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How Yoga Can Enrich Your Life (10 Reasons Why You Should Practice Yoga)

Posted by on Jan 14, 2014 in Yoga and Healing, Yoga Asanas

How Yoga Can Enrich Your Life (10 Reasons Why You Should Practice Yoga)

by Lani Mednick Lani Mednick is currently teaching Transitional Kindergarten at a charter school in San Jose, CA. This is her fifth year teaching and she has loved bringing the gift of yoga and meditation into her general education classes. She plans to begin teaching a Community Yoga class for parents and teachers of the students at her school to help fundraise for field trips and 5th Grade Outdoor Science camp in Yosemite. She did her 200 hour yoga teacher training with...

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Yoga Mat Care

Posted by on Dec 17, 2013 in Yoga Asanas

Yoga Mat Care

Increase Life Span Of  Your Yoga Mat Yoga mats are needed for obtaining support and cushioning while practicing poses.  Keeping them clean is also simple but few things should be kept in mind such as following the instructions of manufacturers to keep the mat clean.  Different material should be cleaned in different methods.  Washing the mat frequently is necessary to keep it hygiene. Otherwise bacteria will grow on it that cause skin allergies and infections.  Another...

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iYoga App -Your New Yoga Teacher

Posted by on Sep 7, 2013 in Yoga Asanas

iYoga App -Your New Yoga Teacher

iYoga app with Yoga Anatomy and Yoga Practice Everything seems possible with technology. Now we do not need any physical yoga teachers anymore. With the iYoga app you can practice yoga with video instructions and you can also get details on what muscles are working in each yoga pose. If you are not sure of where you Psoas Major is located this is the app where you can catch up on details about your yoga anatomi. In the basic program you will get 80 asanas and  another 110...

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A Headstand a Day Makes You Smarter?

Posted by on May 24, 2013 in Yoga Asanas

A Headstand a Day Makes You Smarter?

SIRSHASANA Shirsha = head Asana = posture Up is down and down is up. Everything in your body that you controlled is now inverted and you lose your balance for a moment. Orientation is also lost but then you….are standing on your head for the first time and it is awesome. Sirshansan, or Headstand, is often called the King of the asanas. Queen or King, it doesn’t really matter. The precious asana is said to make you smarter. Is that true and, if so, how can that be? It is...

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