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Each year, more than 15 million Americans suffer from depression. For many, modern treatment methods produce marginal results and often have negative side effects. A new research study has shown… Read More→
Discover the latest news in the yoga world, including stories about yoga pants controversies, creative ways to combine yoga classes with other healing modalities, the largest collective chant of OM,… Read More→
Currently, in the world of yoga news, cultural appropriation, menstrual blood, how yoga is influencing kids, and some bare cheekiness are taking center stage.Our Sponsors Yoga Books on SaleTeacher training… Read More→
Students experience a variety of challenges during a school day that can lead to unrest, class disruptions, and acting out in unproductive ways. As a former public school teacher, I’ve experienced first-hand how… Read More→
Breath control techniques are often left out or minimized in modern yoga classes as they can feel awkward and weird. Traditionally, pranayama was practiced to cultivate a vibrant experience of… Read More→
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Practicing yoga postures with deep sensitivity to the breath is ten times more beneficial than postures done without breath awareness.