• Yoga Meditation: 5 Tips for Tuning Into a New Frequency
    Monday, September 16, 2013Yoga Meditation: 5 Tips for Tuning Into a New Frequency

      Much of our daily life is spent living in our heads, focused on what we are thinking, versus what we are feeling. With the demands of work and home we are often required to mentally stay one step ahead just to get through our day. But if we navigate life led by our thoughts alone, we miss out on a world of information available to...

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  • How to Manage Stress and Anger with Yoga
    Wednesday, August 28, 2013How to Manage Stress and Anger with Yoga

    For hundreds of years yoga has been valued for its healing qualities; from stabilizing metabolism to increasing flexibility and range of motion, yoga's power to help the mind and body is endless. Some would be surprised to find out that certain poses, breathing methods, and mental exercises based in yoga can even be used to manage...

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  • 5 Tips for Keeping to Your Diet on Vacation
    Wednesday, August 14, 20135 Tips for Keeping to Your Diet on Vacation

    When we travel, it's easy to fall for fast food, and unhealthy options based on convenience. On vacation, we often times throw our diet to the wind and eat and drink whatever is available, or local. It's important when we travel to remember that in just a few days we'll be back in the real world, and you don't want to...

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  • Karma Yoga: Being a Yogi and a Success in Business
    Wednesday, July 31, 2013Karma Yoga: Being a Yogi and a Success in Business

    Karma yoga is the process of achieving perfection in action. Karma yoga is an intrinsic part of many derivative types of yoga, and understood as yoga of selfless (altruistic) service. When Master Vivekananda brought Yoga to the United States in 1893 he stated that Karma Yoga was the most important part of yoga that one can do.  ...

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  • Yoga for Walkers and Joggers
    Friday, July 19, 2013Yoga for Walkers and Joggers

    There are some great ways to cool down after a long walk or job. You can use several yoga stretches to assure that you won't be sore or tight the following day. Here are some great examples of yoga poses for your post-run cool down:   Lying Down Knees to Chest :  Stabilizes back muscles, neutralizes spine, relives...

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  • YogaFit for Warriors: 5 Tips for Soldiers and Civilians
    Wednesday, July 3, 2013YogaFit for Warriors: 5 Tips for Soldiers and Civilians

    YogaFit, the worlds largest yoga school, and leading innovator in the Fitness industry, is known for creating exciting and revolutionary programs. The YogaFit Warriors program was created in 2013 to prepare yoga teachers to bring safe, trauma-sensitive yoga to heal a warrior's body, mind,  and spirit. YogaFit for Warriors...

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  • YogaFit for the Summer Athlete
    Tuesday, June 25, 2013YogaFit for the Summer Athlete

    Many activities like running, bicycling and indoor stationary cycling are among the best forms of cardio vascular conditioning, but often they leave the participant with tightness, aches, and sometimes even pain.  A consistent sport-related yoga program could alleviate many of these symptoms; including lower back pain, trapezious stress or...

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  • YogaFit for Runners: Soothing Sore Muscles
    Friday, June 21, 2013YogaFit for Runners: Soothing Sore Muscles

    Yoga , the 6,000-year-old secret to health and vitality is not so secret any more.  Among the many people discovering its many virtues; added flexibility, strength, mental focus, calm and relaxation, are runners, cyclists and swimmers who are looking for the perfect cross training complement to their workout program.  Whether you do...

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  • Yoga Meditation: 5 Tips for Tuning Into a New Frequency
    Yoga Meditation: 5 Tips for Tuning Into a New Frequency
    Monday, September 16, 2013

      Much of our daily life is spent living in our heads, focused on what we are thinking, versus what we are feeling. With the demands of work and home we are often required to mentally stay one step ahead just to get through our day. But if we navigate life led by our thoughts alone, we miss out on a world of information available to...

    read more
  • How to Manage Stress and Anger with Yoga
    How to Manage Stress and Anger with Yoga
    Wednesday, August 28, 2013

    For hundreds of years yoga has been valued for its healing qualities; from stabilizing metabolism to increasing flexibility and range of motion, yoga's power to help the mind and body is endless. Some would be surprised to find out that certain poses, breathing methods, and mental exercises based in yoga can even be used to manage...

    read more
  • 5 Tips for Keeping to Your Diet on Vacation
    5 Tips for Keeping to Your Diet on Vacation
    Wednesday, August 14, 2013

    When we travel, it's easy to fall for fast food, and unhealthy options based on convenience. On vacation, we often times throw our diet to the wind and eat and drink whatever is available, or local. It's important when we travel to remember that in just a few days we'll be back in the real world, and you don't want to...

    read more
  • Karma Yoga: Being a Yogi and a Success in Business
    Karma Yoga: Being a Yogi and a Success in Business
    Wednesday, July 31, 2013

    Karma yoga is the process of achieving perfection in action. Karma yoga is an intrinsic part of many derivative types of yoga, and understood as yoga of selfless (altruistic) service. When Master Vivekananda brought Yoga to the United States in 1893 he stated that Karma Yoga was the most important part of yoga that one can do.  ...

    read more
  • Yoga for Walkers and Joggers
    Yoga for Walkers and Joggers
    Friday, July 19, 2013

    There are some great ways to cool down after a long walk or job. You can use several yoga stretches to assure that you won't be sore or tight the following day. Here are some great examples of yoga poses for your post-run cool down:   Lying Down Knees to Chest :  Stabilizes back muscles, neutralizes spine, relives...

    read more
  • YogaFit for Warriors: 5 Tips for Soldiers and Civilians
    YogaFit for Warriors: 5 Tips for Soldiers and Civilians
    Wednesday, July 3, 2013

    YogaFit, the worlds largest yoga school, and leading innovator in the Fitness industry, is known for creating exciting and revolutionary programs. The YogaFit Warriors program was created in 2013 to prepare yoga teachers to bring safe, trauma-sensitive yoga to heal a warrior's body, mind,  and spirit. YogaFit for Warriors...

    read more
  • YogaFit for the Summer Athlete
    YogaFit for the Summer Athlete
    Tuesday, June 25, 2013

    Many activities like running, bicycling and indoor stationary cycling are among the best forms of cardio vascular conditioning, but often they leave the participant with tightness, aches, and sometimes even pain.  A consistent sport-related yoga program could alleviate many of these symptoms; including lower back pain, trapezious stress or...

    read more
  • YogaFit for Runners: Soothing Sore Muscles
    YogaFit for Runners: Soothing Sore Muscles
    Friday, June 21, 2013

    Yoga , the 6,000-year-old secret to health and vitality is not so secret any more.  Among the many people discovering its many virtues; added flexibility, strength, mental focus, calm and relaxation, are runners, cyclists and swimmers who are looking for the perfect cross training complement to their workout program.  Whether you do...

    read more