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What sort of work you are doing with dance and yoga in the Mumbai slums?

7 November 2014: Interviewee: Josefin Wikström What sort of work you are doing with dance and yoga in the Mumbai slums? I met Josefin a few years ago and was taken by her joy of life and enthusiasm for using dance and yoga to help people in unfortunate circumstances. With my new column up and running I thought it was...

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Manju Jois Mini Interview

24 October 2014: Interviewee: Manju Question: What is the difference between breath with sound & Ujjayi breathing? Actually this is only one of the questions asked in this mini interview, that include questions about chanting , the purpose of the physical practice, what yoga means to him. Manju Jois, Ashtanga Yoga guru of Mysore, South India, is the oldest son...

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Sun Salutations Part 2

The last article in this series was the introduction to the sun salutations series with an anatomical spin. In this article we will be exploring: How to lift the arms over your head. Raising the Arms It seems as though I have seen hundreds of variations on how students raise their arms over their head to begin a sun salutation....

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Sun Salutations Part 1

There is nothing that seems to cross all boundaries of yoga styles as clearly as sun salutations. Of course there are variations on the theme, but it seems that all styles do them. Sun Salutations put movement through all of the joints of the body and moves it in many directions. Perhaps we have a little difficulty in finding say,...

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Backbends in Focus

Yoga Minded: 20 October 2014: Backbends in Focus. Backbends require the front of the body to be in several key areas. In this video I show you the areas that students often experience restriction and provide some exercises to help facilitate a more comfortable and rewarding backbend journey. Melanie Cooper has been teaching yoga for 16 years, and training yoga...

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Superfood Focus: Chia Seeds

Love Food & Yoga Titbits: 06 October 2014: Superfood Focus: Chia Seeds These tiny black seeds are pretty incredible when you have a look at what they can do for us, from boosting energy to lowering cholesterol. Here’s why you should consider adding chia to your diet.. Nutrition: chia seeds are rich in protein, calcium, fiber and antioxidants, and for...

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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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