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Posted by on April 22, 2011 in
Gathas help us to practice mindfulness in our daily lives and to look deeply. Reciting these short verses will bring awareness, peace, and joy to the simple activities we may take for granted, like eating a meal, washing our hands, or taking out the garbage. These gathas remind us that Earth provides us with precious gifts every day. Taking the First Step of the Day Walking on the Earth is a...
Posted by on April 21, 2011 in
India has made available a list of 1,300 newly registered yoga poses, compiled to prevent the ancient moves from being exploited by patent pirates, the Times of India said. Hindu gurus and some 200 scientists compiled the list from 16 ancient texts to prevent yoga teachers in the United States and Europe from patenting established poses as their own. The database, which includes 200 video...
Posted by YOGANONYMOUS on April 20, 2011 in
The art of making your own medicine through the use of herbal remedies allows you to take your health into your own hands, literally. To learn to trust your body, your feelings, your intuition. You are an expert in knowing exactly how you feel and when you are capable of making remedies to soothe ailments instead of running to the Doctor you are participating in ancient traditions. Today, let's...
Posted by YOGANONYMOUS on April 19, 2011 in
I had been practicing yoga regularly for about 5 years... I was certified to teach Vinyasa and loved the feeling in body and mind yoga produced. I thought of this feeling as a combination of exhaustion and exhilaration. I sought it out whenever I could fit my practice into life as a child psychotherapist. However, without warning, my motivation to practice fell off the face of the earth as I...
Posted by YOGANONYMOUS on April 18, 2011 in
So, you just finished your yoga teacher training… How does a new teacher go about finding a job? Forrest Yoga teacher, Erica Mather, outlines 5 simple steps to getting a teaching job, whether you are a new teacher or are simply looking for a new place to share your knowledge – Enjoy! Congratulations! You've just completed your yoga teacher training. Now, you're left with the task of...
Posted by YOGANONYMOUS on April 15, 2011 in
Most of us living in America (and especially those of us living in New York City) are familiar with the concept of Multi-Tasking… The other day I was standing in my kitchen. With one hand I was typing on the computer, which was resting on the island. With the other I was attempting to pry a slice off of a loaf of frozen bread with the first clean knife I had found – a viciously sharp paring...