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Types of yoga popular around the world Hatha and Ashtanga are two very popular types of yoga widely practiced across the globe for a …

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Give water yoga a go this summer These days, yoga classes can be found practically anywhere. Whether it’s in an airport, the office, a …

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If you have been following this series on “Beyond Ashtanga Yoga” you will know that we are in the process of exploring the 5 …

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Ashtanga Yoga is a form of mystic yoga, or yoga that aims at direct communion with the Supreme. It is called Ashtanga because its …

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Hello dear readers, here we are continuing this deep dive which is aimed to take us beyond Ashtanga Yoga. To recap, and for those …

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There has been a break in my writing on Ashtanga Yoga.  My body went awol, and I had to go with the ride…. chills …

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I left off my last blog noting that I had barely touched on the essence of Ashtanga Yoga. I had noted that it is …

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In my last blog post, I committed myself to doing a series on Ashtanga Yoga, so I am going to dive right in.   What …

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Part 1: Introduction to Ashtanga Yoga Namaste readers! Today I’m fighting the mid-winter lethargy that often overcomes me. Now that I am semi-retired I …

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What are the benefits of funny face yoga? Oh, wait, you haven’t heard of it? Most of us are fairly familiar with the many …

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In today’s world, kids are easily exposed to stress. Whether from pressure caused by peers or facing overwhelm when a new challenge arises, these …

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While it is the norm to post selfies and the latest decadent dish on Instagram, these asana pros are inspiring us with their blissful …

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What’s the Difference Between Vinyasa Yoga and Other Styles? It is important to know that vinyasa is a type of yoga that tends to …

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What Is Hatha Yoga? What is hatha yoga? As a practice, it is referred to two types of complete opposite meanings from the (Sanskrit) …

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