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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 »
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 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 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 »
creative types get yoga: what happens when the pyramids and cubes go to battle? by Lindsey Lewis Patient Expert Posted Mon 27 Apr 2009 11:42pm Leo's Song from impactist on Vimeo. An absolutely beautiful short, perfectly capturing the yoga spirit of unity and namaste. We are one. Light in me sees light in you. Related Jack Johnson for Yoga: Look Inside Cross the Water 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 »
Using Yoga to Stay Healthy and Stress Free by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Sun 08 Aug 2010 7:38am Yoga For Exercise and Stress Relief Downward Dog, sun salutation, shooting bow, half moon, cow face- these are all yoga poses. Yoga is becoming the exercise of choice for those looking to de-stress and increase their physical and spiritual health. According to a 2008 Yoga Journal study, there are a reported 16 mil ... Read on »
Yoga Poses For Weight Loss. Interesting Facts to Bear in Mind by Todd S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 22 Jun 2009 11:38am Yoga is a great way to lose weight and keep your body in shape. Here are a few of the most helpful types of yoga asanas to help you achieve your weight-loss goal. Not only this, but a few tips-and-tricks to coincide with your yoga lessons. All to help in building a healthier and happier you! The most common problem area for over-weight people ... Read on »
Postpartum Weight Loss- Yoga for Overweight Women by Sara H. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Thu 04 Nov 2010 1:54pm To Sara of Fit by Sara: “I’m not flexible and I’m about 30 lbs. overweight. Is yoga appropriate for me? If so what type of yoga do you recommend?” “Yoga is truly for EVERY BODY! In fact I just read a great article in American Fitness about a full bodied yoga instructor who created a DVD called “ Change the Image of Yoga ” which shows one ca ... Read on »
Physical and Mental Benefits of Yoga by Anthony Cirillo Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 09 Jan 2012 9:00am The following is a guest post from Liz Davies. Studies show that yoga can decrease symptoms associated with cancer and its sometimes harsh treatments such as chemotherapy and radiations. Studies have shown that nausea, headaches, and fatigue are greatly reduced by yoga. Yoga can also be helpful for mental or emotional issues such as ... Read on »