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Stop Snoring with Yoga

Laugh, and the world laughs with you, snore, and you sleep alone! Snoring is generally brushed aside with a few jokes. But it is a serious and widespread problem affecting both the snorer and the person subjected to it. The former can suffer from stroke and heart conditions, while sleepless nights affect the latter. The …

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End of Summer Detox and Rejuvenation with Yoga

It is essential to detoxify the accumulation of summer heat before heading into the next season. Excess heat in the body accumulated over the summer can create stiff joints, inflammation, irritability, anger, depletion, and dryness. The body may produce mucous in response to dryness, leading to sinus infections, constipation, colds, and other imbalances. This dryness …

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Tree Pose: Balance on One Foot for a Longer Life

Have you heard that having good balance is connected to longevity? Time to refine your tree pose! Tree pose is a balancing posture that replicates the graceful, steady stance of a tree. Also known as Vrikshasana (VRik-shah-SUN-aa) in the ancient language of Sanskrit. Vriksha means tree, and asana means pose. Level of Difficulty: Beginner/Intermediate Why …

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Kundalini Yoga for Increased Awareness, Clarity, and Healing

Everything is energy. When your prana or life energy is high, life feels good, your emotions are positive, and you feel optimistic. But when your energy is low, negative emotions, doubt, and depression set in. Kundalini Yoga is as much about increasing spiritual awareness and energy levels as it is physical postures. Through breath, movement, …

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Yoga 101: Namaste

As yoga is gaining popularity, so is the salutation namaste—pronounced nuh-MUH-steh, commonly mispronounced, NAH-mah-stay or nah-mah-STAY. In yoga classes, it’s often said in call and response format at the end of each studio session and sometimes at the beginning. Have you been in a class where the teacher opened or ended with namaste? Were you …

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