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The Upward Plank Pose

The upward plank pose is also popularly known as purvottanasana. It is a plank variation that can be performed well if regularly practiced. It is known to counteract the results of chaturanga by having the pectoralis major, anterior deltoids as well as pectoralis minor stretched. This pose is an intense kind of stretch facing eastwards. […]

Yoga for the Whole Family

The list of benefits that yoga provides is endless. It helps you find and create a moment of peace in your day. Yoga can do this for your whole family as well bringing a sense of calm to the entire family. A calm and relaxed family means a calm and relaxed home. Introducing your family […]

First Compassion, Then Yoga

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Your Guide to Hatha, Vinyasa, Ashtanga, and Bikram Yoga Styles

Have you ever gone on a yoga studio’s website, taken a look at the class schedule, and thought I have no idea what any of these words mean? Navigating to the class that’s right for you can be a tough job if you don’t know the difference between Bi

Why Sun Salutations Are Important

One of the first sequences in yoga that we all learn, Surya Namaskara in Sanskrit, often comes at the beginning of our practice; and can be appropriate for any level. Although there is no obligation to include them within your practice,

The Yoga Sutras

The true goal of yoga is to bring the mind under control. This goal is achieved through physical, mental, and spiritual discipline. This process or path is taught and described in the ancient text called the Yoga Sutras.

My First Yoga Teaching Experience

Having signed up to take a yoga teacher training course last year I knew that I’d have to teach