Yoga Lifestyle with Cristina


April 2017

Question on Yoga Movement and Research….??????

Had a thought and looking for answers! In the traditional Ashtanga Yoga sequence, a vinyasa is performed in between sides of a posture. For example, Janu Shirsasana is done on the Right side, then a vinyasa is done, then Janu... Continue Reading →

The Ultimate Guide to Yoga for Healing pDF 


What are we doing? The spinning wheels of social media

Personally I have an addictive temperament. Cannabis, chocolate, sweet things, amphetamines, needing to be seen. All these I have been addicted to at different times.  Nowadays one addiction of mine is clicking and checking on BBC World News about 10-20... Continue Reading →

Yoga May Help the Side Effects of Cancer Treatment

"Two classes each week reduced fatigue and improved sexual function" By. Amanda MacMillan Researchers have put yoga to the scientific test for years, and the results so far have been impressive. The practice has been shown to lower risk for... Continue Reading →

Did you know?

Clinical trial shows benefit of yoga for side effects of prostate cancer treatment

PHILADELPHIA – Men who attended a structured yoga class twice a week during prostate cancer radiation treatment reported less fatigue and better sexual and urinary function than those who didn't, according to a clinical trial led by the Perelman School... Continue Reading →

Jessamyn Stanley on yoga practice, body positivity and more

Every question you might have about beginning yoga, Jessamyn Stanley has probably heard. “‘Is this a religion? Do you have to be thin? What if I fart in class?’ ” says the Durham, North Carolina-based yoga instructor. But beyond the... Continue Reading →

Know you are enough!

How long will you search for what is not lost? Teaching and practicing Yoga turns on spot lights of reflection, glimpses of thoughts passing through my mind while others lay on the mat. I see people holding it together on the mat... Continue Reading →

What makes a good life? Lessons from the longest study on happiness

What keeps us happy and healthy as we go through life? If you think it’s fame and money, you’re not alone – but, according to psychiatrist Robert Waldinger, you’re mistaken. As the director of a 75-year-old study on adult development,... Continue Reading →

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