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Posts Tagged ‘ psychology ’

5 Key Ingredients for a Sustainable Meditation Practice | Serena Brommel

May 27, 2014

I’ve had a busy seven years since first beginning my mindfulness meditation practice. I’ve overcome chronic physical pain and debilitating anxiety and depression. I’ve learned to love a diet rich ... read more »

How Far Does the Practice of Yoga Asana Take You? | Morgan Lee

May 27, 2014

I wore a pedometer to this morning’s Mysore-style full primary practice to see how far the practice takes me within the confines of my 26-by-71-inch Manduka mat ... read more »

Don’t Give Up on Yoga: A Plea to Those with Chronic Pain or Illness | Lindsay Sisti

May 27, 2014

I know that starting a yoga practice to manage chronic pain or illness is not easy. When I first started practicing yoga regularly, there were times where I pushed myself too hard, exacerbating my ... read more »

Owning Your Dosha: Implications, Effects and Opportunities of Each Body Constitution | Kayla Mae Anderson

May 27, 2014

"What's your dosha?" If you don’t already know the answer to that increasingly mainstream question, visit this website to take a dosha quiz and determine your body ... read more »

Freeing Yourself of Stress Through Yoga | Katie Tuttle

May 27, 2014

We now believe 80 percent of illness is stress-related, that whatever your genetic weak link, stress will trigger it. Going to a spa is wonderful, but ... read more »

You Look Stupid and Nobody Cares: Reassurances and Tips for the New Practitioner | Katie Thomas

May 27, 2014

Here’s the thing: I actually think you look beautiful and I care deeply. I’m not a cynical curmudgeon, but in fact a warm, positive yoga instructor who happens to have a sense of humor ... read more »

Practicing my ABCs: Asana, Breath, Concentration and Connection | Erin Cowan

May 27, 2014

I am very passionate about being a student of yoga and approaching the practice as a beginner. I teach, but it is my curiosity, openness, and urge to grow as a student that most profoundly affects ... read more »