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How Do You Do Chair Pose?

Utkatasana is a pose that works to strengthen the ankles, thighs, calves, and spine. It also stimulates the abdominal organs. Utkasana appears in Surya Namaskara B (Sun Salutation B) and is the 3rd pose of the Ashtanga Primary Series before moving to the seated postures.

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What’s the Point?

This is a question I’ve been contemplating quite a bit lately. Not so much what’s the point of yoga, or living a yogic lifestyle (this is a whole other contemplation), but more so what’s the point at which a certain way of living or a practice goes from being good for you and supporting your life to the point of being obsessive,

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Long or short courses – what’s best: an intensive or longer duration course?

As with all aspects of the teaching and study of yoga, there is no ‘one way’. Alongside your personal circumstances and preferred ways of study, key factors to consider in deciding whether to undertake a longer or shorter duration course need to relate to the quality and experience of your teachers and training school on the one hand, and to your realistic ability to get the best out of the course within its course period on the other hand. The latter is significantly affected by the commitments,responsibilities and freedoms in your unique life, work, family and financial considerations.

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Choosing Organic as Part of a Healthy Diet – Studies the Reason the Why

Tracy McDonald I have some exciting things to tell you about raw foods that I will be sharing with you over the next few weeks! These foods are ABSOLUTELY part of what is a healthy diet – it doesn’t matter if you cannot “do raw” 100% of the time – you can still gain the benefits of raw foods cuisine with ANY amount of raw that you can add to your daily fare.

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5 Yoga Practices to Reduce Stress

While the holidays can be a beautiful time, they can also be stressful for multiple reasons. Here are a few ways your practice can help.

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