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My Meditation Project

by NinaThe Promise by Rene MagritteMy confession: I am really bad at meditating. And by that I don’t mean my mind wanders a lot when I’m meditating (which I do not consider being bad at meditating). I mean that I just can’t seem to maintain a regular meditation practice. I’ve tried countless times. I’ve made a vow, started practicing short sessions every day, and then petered out. Of course, I’ve wondered why this is. It was actually really easy for me to start regular asana practice at ho...


New Practices and Techniques I'm Exploring Lately

Glazed Cruller in Space by Kenny ScharfIn my post My Evolving Home Practice ) in April of this year I described some of the main things I had been focusing on in my home practice. Although it has not been a full year since my last check in with you all, there are two different ways of practicing I’ve been experimenting with that I felt warranted an update.Making Space in Joints One of the most common complaints I hear from my students is that they have pain around the joints. The technique ...


Brain Waves and Yoga

by RamThe Wave by Edvard MunchNeurons communicate through electrochemical signals that are the basis for motor functions, thoughts, emotions, and behavior. These electrochemical signals—also called brainwaves—can be detected by placing sensitive sensors on the head/scalp. Brainwaves are functionally characterized as bandwidths and range from slow to fast, loud to subtle and simple to complex. Thus, our brainwaves change according to our behavior and the emotions that we display. Slower brainwave...


Extracts from Yoga Therapy for Arthritis: A Whole Person Approach to Movement and Lifestyle

by Steffany MoonazFor those who don’t know me, I’m a research scientist and a yoga therapist. I serve as the Director of Research at the Maryland University of Integrative Health, which offers the only Masters of Science in Yoga Therapy, and my research is exclusively focused on yoga and yoga therapy, especially as it applies to people living with arthritis, rheumatic diseases, and chronic pain. As a yoga therapist grand-parented through IAYT, I have explored this area as a clinician as well as ...


Video of the Week: Dynamic Warrior 1 with Bird Wings and a Strap

This new variation of Dynamic Warrior 1 adds a strap between the hands under side-to-side tension to bring more upper body and arm strengthening to the other benefits of Dynamic Warrior 1. As you practice the pose, focus on maintaining the side-to-side tension on the strap throughout. Subscribe to Yoga for Healthy Aging by Email ° Follow Yoga for Healthy Aging on Facebook and Twitter ° To order Yoga for Healthy Aging: A Guide to Lifelong Well-Being, go to...


Friday Q&A: Aligning Your Feet in Standing Poses

Q: Hi Baxter! Would you please enlighten me on the Vira 2 and Trikonasana foot position Front heel to arch of back foot or front heel to heel of back foot A: Early on in my yoga life, most of my teachers were trained in the Iyengar tradition. I recall in my teacher training hearing the instructions to step your feet wide apart, 4 to 4 1/2 feet for Warrior 2 (Virabradrasana 2) and 3 to 3 1/2 feet apart for Triangle pose (Trikonasana). Then, came the instructions to turn the right leg and fo...


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If You Can Imagine Paperweight - 728870695 by BuddhaGroove

Item description: This Home Décor Home product is by BuddhaGroove - This cast pewter paperweight bears a quote by William Arthur Ward stating, “If you can imagine it, you can achieve it. If you can dream it, you can become it.” Keep it on your desk as a positive reminder of what you can accomplish when you set... Learn More

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