Yoga for Newbies: Bikram

Bikram is considered a traditional style of yoga based on Hatha. It differs in that it is a very specific sequence of asanas (poses) performed in a room heated to 105 degrees and taught by Bikram certified instructors. It is an advanced practice that must be worked up...

Yoga for Newbies: Hot Yoga

Hot Yoga is virtually the same as Bikram with some minor differences. It is practiced in a heated studio, but it deviates from the strict Bikram sequence.Bikram consists of 26 specific asanas (poses) that are performed in a certain order in a studio set to 105°F. Hot...

Yoga for Newbies: Hatha

Hatha yoga is an ancient and currently popular tradition that reinforces spiritual equilibrium, flexibility and strength. Instructors focus on teaching asanas (poses), proper postures, and pranayama (breath control). Each asana has a specific form and precise steps...

Yoga for Newbies: Ashtanga

In the 1970s Ashtanga was brought to the West by K. Pattabhi Jois ("pah-tah-bee joyce"). It is based on traditional Indian yoga, and has now been popularized. It is a physically demanding practice for those more advanced practitioners due to its rigorous fluid style....

Yoga for Newbies: The 8 Most Popular Styles of Yoga

If you are considering adding yoga to your routine, but don’t know where to start, this is for you. There are many different styles of yoga, various poses, and breathing techniques which can seem overwhelming to a novice. The great thing about yoga though, is that you...

Ditch your New Year’s Resolution and Make Yoga Practice a New Year’s Reward Instead. You deserve it!

Do you want to integrate better health practices, such as yoga, into your routine this coming new year? Most people do, and getting in shape is at the top of the wish list of new goals year after year. Although new year’s resolutions are made with the best of...

Can’t Make it to the Dead Sea? Take a ‘Float’ Instead. No Passport Required.

For centuries, the legendary Dead Sea has drawn people to its beautiful turquoise waters. It is believed to have physical and spiritual healing powers by people all over the world. Even Cleopatra was known to indulge in its water as part of her beauty and longevity...

Why a yoga retreat? Why not?

Balancing life, work, and family is a juggling act that can be difficult to balance without taking some time off. People are experiencing higher stress levels than ever that have led to rises in depression, anxiety, and chronic health issues. So of course, a fun-filled, action packed vacation seems like the perfect way to get away from it all.

Yoga for Newbies: Bikram

Yoga for Newbies: Bikram

Bikram is considered a traditional style of yoga based on Hatha. It differs in that it is a very specific sequence of asanas (poses) performed in a room heated to 105 degrees and taught by Bikram certified instructors. It is an advanced practice that must be worked up...

read more
Yoga for Newbies: Hot Yoga

Yoga for Newbies: Hot Yoga

Hot Yoga is virtually the same as Bikram with some minor differences. It is practiced in a heated studio, but it deviates from the strict Bikram sequence.Bikram consists of 26 specific asanas (poses) that are performed in a certain order in a studio set to 105°F. Hot...

read more
Yoga for Newbies: Hatha

Yoga for Newbies: Hatha

Hatha yoga is an ancient and currently popular tradition that reinforces spiritual equilibrium, flexibility and strength. Instructors focus on teaching asanas (poses), proper postures, and pranayama (breath control). Each asana has a specific form and precise steps...

read more
Yoga for Newbies: Ashtanga

Yoga for Newbies: Ashtanga

In the 1970s Ashtanga was brought to the West by K. Pattabhi Jois ("pah-tah-bee joyce"). It is based on traditional Indian yoga, and has now been popularized. It is a physically demanding practice for those more advanced practitioners due to its rigorous fluid style....

read more
Yoga for Newbies: The 8 Most Popular Styles of Yoga

Yoga for Newbies: The 8 Most Popular Styles of Yoga

If you are considering adding yoga to your routine, but don’t know where to start, this is for you. There are many different styles of yoga, various poses, and breathing techniques which can seem overwhelming to a novice. The great thing about yoga though, is that you...

read more
Why a yoga retreat? Why not?

Why a yoga retreat? Why not?

Balancing life, work, and family is a juggling act that can be difficult to balance without taking some time off. People are experiencing higher stress levels than ever that have led to rises in depression, anxiety, and chronic health issues. So of course, a fun-filled, action packed vacation seems like the perfect way to get away from it all.

read more

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