Yoga Lifestyle with Cristina


December 2017

The Breath Revolution

December 29, 2017 | John Friend Probably the most common breath instruction that we hear in modern postural yoga and among general health practitioners is to “take a deep breath.” In gyms and yoga classes worldwide an audibly strong, deep breath is... Continue Reading →

Inner Knee Pain and the Sartorius Muscle. Can Yoga poses alleviate the inner knee pain?

The Sartorius muscle (in Blue) is one of the lesser known muscles of the human body. It however still it plays a crucial role in knee pain and position of the pelvis and the lumbar curve.   The sartorius muscle... Continue Reading →

The Most Common Yoga Injuries and How You Can Avoid Them. Part III: Hips Garrett Neill September 27, 2017

Hip injuries are a pretty hot topic in yoga.  Given the extremes that we tend to place our hips during each class, it’s no wonder how and why they get injured.   Today we’ll look at a few common mechanisms for... Continue Reading →

The Ancient & Modern Roots of Yoga

One scholar's quest to trace his practice back to its source ultimately gives him a glimpse of yoga's greater truth. The pale winter sunlight shone from the high windows of the Cambridge University library onto a dark leather book cover.... Continue Reading →

What Your Heart and Vagus Nerve Say to Each Other   What an absolutely eye opening and fascinating conversation I was privileged to have today with               Dr Rollin McCraty who is the Executive Vice President and Director of Research at the HeartMath Institute.... Continue Reading →

The Four Qualities of Love

 By UPLIFT on Thursday September 17th, 2015 Teachings on True Love by Thich Nhat Hanh The teachings on love given by the Buddha are clear, scientific, and applicable… Love, compassion, joy, and equanimity are the very nature of an enlightened... Continue Reading →

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