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How should our expanding knowledge of the role fascia plays affect how we approach asana?

23 September 2014: Interviewee: Julie Martin Question: How should our expanding knowledge of the role fascia plays affect how we approach asana? Julie Martin, Directory of Brahmani Yoga in Goa and international teacher is passionate about seeing the practice as a whole, physical, mental and spiritual. Particularly interested in the evolution of asana and exploring the practice in the true...

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Loveyogaanatomy Special Emissaries

Your Chance to Join the Team You might have already seen the new Magazine page: Hey Stu! What’s your Question?, where I am asking a question to a teacher and posting their video response. Well now it’s your turn to get in on the act! It’s obvious too me that there are so many great teachers out there that I...

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Gold And Mud

Tim’s Scribbles: 08 July 2014 : GOLD AND MUD “Gold you find in mud. We are all pure by nature. But we cannot realize our purity because we have so much mud. We are influenced by so many things, because we do not have proper knowledge. The teacher helps separate the gold from the dirt in the student so he/she...

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Breathereflect

Tim’s Scribbles:14 January 2014 : Breathereflect reflect on the effect of your breathing permeating your body breathe again while you observe the chain reactions along your spine as your focus sharpens see your mind’s subtle slowing of motion allow yourself to do it dam up the extra movements of the mind notice the spacious edge of dharana dip into dhyana...

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Superfoods Focus: Spirulina vs. Chlorella

Love Food & Yoga Titbits: 25 February 2014: Superfoods Focus: Spirulina vs. Chlorella David Wolfe, leading authority on superfoods and advocate of raw foods and nutritional healing for many years, calls superfoods the ‘Food and Medicine of the Future’, due to their nutrient dense qualities, compared even to high quality foods like organic fruit and vegetables. To optimize health and...

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Cultivating Patanjali Body

Tim’s Scribbles: 21 December 2013 : Cultivating Patanjali Body In the energetic paradigm which lays the foundation for yoga We seek to unravel the vayus, shakti, kundalini Allowing our innate life force to flow towards its original source. We use asana to loosen this prana in our body and free it up from all restrictions. Technique and alignment properly applied...

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What’s The Skinny on Fats?

Love Food & Yoga Titbits: 20 January 2013 : What’s The Skinny on Fats? Not all fats are created equally as we know. There are good and there are bad. Bad fats can indeed make you fat, not to mention bring on a host of other health problems – high cholesterol, risk of heart disease and inflammatory diseases, to name...

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Chaturanga

Asana Quick Fix: 23 July 2014: Chaturanga About six months ago, the studio where I teach put out an all-call for teachers to submit their own chaturanga “selfies.” Yeah, not one of us responded. Seriously, who wants that posture picked apart on Facebook by a bunch of arm chair anatomy experts in a slew of unending cues as comments …...

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Pumpkin Pie Fudge

Love Food & Yoga Titbits: 28 December 2013 : Pumpkin Pie Fudge Pumpkin Pie Fudge Inspired by the Thanksgiving pumpkin pie tradition, I’ve been experimenting lately with some unique ways of enjoying this delicious and nutritious vegetable. Pumpkin is loaded with fiber, cancer fighting antioxidants, potassium and vitamin C, while the seeds are high in tryptophan, an amino acid key...

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