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  1. Yoga

    The term Yoga has a few meanings. It’s both a school of thought in the Hindu religion, and a system of mental and physical exercise developed by this school. All forms of yoga originated in India. People who follow this school, and practice any form of yoga are called yogis, or yogins. St

  2. Psychedelic Yoga

    The following article originally appeared as an uncopyrighted set of mimeographed sheets sometime during the late 1960's, which was freely distributed on a limited basis, probably in San Francisco.  Psychedelic Yoga   The Application of Yoga Meditation Techniques to the Use of Psychedelic Sacra

  3. Yoga Observation

    The Rhythm of Your Breath. The Atlanta Yoga is a studio that is housed in a loft located in Midtown West. Atlanta Yoga has been opened for about six years and it offers many levels of yoga classes for the public. According to Ms. Adele Gale, the owner and director, Atlanta Yoga does not have a fo

  4. Yoga for Stress Relief

    Yoga For Stress Relief Yoga has always been a means of relieving stress. Yoga practice calms the soul and relaxes the mind. It's a wonder what simple exercises and modified breathing can do for someone who is under stress. Stress is anxiety caused by things in our daily life that cause peo

  5. Yoga

    Yoga has continually evolved and changed over the past 5,000 years. The practice of yoga started as a spiritual ritual initiated by a small religious group in southern India. The name "yoga" was developed by the Indian language Sanskrit, meaning "union." Different people and cultures practice yo

  6. How to Meditate

    Meditation is simple. If you can breathe, you can meditate. For the sake of simplicity we will assume that you, the student, are capable of sitting, cross legged, on the floor. To practice meditation you must prepare your body, breathe mindfully, chant a single Om, and reflect on your experience.

  7. Yoga and Diet

    The Yoga Diet For a long time now vegetarians were thought to be eating only boring foods and not getting enough of the proper vitamins and minerals. But in todays with the obesity and disorders that go along with it, people are more understanding of the veggie’s way of eating. Sta

  8. The Art of Yoga and Meditation

    To be one with oneself is said to be a great gift, possibly the greatest gift. This is the idea behind the Yogic lifestyle and ways. Many probably wonder what a “yogic” lifestyle is, I myself had to search not only in books, teachers, but also within myself. One thing I learned about Yoga is tha

  9. Yoga 3

    The word yoga comes from the word yoke meaning to unite or discipline; therefore, yoga by definition is a method of training designed to lead to integration or union. Yoga can be translated as “union” or “discipline” that leads to the integration of the internal environment. Yoga has been un

  10. Been to the Gym Lately?

    Been to the Gym Lately? It happens every summer, people start trading in their jackets and pants for bikinis and board shorts. They loose the layers and start showing some skin. It is usually not until now, that people notice something about themselves, they’re fat. Its time to hit the gym. Ba

  11. Yoga Philosophy

    Most of the time when people think about yoga they simply imagine contorting their bodies into strange and awkward positions in hopes of keeping themselves in shape. I have to admit that I was one of those people. However, I have come to understand that the art of yoga is much more complex than I ha

  12. Business Critique of Yoga Center

    Before starting any form of business, a comprehensive layout of a plan needs to be prepared. A business plan is absolutely necessary to evaluate the internal and external factors affecting a business. A business plan should incorporate, in general, all the critical aspects of business that directly

  13. Yoga

    Psychology Paper- Yoga In the article “Yoga as a Practice Tool” there are many insightful theories and ideas that I learned. One of them was that yoga can influence the brain. In the article it states that yoga can raise levels of the neurotransmitter gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA). The...

  14. Sahaja Yoga

    Sahaja Yoga is a method of meditation which brings a breakthrough in the evolution of human awareness. It was created by Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi in 1970 and has since spread all around the world. In Shri Mataji's own words: "Global unity of mankind can be achieved through this awakening that can o

  15. Sankhya Yoga

    This is Jnana Yoga or Vedanta which bespeaks of the Immortality of the Soul. Lord Krishna said to Arjuna: ìWake up from the slumber of ignorance. This body and the world are indwelt by the Imperishable Atman, Brahman or the Soul. None can cause the destruction of Thatóthe Imperishable. This Atm

  16. Vinyasa Yoga

    Vinyasa Yoga – Observations from Class Today I experienced Vinyasa Yoga for the first time. Vinyasa is the Sanskrit word for "flow", and it refers both to the flow of breath, and movement. Vinyasa is represented by a continuous linking of yoga postures and to the continuous flow of energy, or "

  17. Yoga: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

    Yoga: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow Every generation before and every generation to follow has, or will, encounter moments of unsteadiness, impurity, pour judgment, or violence. The nature of our being is susceptible to these trite obstacles. But the nature of our beast has not simply accepted t

  18. All about yoga

    YOGA 1) How old is yoga: 5,000 years old. (13) ( mind, body, spirit) Origin; Indus Valley, 3000 BC. First mentioned in the scriptures called Vedas, which dates from 2500 BC. Upanishads, (Vedas) provide main foundation of Yoga. In ancient India. Yoga is one of the six schools of H

  19. Hatha Yoga

    Alishia O’Dell Yoga T/TH 7:30-8:50 Chapter One Summary 1. What is Yoga? a. Others think Yoga also includes breathing and relaxation practices. (I am one of them.) b. We need to understand how yoga has changed over thousands of years into the remarkable systems we have today, we can b

  20. Yoga

    the benefits of yoga yoga is the balance between mind and body mentally and physically. the word yoga means union or merger in Sankrit language. yoga combine yogasanas, pranayama, and meditatiion, all in which help a person feel relaxing and energizing. yoga provide physiological, pyschological,

  21. Kundalini Yoga

    Introduction to Kundalini Yoga: A Beginner’s Series of Kundalini Yoga Classes Focusing on Balancing the Ten Bodies Please join us for beginner’s classes in Kundalini Yoga where we will explore the Ten Bodies. Location: Revive Yoga Studios 23350 Lake Manor Drive Chatsworth,

  22. Yoga: the Cloud of the Unknowing

    The Cloud of Unknowing is a book of contemplation which helps Christians to attain union with God through single-minded contemplation. The book serve as a guide for Christian spirituality and it cover important topics on contemplation, unknowing and union with God. The unknowing serve as a core elem

  23. Yoga: a Christian Perspective

    Yoga: A Christian perspective Jayme Kendall, Kate Magro, and Todd Paul January 26, 2002 The word, yoga, today has so many different and negative connotations and misuses associated with its usage. For North Americans the word is associated with New Age practices or possibly seen as the new trend

  24. Yoga and Christianity

    Today, many people are taking up yoga techniques for physical exercise, and most don’t know the history of yoga. They believe there is nothing wrong with implementing this form of exercise into their daily regiment to promote a more healthy body. However, the practice of yoga is much more than

  25. Hatha Yoga

    Yoga is defined as “a Hindu discipline aimed at training the consciousness for a state of perfect spiritual insight and tranquility. [It is also] a system of exercises practiced as a part of this discipline to promote control of the body and mind” (Webster). There are many different styles of yo

  26. Power Yoga

    Response to Power Yoga 8/4/08 Beryl Birch’s axioms of power yoga are closely related to the work she does with athletes. The axioms of yoga she outlines are all connected and all work off of each other very well. The first two chapters are concerned with Birch’s attempt to show mainly an athle

  27. Yoga

    I feel as if Dr. Bob's Yoga class has been extremely helpful during this semester. Nevertheless, I feel as if there are some positive, as well as, negative aspects of this course. From what I know Yoga is suppose to be an activity in which your mind and body should stay relaxed and controlled.

  28. Yoga Therapy

      PEST analysis  SWOT analysis Where do you want your yoga to take you? At Pure, we help you identify your abilities and goals through a detailed personal assessment, and then provide a defining road map for your journey. We travel alongside you to guide, support, motivat

  29. Yoga

    Intro to Hatha Yoga (PEC 29) Personal Experience Midterm Paper Thursday, May 1, 2008 Personal Experience: Reebok Sports Club New York On Friday, April 25th, I entered the yoga studio not knowing what to expect, it was like going to a new school. I was hoping that the instructor would be

  30. Elt for Prisoners

    ELT for prisoners: A case study of an innovative six-week Spoken English and Personality Development Programme for the inmates of Burail Jail, Chandigarh based on the Developmental Approach to Language Teaching (DLT) 1.0 Introduction This paper explores a unique six-week long English Language