Varvara Gorbash "How to Become a Goddess from the Island of Bali"

Girls have developed a very advanced goddess syndrome here. Instagram is oh so full of beautiful, highly spiritual female social networkers. So they tend to pose in front of the ocean and romantically look into the sunset. They have green smoothies in their hands, and there is a caption about love of the world or for followers, or of esoteric something…

You can find them in other places...

Ksenia Belova "Yoga teachers in India: Gurukula in action"

<img alt="Saraswati puja" data-align="right" data-entity-type="file" data-entity-uuid="a4b7e031-2d33-4247-b44a-9339f3b93e27" src="/sites/default/files/inline-images/Saraswati%20pudzha%20.JPG" width="300" />What do you usually do after breakfast? For example a few months ago I have been singing Hanuman Chalisa and Bhagavad Gita shlokas for the 30 days, so as other 94 students from YIC Yoga...

Interview with Angela Farmer and Victor Van Kooten: "The unique way"

<div><img alt="" src="/sites/default/files/angela-and-viktor/m7770f65f.jpg" />Angela Farmer and Victor Van Kooten, who are based on the island of Lesvos in Greece, have been teaching together since they met more than 25 years ago. Their teaching style is playful, emotionally freeing and deeply personal.</div>&#13;
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<div>Don’t expect to be silently suffering through a...</div></div>

Eduard Kushnir "Different Butterfly"

<div>This article is about ways of mastering and proper alignment of Baddha Konasana or Butterfly Pose.Eduard Kushnir teaches yoga in Kishinev (Moldova).</div>
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"Different Butterfly"
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<div>With endless gratitude to my teacher.</div>
<div>“In reality things are not as they seem”.
/Stanislaw Jerzy Lec/</div>...</div></div>

Interview with Rod Stryker: "It Is Easier When You Have No Teacher. It Is More Difficult to Have One"

<div><div><img alt="" src="/sites/default/files/medium_stryker.jpg" />Rod Strykeris a founder of ParaYoga, is widely considered to be one of the preeminent yoga and meditation teachers in the United States. In this interview Rod is telling about his understanding of yoga, about trends in development of modern yoga and their roots, he is also answering many more interesting questions.</div>...</div>

Interview with Gert van Leeuwen: "Critical Alignment Yoga"

<div><img alt="" src="/sites/default/files/heart/e-gert_on_yoga-03-listen.jpg" />Gert van Leeuwen (Amsterdam) over the last 35 years has been working on a new style of yoga, which he calls "Critical Alignment Yoga". Two years ago, he published in the Netherlands four hundred page book on his method.</div><div> </div>
<div>When 16-year old Gert van Leeuwen worked as the receptionist for a nursing...</div>

Andrey Golovinov, Sergey Narozhny: "Milk and Dairies. Wisdom of Ayurveda"

<div><img alt="" src="/sites/default/files/golovinov_sm.jpg" />Andrey Golovinov (Kazakhstan) studied Ayurveda since 1994. Disciple of Vaydya Vachaspati Gauri Lal Chanana, founder of Ayurvedic school Bheshaja Bhavan in New Delhi, since 2002. Studied yoga-therapy in B.K.S. Iyengar tradition in Mayapur, India, 2003. Completed half-year course of Panchakarma methods in Ayurvedic College of Trivandrum...</div>

Simon Borg-Olivier "How to Backband Un-injuriously, and a way to relieve a back pain in general"

Simon Borg-OlivierHow to Backband Un-injuriously, and a way to relieve a back pain in general
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<div>With unpretentious "infographic" and a selection of photos show us the steps of performing backbends that will help you to involve the most rigid part of the back for most people - between T10 and L4. As well as to use in bending forward the area of the vertebrae L5-S1, where most...</div></div>

Mikhail Baranov: "Karana-Krama as a Standard of Movement in Hatha-Yoga"

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<div>Karana Krama as part of the practice of hatha yoga has nothing to do with the aesthetics of Indian dance and the practice of martial arts, but the basic movements are borrowed from preparatory techniques of ...</div></div>