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Politics, Religion, Yoga, and Non-harming

As this painful, divisive, excruciating, acrimonious, interminable election season winds down, we thought we’d take a look at Ahimsa, yoga’s first tenet. It means non-harming; it is something we as a people have been lacking lately. I saw a meme … Continue reading

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Yoga for Pain Management

Pain shows up in many forms and for many reasons. While some pain is the direct result of an injury, other pain presents itself over time, with no specific cause. Whether pain is acute or insidious, physical therapy combined with … Continue reading

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Featured Yoga Teacher: Martha Whitney, 25th Anniversary

This year marks the 25th anniversary of Martha Whitney’s yoga teaching. This morning I had the privilege of spending some time with her on the phone talking about how her practice and her teaching have evolved. We both sat at … Continue reading

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Neuroscience Loves Yoga

Neuroscience Loves Yoga. They are going steady. Neuroscience deals with the structure and function of the nervous system and the brain; Yoga is so much more than exercise. Their love affair makes sense. Many people translate the Sanskrit word Yoga … Continue reading

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Yoga and Parkinson’s Disease

When I hear the latest health claim, I’m skeptical. I’ve studied research methods enough to know that anyone can study anything that “proves” something. And the media will take the best sound bite and run with it. Unfortunately it often … Continue reading

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