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Ishta Yoga Teacher Training
February 13th, 2012 by tanja
At this point you have been practicing yoga to the point that you have caught the yoga bug and you find yourself making a point of getting some yoga practice into a daily schedule. You may be hoping that you had more time or resources to deepen your understanding and knowledge of yoga. If you feel that you do not... [read more]

Ishta Yoga Practice
February 7th, 2012 by tanja
As with many of the yoga styles we see today the traditional idea is taken but then carved into a more direct practice. That is how Ishta Yoga became a new style of yoga. Ishta Yoga is a personal practice that is designed to meet your individual needs. Ishta is also an acronym which represents the Integrated Science of Hatha,... [read more]

Purna Yoga Teacher Training
February 3rd, 2012 by tanja
Purna yoga is said to be the “complete” yoga and it will help you build the skills and tools your will need to transform yourself and begin healing. Purna yoga provides a source of wisdom and yoga teacher training provides techniques that will connect the body and mind with your spirit. Being able to use awareness, precision and your concentration,... [read more]

Purna Yoga Practice
February 1st, 2012 by tanja
Purna yoga is a style of yoga that nurtures all the aspects of the being-emotional, physical, spiritual and mental. This style puts emphasis on all facets of life as a way for potential growth. The true practice of Purna Yoga is not done on the yoga mat but by including it into our daily existence and our thoughts, actions, and... [read more]

Yin Yoga Benefits
January 31st, 2012 by tanja
­­As we get older we start to notice that our joints are not as healthy as they used to be. We begin having stiffness, popping sounds, cracking soreness and more pain in our joints especially as the day ends. Even people that have a regular exercise routine begin to notice changes because they may not take a lot of time... [read more]

Yin Yoga Teacher Training
January 30th, 2012 by tanja
Our busy world is slowly reviewing different styles of yoga and what type of yoga fits their needs the best. Yin yoga is something that more people are exploring every day. Yin yoga is a more relaxed style of yoga that practices floor postures for up to five minutes at a time. A yin style of practice puts focus on... [read more]

Yin Yoga Postures
January 27th, 2012 by tanja
Most of the yoga styles that we follow tend to be more a Yang nature. They styles are active, build heat in your body and builds muscle strength. Yin Yoga is the opposite style and follows a slow and steady pace with a sense of calm and ease. This does not mean that the style is easy in any way.... [read more]

Yin Yoga Practice
January 26th, 2012 by tanja
Yin yoga is a style that works with your connective tissues such as tendons, ligaments, cartilage and fascia. This style works deeply to heal joints and to increase your flexibility through gentle, slow and controlled traction. Yin yoga tries to focus on slowly stretching out the connective tissues around your joints which at the same time will help strengthen them.... [read more]

Kriya Yoga Techniques
January 25th, 2012 by tanja
Kriya Yoga is such a great style of yoga and is effective because it works hand in hand with the source of your growth and the spiritual energy that lies deep in our spines. All yoga styles and techniques work using this energy normally on an indirect approach. Yoga postures can help you open the spinal channels and bring balance... [read more]

Kriya Yoga Teacher Training
January 19th, 2012 by tanja
Kriya Yoga is most known for its connection to carry spiritual believer towards their path of self-realization in a short amount of time. Some traditions of yoga believe that it is only through a continued practice over many lifetimes that you can find liberation, but to the believer who is very devoted to practice Kriya Yoga can bring you liberation... [read more]

Kriya Yoga Practice
January 18th, 2012 by tanja
Kriya Yoga is a style of yoga that was first introduced to the West in the 1920’s by Paramahansa Yogananda. This yoga style focuses on removing obstructions involving the mind and body. Kriya Yoga incorporates a wide area of techniques, including meditation and mantras for control of the life which brings calmness and control to your mind and body. Yoga... [read more]

Integral Yoga Teacher Training
January 17th, 2012 by tanja
Integral Yoga is a style of yoga that is based on the teachings of Swami Satchidananda from India and started in the late 1960’s.  Yoga teacher training for this style is offered in different places, most commonly at the Integral headquarters in Virginia. Students go to study and learn from all over the world. Style of yoga Integral Yoga is... [read more]