Hear ye! Hear Ye! The Yoga Journal Cometh
This comes as good news to all Yoga advocates and enthusiasts worldwide. The Yoga Journal can be accessed on the net, and yes, it is a wellspring of information and testimonials on, what else but, yoga.
The Yoga Journal's home page is all about what's new and hot on modern-day yoga. It lists conferences that a follower could register to or could sponsor. It also posts the workshops that are available for members or non-members alike.
The second portion is the 'New to Yoga' section. This introduces yoga to beginners. On this section, one could learn the basics and most commonly asked questions. It also lists the branches of yoga, the well-known eight limbs, and yoga styles. It also has a sub-section which posts advice by experts on several queries or issues. There is also a fun part where the person surfing could answer quizzes and view the do's and dont's.
The third section is solely for Poses. It gives the surfer an opportunity to browse the different types of poses, their therapeutic benefits and contraindications. One could do a simple or advanced search on the following:
Plank pose, Downward-Facing dog, Handstand, Half Moon, Bound Angle, Crane, Cobra, Fish, Lord of the Dance, Lotus, Full Boat, Gate, Hero, Tree, Featheared Peacock, Supported Headstand, Noose, Locust, etc...just to name a few.
The fourth, is the Practice section. This section focuses on anatomy and techniques on pranayama. There are also articles that discuss the different ways of practicing yoga. A sub-section, called cross training, features yoga applied to different sports.
The Health section discusses the treatments for common illnesses, how some herbs have healing properties, and much more. The sub-sections are holistic healing, beauty, philosophy, recipes, research,healthy eating, and ayurveda.
The section on Wisdom explores the tradition and philosophies of yoga, its pioneers, and Philip Moffitt's pieces of advice (he is, by the way, a teacher of spirituality).
The Meditation section, much like the Wisdom section, highlights emotional and spiritual wellness. It incorporates the practices, exercise methods and techniques to everyday life.
The Views section looks at issues that affect the community of yoga followers and teachers alike. It posts master teacher interviews, the latest books regarding yoga, compact discs, videos, also picks made by editors. The 'yoga current events' such as Hollywood Yoga, how to apply yoga in your workplace, or how yoga could have an anaesthetic effect on you could also be found on this section. The reviews on artistic 'yoga' works takes a portion, too.
The Travel section is, basically, a guide to famous destinations and vacations, adventures, and retreats for yoga enthusiasts all over the world. One could get travel tips and the list of city tours around the U.S.
The For Teachers section can be accessed by members only. Once registered, members can receive the My Yoga Mentor monthly newsletter. Members could also take a peek at upcoming events and shops that offer the latest in yoga accessories and equipments.
The last section is the Parenting section. It features parenting skills, techniques and philosophies to raise healthy babies (both emotionally and physically). Unlike the separate section for Poses, the poses discussed here are basic and are meant for children. Every possible issue that could be raised out of parenting or family could be discussed here.
Yoga Exercise Tips
Benefits Of Yoga
Bikram Yoga Tips
Yoga Training Teacher
... reflect on how much skills and knowledge you have in assisting them and in turn becoming an effective teacher. 2. You need to know and as well as understand the yoga s philosophy. In order for you to further inspire your students you got to have a good foundation of yoga. Philosophy will help you on how ...
... childbirth. Kundalini yoga can also be designed for women to strengthen the navel and pelvic area. the woman is empowered by helping her deal with anger and improver her patience. This helps her open her heart and vent out her anger. Yoga kriyas is focused on releasing tension in the body and mind through ...
Who Needs Yoga
... and limber enough, you might enjoy the intensity and fast pacing of Ashtanga yoga. Unlike most forms, this type requires almost constant movements, with practitioners 'flowing' from one pose to the next. Poses are performed in a set series and in the same order every time. Kundalini Kundalini yoga is ...
... stretcher as it also stretches the calves and hamstrings. But a word of caution! Be sure that you are able to reach your feet even when your legs are straight, else this equipment becomes useless. This will help flexible persons intensify their forward bends. These are just few of the equipments that ...
... individual should back into the sitting position so that the same thing can also be done with the opposite leg. Aside from standing, there are also the floor yoga positions. A very common one is known as the snake where the person lies flat on one s stomach with the hands placed on the shoulders. Slowly, ...