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Reach for the Rainbow

Reach for the Rainbow

Research explains that yoga is a positive source for those that are suffering from depression. Yoga teacher training can focus on therapeutic treatments through postures for anyone suffering from depression regardless of your weight, size or fitness level. Depression-What is it? Depression is a type of mental illness that brings to its victim a sense

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More than you think… The 8 limbs of yoga

The practice of yoga is so much more than twisting your body into a pretzel on a mat. In fact it is more even then a physical activity used to keep the body in shape. Why do people practice yoga? What is the purpose of this practice that seems to have taken the western world

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Turning Back the Clock With Yoga

Turning Back the Clock With Yoga

There is a point in life when you stop and ask yourself, “When did I get old?” Why is it that all of a sudden I am waking up in the morning with back pain, leg pain and can barely stand up straight? I do not like this new me at all. Sometimes life moves

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Vinyasa Krama yoga

Yoga Brings Health Benefits

Studies show that yoga is really good for us in a variety of ways. Some people may have even tried a yoga class and found it to be a good workout for the mind and body. With good yoga teacher training you can learn how to achieve the most out of a workout and gain

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Can I build you a castle? My venture into restorative yoga

One of my favorite classes to teach, actually, my absolute favorite, is restorative yoga. I came upon teaching this style by chance and have never looked back! I was scheduled to teach a “light yoga” class here at Anamaya and remembered some of the training I had had in restorative yoga. At the same time,

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Achieving a Healthier Lifestyle through Yoga

Achieving a Healthier Lifestyle through Yoga

There are many key points to explain why incorporating yoga into your daily activities can be very rewarding. Yoga is something that you can do to find harmony, balance and self-control into your life. Whether you practice yoga at home or treat yourself to a special yoga retreat you will see the benefits. Bring yoga

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Bikram’s Yoga Teacher Training

Deciding to become a yoga teacher is a big step in life. Sharing your practice and wisdom with others is a worthy profession and can be extremely rewarding for both teacher and student. Once the decision is made to make the leap, the next choice is to decide which type of yoga teacher training you

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Yoga Alliance

When looking to hire a lawyer you find one that is certified by the American Bar Association, and when finding a yoga teacher it is likely that you will look for one certified by the Yoga Alliance. But who is the Yoga Alliance, and what do they do? The Yoga Alliance is the national education

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Yoga Teacher Certification

Have you always wondered what it would be like to become a yoga teacher? If you have been practicing yoga for some time and want to advance your personal practice and also begin to share your love of yoga and your practice with other people, perhaps teaching yoga would be a great idea for you!

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YTT Practice - Photo by YTT Student Carrie Ingham

What to Look for in a Great Yoga Teacher Training

Teaching yoga is an extremely rewarding and fulfilling career. Once a decision is made to pursue this life-changing avenue there’s one big decision to be made: where to do your yoga teacher training. A search online or in any yoga magazine will turn up a multitude of options for completing a yoga teacher training that

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Yoga Resources 1

Yoga Retreats & Weekends DorsetThe Fontmell MagnaYoga Sanctuary based nr to Shaftesbury in Dorset, UK, provides yoga retreats & weekends at it’s Sanctuary deep in the Dorset countryside. Yoga Info, News, Shop, Travel & Community @ ABC-of-YogaAll-in-one Yoga Portal with all yoga information, latest news, yoga shop, holidays and retreats. Free membership and great community.

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The Wall Street Journal

Interview with Wall Street Journal

The following is the transcript with an interview with Kathleen Squires, for her article “Eco Dining in Costa Rica” for the Wall Street Journal. Hi Geoff— Thanks so much for your quick response. The Anamaya is the perfect fit for my story. I especially love the “Wall of Salad!” Here are the questions I have

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Yoga & Indian Dance Retreat with Revital

October 29 – Nov 5, 2011 This retreat is comprised of Yoga, Temple Goddess Workouts, and Odissi dance, woven together to create an exciting practice that slims your waist, tones your abs, bottom, and thighs, and get you glowing like a Goddess! Add gourmet organic meals, beautiful beaches, epic waterfalls, luxurious cabanas and much more

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June 15 Root Chakra; June 16 Second Chakra – June YTT

“vam vam vam….” was our mantra for the second “sacral” chakra today. As we went through our asana practice this morning, Jackie broke down what this chakra involves. It is where we store our emotions, our feelings. Yesterday, we did the root chakra, which is the color red. It is instinct and inheritance from the

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June 12 Journal – Kapha Day

Today I sit amazed at how deeply and completely that yoga touches a human being. It really touches every aspect mind, body, spirit, and emotions. I am wondering how it will be to be at the front of the class and watch different students cry throughout my class. I cried today. When I spoke with

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June 8 Journal – Fourth Day YTT Jackie Chiodo

6am! I am not going lie;  it was a bit harder to get out of bed this morning. It was also a bit harder to pull my dogs out of sleep and drag them over to tie them up and feed them. They say that they reflect you! Thankfully, today is another sunny day, and

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