Yoga has become a sort of panacea for all ills today. However it was not meant to be just that and it originated as a way of life. To know more about the history, the different branches and forms of yoga, their benefits and what it all meant, read on...
Yogasana is preferred over other forms of physical exercises. Because it’s safe, can be practiced at any age and without getting exhausted. Learn to perform it correctly, to get the maximum benefits.
Hip openers in yoga practice are said to be useful for the release of negative emotions confined to the hip region. Physiologically, how can emotion be stored in the hips?
News Flash! You don't have to run marathons, purchase a gym membership, or exercise yourself to exhaustion. Simply walking provides all the exercise you need to lose (or maintain) weight and feel great. The data is in so get walking! Included are lots of pics I took on a recent walk in the woods.
It is important to achieve balance in our breathing pattern for good health and an alert mind. Alternate nostril breath or nadi shodhana or anuloma viloma breathing technique is one way of doing it.
Have you ever asked yourself how comfortable you are in your own body? Chances are that the answer is “not very much.” This feeling can be as mild as choosing to dye those grey hairs to full-on self-hatred. Accepting one's body is critical to happiness. Yoga can start the process with great...
In today's world, it is indeed a challenge to lead a happy, healthy and prosperous life. Yoga appears to make such an existence possible. Read on to know more.
Forget the claims about invisibility and time travel, the real benefits of yoga are still fantastic. The modern person must cope with stress, health problems, life's curve balls and growing older. Yoga is a system that does it all – for body, mind and spirit.
Yoga has saved my life! I could have never imagined I would be able to do yoga, but now I am addicted. Yoga has changed my mind, body and soul and I never want to give it up.
Yoga is a truly amazing activity that can nourish you physically, mentally and spiritually. In just a few weeks, Yoga can improve your immune system, lower your cholesterol, improve mental clarity, help you relax and even help you feel more connected with your spiritual self.