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Yogaterapia para Huesos Saludables

En una publicación anterior compartí una experiencia personal que me llevó a una exploración sin fin. Yogaterapia para Huesos Saludables y la fuente de la juventud. Mi brújula me apuntó a un sinfín de libros, talleres y charlas. Entonces, ahora les paso mis trucos favoritos a través de una serie de talleres de Yogaterapia para […]

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Heart Rate Variability: Chant From the Heart, For the Heart

Bhakti Fest is considered the ultimate playground for yogis. In particular, for bhaktas (devotional yogis). While Bhakti Fest 2018’s Joshua Tree desert playground may span 385 acres, this year I was attracted to a tiny outdoor classroom next to a small artificial pond. Sitting on the sandy ground, or perched at the rim of the […]

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Bhagavan Das: From High Desert to Dallas -- on the 33rd parallel

No Ordinary Senior Citizen He left the United States in 1968. At the age of 18, he headed east. To India. Tibet. Nepal. With no money. He adhered to the customs of the elder yogis. A renunciate. An ascetic, or sadhu. After seven years, he returned to the States. But not to the lifestyle of […]

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Austin FREE DAY OF YOGA in Wimberley

Austin’s Free Day of Yoga: 20th Anniversary For the 20th year, yogis are uniting to bring Austin and neighboring communities free yoga on Labor Day, to heighten awareness of the benefits of yoga. Free Day of Yoga is an outstanding opportunity to meet different instructors, and experience different styles of mind/body practices. I’ve been headed […]

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Bhakti Fest: 10 Years of Woodstock for Spirituality

The Birth of Bhakti Fest: Spirituality at Woodstock It was 1969. There were 500,000 gathered in Woodstock as Sri Swami Satchidananda gave opening remarks and prayers. “America is helping everybody in the material field, but the time has come for America to help the whole world with spirituality also.” Swami Satchidananda’s inclusion at Woodstock was […]

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Yoga's Mental Health Benefits

Guest Blogger, Meera Watts, shares her list of yoga’s mental health benefits. If you think yoga is all about getting fit and toned muscles, it’s probably the right time to get the facts straight. Most people who engage in yoga aren’t really after the physical benefits of the practice. A lot of them are actually […]

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Intention Attracts Divine Energy: Shakti at The Western Wall

The Western Wall is considered one of the holiest places. It attracts people from all over the world, of different faiths, to pray here. During my first visit, the meaning and history behind the stones and traditions didn’t really resonate. My second trip was not the same. The divine energy was visible and palpable. I […]

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Add Shabbat to Your Dinacharya

For more than three years, I’ve been following an Ayurvedic dinacharya, as prescribed by my Ayurvedic doctor. I try to adhere to my daily routine as closely as possible. Even when I’m traveling around the world, without access to hot water, or other elements that are part of my Rx, I try to maintain my […]

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Jerusalem Sangha: Muslims, Christians and Jews at the YMCA

For as long as I’ve been a yoga teacher, I’ve enjoyed the sangha. Frequently, I mention to my students why I enjoy being a part of the YMCA family. First, it is not about the facilities. Second, it’s not about the pay. Neither is it about the location. It’s all about the sangha. Community. Additionally, […]

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Kundalini: Yoga for a Meditative, Neutral, Intuitive Mind

The meditative mind is the neutral mind that runs your destiny. —Kundalini Master Yogi Bhajan Gurucharan Singh Khalsa, Ph.D., rubs elbows with geniuses like Yakir Aharonov. He’s a psychotherapist, and professor at MIT, with a penchant for quantum physics. At the core of all his passions are the teachings of Kundalini Yoga. He collaborated with […]

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Bhakti and Self-Love Spiritual Practices

The topic of spiritual practices is by guest author, Pranada Comtois. Her book, Wise-Love: Bhakti and the Search for the Soul of Consciousness is newly published. The Magic of Bhakti’s Self Love Spiritual Practices We are driven for love and by love. We must feel loved to feel whole. But do you feel lovable or loved? […]

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The Purpose of Yoga

As a yoga instructor and yoga therapist, I often hear excuses for people not wanting to try yoga. One of the most common, is “I’m not flexible enough.” Of course, to me, that’s just a self-imposed barrier. People with a wide array of physical impediments can practice yoga. And, just last week, one of my […]

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