldn’t I be up on the High Line, plugging along? Once upon a time, ... Read on »
Choosing the Right Yoga by Gordon K. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 01 Feb 2008 12:42pm 3 Comments As there will likely be some folk surfing across this post who do not have a yoga practice but have considered starting one, what better topic than how to get going beyond the cursory instructions of "go". First, a basic definition of right yoga. By "right" I mean appropriate for the practitioner. I do not mean yours is right and ... Read on »
Yoga Tips - Choosing a Class by YogaTeam .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:33pm Pick your style. Decide what you want to focus on (strength, balance, flexibility, relaxation, fitness) and pick a style that suits you Pick your teacher. Find a teacher that you like and trust. If you don't like a certain teacher, don't take their class. Sivananda. Sivananda yoga is a form of hatha yoga that is less athletic and more f ... Read on »
Which kind of mindfulness meditation to choose? Comparing sitting meditation, body scan, and mindful yoga by Alvaro F. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 05 May 2014 11:55am Let’s say you want to be more mindful—that is, cultivate intentional, non-judgmental attention to each moment. Meditation is the core of mindfulness, but there are many different forms of meditation. Which one is best for you? That’s the question tackled in a new study  published  in the journal Mindfulness. Over the span of three weeks, t ... Read on »
Types of Yoga by Nutritionupdates Posted Mon 18 Jan 2010 11:53pm 1 Comment Types of Yoga Yoga has been around for many centuries. It originates from India and means ‘union'; A union of the body, mind and breath. There are about forty different types of yoga and each is a positive way to reduce these negative factors in our lives. Even if you are practicing only the physical part of yoga you will benefit greatly. ... Read on »
Types Of Yoga by Josh Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Feb 2010 8:59am by Anne on February 2, 2010 in Health, Yoga Guide to the Popular Yoga types Prepare yourself to exercise yoga in 104 degree temperature plus 41% humidity (that’s hot)! However Bikram just has Twenty six poses and there is quite a lot of positioning work therefore it may be a great match ... Read on »
Types of Yoga Practice: Which is Right for You? by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Wed 16 May 2012 11:42am Yoga means “union” in Sanskrit, the language of ancient India where yoga originated, and refers to the ‘union’ between mind, body and spirit . Yoga practice involves physical postures or poses that involves stretching and creating balance in the body through developing both strength and flexibility. Each pose has specific physical benefits an ... Read on »
Understanding Different Yoga Types by Kodjoworkout Posted Mon 25 Feb 2013 6:16am Yoga is a popular pursuit for those who want to get in shape, become more flexible, or take advantage of the relaxation it can bring. However, deciding to take a yoga class is just the first step. There are a variety of different types of yoga available to fit your individua ... Read on »
Types Of Yoga by Josh Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Feb 2010 8:59am Guide to the Popular Yoga types Bikram Yoga Prepare yourself to exercise yoga in 104 degree temperature plus 41% humidity (that’s hot)! However Bikram just has Twenty six poses and there is quite a lot of positioning work therefore it may be a great match for newbies. Hatha Yoga Similarly this is excellent for novices, Hatha generally needs lots ... Read on »