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Annual Urban Retreat: DIAGNOSING BODIES

Yoga Actions for Seeing & Sensing Chakra Activation During asana practice, when we focus awareness and intention on each of the seven spinal chakras, we

YOGA ACTIONS for Virabhadrasana II

The following teaching from the Vigyan Bhairava [or God Consciousness] Tantra, Verse 27 states, When by itself the breath is retained after inhalation or exhalation

Yoga Actions for Finding Your Balance

Practice the Yoga Actions described below for each of the following poses YOGA ACTIONS: Complete your practice with 5 to 10 minutes of your favourite

YOGA ACTIONS for Virabhadrasana I

Discovery, not performance, is the aim in yoga, and what we are seeking to discover is ease, stability, and freedom.  The mind becomes suddenly clear

7 Mindfulness Practices for Daily Life

by Chloe Pearson In today’s fast-paced world, finding moments of peace and presence can feel like a luxury. However, incorporating mindfulness into our daily routines

YOGA ACTIONS for Parivrtta Trikonasana

Like most yoga poses, twisting asanas provide physical, emotional, and spiritual benefits. To keep the spine supple and trigger our inner heat source, gentler twists

YOGA ACTIONS for Utthita Parsvakonasana

We use asana (yoga poses) to balance our outer structure (Annamaya kosha) while simultaneously cleansing and clearing our inner energy channels or nadis (Pranamaya kosha).

YOGA ACTIONS for Ardha Chandrasana

Yoga is a practice of integration, which unites mind, body, and spirit. The five koshas aptly represent and illustrate this holistic experience. Uniting our three

YOGA ACTIONS for Utthita Trikonasana

Yoga asanas, when combined with yoga actions, move us deeper into our journey of self-realization. Rather than emphasizing the external shape of each pose, one’s

Yoga Actions for CHAIR YOGA VII — to REST & DIGEST

Chair Poses to REST & DIGEST The vagus nerve is the prime component of the parasympathetic nervous system which regulates “rest-and-digest” or “tend-and-befriend” (loving kindness)

Yoga Actions for CHAIR YOGA VI — to Open Hips

Do each pose within your capacity, which means finding the level of sensation that presents a challenge without experiencing aggression or pain. Complete the following