Great flowing yoga class to do when you have 20 minutes for yoga.
Great modification to a more typical Vinyasa! Looking forward to sharing this with my students.
Oh wow! The entire Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead documentary is currently listed on their website to watch for free currently. If you have any interest in juicing, I recommend watching this.
"Despite its immense worldwide popularity, there are still a lot of misconceptions about yoga and those who practice it.
So here’s a quick list of some of the things yogis want you to know about yoga...." Continue Reading.
"Maybe you’re inspired to run to raise awareness for a cause that’s close to your heart, or perhaps it’s all about the personal challenge. Whatever your motivation for running a marathon is, one thing is certain— it’s a monumental, life-changing experience.
Training for a marathon is intense, taking place over the course of months or even years. From building base mileage to speed work, you will constantly be challenging and pushing your body to its limits.
It’s no surprise that many runners training for a marathon implement yoga into their cross training regimens. Yoga aids runners by increasing blood flow to overworked joints and muscles, promoting healing and making the most out of rest days. Yoga also stretches and strengthens the muscles of the legs, core and spine. Perhaps most surprisingly, yoga is a workout for the mind and helps instill a sense of determination that will definitely be crucial come race day.
Here are a few of our favorite yoga poses for runners. Try focusing on these postures next time you’re in a yoga class, and feel free to ask your instructor for pointers to nail them. Good luck snagging a PR at your next race!" - CorePower Yoga Continue Reading
Who doesn’t love a yoga guy? There’s just something about men doing yoga that makes us love them even more.
It’s even better when your favorite celebri-guy is all about his time on the mat. So just for you, here are 10 famous men who do yoga.
"One of our primary goals at Yoga for Men is to help encourage people to look beyond the physical aspects of yoga, and consider the psychological and emotional benefits that yoga can provide. Our programs are designed not only to make you a fitter, healthier person, but someone who is open and ready for emotional and personal growth as well..." Continue Reading
Awesome article about how you don't need to be flexible to do yoga.
Read the full article at http://blog.yogaformen.com/shift-your-practice-from-studio-to-home/
This is so important to keep up ones yoga practice, even when traveling. I even have a fair bit of trouble keeping my practice 100% consistent, but try to do yoga when you can, where you can, and reap those benefits. :)
Fun little flow with Patrick Beach
Great 10 minute flow with an amazing instructor named Patrick Beach.
Lots of my clients work in office jobs. Many of them find their jobs very stressful and thus it builds up in their body. This yoga challenge with DoYouYoga.com may be a fantastic way to help alleviate some of that stress and tension without having to leave the office. Check it out!
Grokker.com's Michael Wong is doing a series of basic yoga postures. These would be good for people just looking into yoga. .
Really simple, but effective way to celebrate Spring Equinox. I will definitely be giving a number of these a try.