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Simon Borg-Olivier. "The anatomy of yoga: closing circle of brain-body communication"

Simon Borg-Olivier
"The anatomy of yoga: closing circle of brain-body communication"
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In the ultimate sense, the goal of yoga (which means union) is the realisation that the individual consciousness is one with universal consciousness. This is a very lofty goal for most of us. A more achievable goal in the short term is to maximise communications between the brain and the body...</div>

Interview with Chris Chavez. "All I teach - are the tools to connect with The True-Self"

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Chris Chavez first began the practice of Iyengar Yoga in Ireland, where he was touring as a professional musician in the mid 1990’s. While traversing the globe playing music and studying various other methods of yoga, Chris imparted the knowledge and the gift of yoga upon everyone he met. In 2001, Chris landed in Los Angeles, California,...</div>

Yantra is a rhythm. It takes time to discover it. Interview with Fabio Andrico

Fabio Andrico has been teaching Yoga internationally for over 30 years. He began his yoga career in the mid-seventies, when he studied Sivananda Yoga during a trip to India. In the following years, Andrico was exposed to many different yoga traditions. He ultimately met his teacher, Dzogchen Master Chögyal Namkhai Norbu, in 1977 and had the rare opportunity to learn the Tibetan tradition of...

Ilya Zhuravlev. Yoga108. Surya and Shakti Namaskar

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Ilya Zhuravlev

“Surya and Shakti Namaskar”
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The practice of dynamic exercise set "Surya Namaskar" (Sun Salutation) is presented in every hatha yoga school. And in every style it is marked by its own peculiarities. Even though you can not find these exercises in the yogic scriptures of Middle ages (there are only Sun Salutation mantras described in Puranas but no...</div></div>

Mikhail Baranov. Edible agrestic plants

It is known that agrestic plants have more vitality than tame ones, as they have to fight for their life. Their vitality manifests in their healing properties. Many of them are edible, and some grow right under your feet. There is no need for far away quests, as you can find them on any meadow and in any garden, where they dwell as weeds. Among others, these plants are common nettles and plantain...

April 2012

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Yoga therapy for the wrists

Sagi Ermolaeva

 

Yoga therapy for the wrists
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Anatomic reference
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The wrist consists of eight bones, arranged in two adjacent rows. The lower row bones are connected with the metacarpal bones and the upper row bones are connected with the forearm bones, respectively, thus forming the wrist joint, surrounded by a...</div>

Jivamukti yoga. "The state when you are missing nothing is called Yoga"

<div class="rtejustify"> Jivamukti means “liberation while living.” This modern style of yoga emerged in 1984 from one of New York City’s best-known yoga studios. Founders David Life and Sharon Gannon incorporated their study of Ashtanga yoga with Shri K. Pattabhi Jois with spiritual teachings, placing special emphasis on how to apply yogic philosophy to daily life. Life and Gannon emphasize...</div>