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According to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP), suicide is the tenth leading cause of death in the United States. Suicide “most often occurs when stressors exceed current coping… Read More→
Expressing gratitude, gratefulness, and thankfulness feels really good, and research shows it is good for us. The practice of gratitude “allows for positive attribution, which has been shown to protect… Read More→
Your body and breath should flow, but your water bottle should not—at least not throughout your yoga practice. Not drinking water while practicing yoga may sound strange and counterintuitive, but… Read More→
I have walked the tightrope between pain management and opioid dependence—and survived. As helpful as this type of medication proved for my chronic pain and post-surgery recovery, I became quickly… Read More→
In this month’s roundup of yoga news, we have stories of body positivity through nude yoga, cultural appropriation, yoga in airports, and more.View All Sponsors ➞YogaDirectBuy one get one free… Read More→
The recent development of trauma-informed yoga has shed light on the meaningful benefits of yoga when specifically tailored to help trauma survivors. Long after a traumatic experience has ended, trauma… Read More→
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Whether things get better or worse depends to a considerable extent on our own actions. The recommendation of a yoga practice follows the principle that through practice we can learn to stay present in every moment, and thereby achieve much that we were previously incapable of.