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A Different Approach to Relieving Tight Hamstrings

by Amber Burke& Bill Reif Editor's note: The below are intended to be general recommendations for yoga practitioners and teachers. They are not a replacement for the personal advice of a health professional. The hamstrings are a bugaboo for many... Continue Reading →

Five-day fasting diet could fight disease, slow aging

Fasting is all the rage. Self-help books promise it will incinerate excess fat, spruce up your DNA, and prolong your life. A new scientific study has backed up some health claims about eating less. The clinical trial reveals that cutting... Continue Reading →

Just How Bad Is It to Eat Before Bed?

Researchers take a close and dispassionate look at what happens when we consume food late at night. It was always my understanding that eating too soon before bed was a prescription for weight gain. Then again, I probably absorbed this... Continue Reading →

Breathing Through the Nose May Offer Unique Brain Benefits

By Gretchen Reynolds Nov. 20, 2018 Folklore, spiritual traditions and even mothers have for ages drawn an implicit connection between respiration and state of mind: Breathe in deeply through your nose, we are told, to clarify thoughts, achieve serenity, defuse... Continue Reading →

Your Brain on Yoga. Part I: Motor Control by Garrett Neill

In this day and age, it’s no lie that there is a myriad of ways to move your body. There’s also a lot of different styles of how to teach these movements. Yoga alone features at least 8 major forms... Continue Reading →

Pelvic Pain Healing without surgery !

From the Book "HEALING PELVIC PAIN " by Amy Stein From a review on this incredible Book! A life savor, I should say. I was never diagnosed officially but I've read for 3 years about all the symptoms I was... Continue Reading →

Study: Yoga and mindfulness may help elementary school students manage stress, anxiety

Yoga/mindfulness activities may facilitate stress management among elementary school students and may be added as a complement to social and emotional learning activities, according to a Tulane University study. Published April 10 in Psychology Research and Behavior Management Journal, the... Continue Reading →

New research suggests that body posture during sleep may affect the efficiency of the brain’s self-cleaning process

The human brain can be compared to something like a big, bustling city. It has workers, the neurons and glial cells which co-operate with each other to process information; it has offices, the clusters of cells that work together to... Continue Reading →

Participate in a Yoga Research

The Reason for the Research We are interested in how human aesthetic experiences are the same and different from experiences during and after practicing yoga. Aesthetics research focuses almost exclusively on experiences that are the result of some external stimulus... Continue Reading →

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