Bhavana by Bronwin

April 5, 2010

CC8PWHPN26ES – Released in 2007, Bhavana by Bronwin is an amazing chanting CD for your Yoga practice. Bronwin has a sultry voice that lends itself well to devotional chanting, and many of the other reviews of the album state what a calming effect this music has on them. I highly recommend it to anyone [...]

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Tadasana Demonstration Video

March 22, 2010

CC8PWHPN26ES Tadasana, also known as the Mountain Pose, is a great posture to begin your practice of Hatha Yoga. In this video, Ralph Miller demonstrates the Mountain Pose. Please practice along at home. Mountain Pose is the foundation for all other standing poses, and the benefits of doing this pose include improved strength and balance.

Tadasana [...]

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My Yoga Online

February 14, 2010

My Yoga Online is a premium Yoga video studio streaming Yoga classes, Pilates exercises and meditation practices on demand anytime anywhere in DVD quality with top teachers. Prices range from $10/month to just $90/year for total access to a wide range of material. Here’s a sample of some of their videos.

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How to Make Your Own Natural Yoga Mat Cleaner

January 3, 2010

How to Make Your Own Yoga Mat Cleaner

How many times have you been to a Yoga class and it smelled like funk in there after the class? And you found that your Yoga mat smelled too? Well, this video will show you how to make your own Yoga mat cleaner so you can be free [...]

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Yoga for High Blood Pressure

December 27, 2009

Yoga for High Blood Pressure
Q: Which Yoga poses are beneficial for high blood pressure?

A: Studies have shown that can be an effective complimentary treatment for high blood pressure. You may see these studies for yourself by using PubMed and doing a search for “Yoga for high blood pressure.”
Of course, I don’t recommend using Yoga [...]

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Yoga 101

December 12, 2009

According to Oprah, “It got Madonna hooked, fascinates Ricky Martin, and made Meg Ryan calmer.” It helped one woman lose weight, another cool her hot flashes, and another end her insomnia. A firefighter felt more stamina and a student got better grades. Millions of Oprah fans can’t be wrong…so if Yoga can [...]

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National Institute of Health Yoga Week

May 19, 2008

May 19-23 is Yoga Week at the National Institute of Health.  This is just one of the many initiatives to help increase the awareness of Yoga and its use as a form of alternative medicine.  Events are free and open to the public (you’ll have to get yourself to Maryland).  One of the more notable [...]

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Krishna Das – Pilgrim Heart

May 16, 2008

Pilgrim Heart was my first chanting cd I received from my wife as a birthday present. It sat on the shelf for almost a year before I really began listening to it. But once I got into it, I couldn’t stop listening. It has a unique quality from his newer albums. It may be because [...]

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Rasa – Devotion

May 16, 2008

The music of Rasa is a must have for any Yoga teacher and/or student. Rasa’s album, Devotion, is an enchanting musical exploration of Indian devotional music with beautiful lyrics from Kim Waters set to the instrumental music of cellos, sarangi (Indian violin), sitara (small sitar), and the Swedish keyed fiddle. The result is an amazing [...]

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3-part Breath

April 2, 2008

Once you feel comfortable with belly breathing, you’re ready to move on to 3 Part Breath.
1. Start in the same reclined position as belly breathing, either on your bed or the floor. Begin by inhaling into your low belly.
2. Once you’ve filled the low belly, breathe into the ribs. You may [...]

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