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It’s a well-known fact that yoga and meditation can be incredibly beneficial for the brain. However, until recently, little was understood about the relationship between yoga and dementia. Recent studies… Read More→
The number of “yoga therapists” and “yoga therapy” teacher trainings and classes are on the rise. In response to this trend, Yoga Alliance (YA), an organization which provides credentialing standards… Read More→
Asthma sufferers can now take an extra breath. A recent study published by the Cochrane Airways Group determined that a consistent yoga practice that incorporates meditation, pranayama (breathing exercises), and… Read More→
Finding yoga music can be difficult, time consuming, and frustrating. After hours of searching the web we have uncovered several new ambient soundtracks, a groovy kirtan album, and an awesome… Read More→
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