The 3 part breath or complete breath is nourishing, calming and relaxing.Our Sponsors Buddha PantsThe only yoga pant that packs into its pocket! Pants that make you dance!Yoga OutletLow price… Read More→
This simple seated meditation focuses on the breath to calm the mind, body and emotions. Our Sponsors Japa Mala BeadsBeautiful prayer beads to enhance your meditation and yoga practice.Buddha PantsThe… Read More→
The victory or ocean sounding breath is focusing, grounding, and aids in concentration.Our Sponsors YogaDirectBuy one get one free and other great deals on yoga mats & equipmentYoga OutletLow price… Read More→
Alternate nostril breathing is balancing, calming, anti-anxiety, and very relaxing.Our Sponsors WACCES Yoga GearYoga mats, wheels, straps, towels and blocks to keep your body fit.Japa Mala BeadsBeautiful prayer beads to… Read More→
The Ashtanga Series A Sun Salutation is a more vigorous version of the Classical Sun Salutation. Series A builds upper body strength, physical endurance, and power. Sun salutations are practiced… Read More→
Create a solid foundation for your beginning practice with this pose sequence. Twenty fundamental poses are covered in this 31-step sequence. ∗ MP3 Audio Downloads available for this SequenceOur Sponsors… Read More→
This Buddhist based meditation for cultivating compassion and forgiveness.Our Sponsors Japa Mala BeadsBeautiful prayer beads to enhance your meditation and yoga practice.MyYogaWorks950+ online yoga classes streaming to your laptop, phone… Read More→
The breath of fire or the skull shining breath is invigorating, energizing, and purifying.Our Sponsors Japa Mala BeadsBeautiful prayer beads to enhance your meditation and yoga practice.Buddha PantsThe only yoga… Read More→
New to Yoga?
To get the most out of our site, we suggest you take some time to explore before jumping into the practice. Browse our yoga 101 section for general info on the history and types of yoga, then start exploring asanas the physical postures used in hatha yoga. Remember to breathe and always start your yoga practice with a brief meditation. If you are new to yoga, please read our Yoga for Beginner's page
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