Cooling Yogic Breath
Is it hot enough for you? If so, cool yourself down with some simple yogic breathing techniques. Here’s a good one...
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Screen Swami Desktop Yoga - A Dedicated Email
In India, disciples served the teacher (“guru”) for many years before learning their first yoga posture.
Move and Groove
In the 21st century, we take mobility for granted as we travel with our cell phones, computers, music and apps on the go.
Pranayama for Relaxation
When Pinocchio needed to call on his conscience, all he had to do was “give a little whistle.” It turns out that...
Using a Body Brush
Don’t give your lymph system the "brush off"—it’s a first line of defense to keep you strong and healthy.
Ayurvedic Oil Pulling
The ancient therapy of oil pulling puts a whole new meaning into oral care. Oil pulling is an Ayurvedic...
Navel Point Yoga
The ancient yogic scriptures claim that all yoga begins at the navel point. The navel is not just a point; it is...
Help for Headaches
You know the feeling…a headache in the making. One of the most common causes of headaches is stress.
Water as Therapy
Summertime—it’s a great time to get in the swim with some water “therapy.” Swimming offers so many...
Arnica to the Rescue
Whether you’re a highly trained athlete, a yogi, gardener or an inquisitive three-year old, you’re...
Apana for Elimination
You’ve heard the saying, “You are what you eat.” Yogi Bhajan taught that you are also “what you eliminate.”
Exotic Sandalwood Oil
Sandalwood oil is the essential oil extracted from the aromatic plants and tree in the Santalum genus...
Praise for the Pituitary
The pituitary is a pea-sized gland located at the center of the base of your brain, just below the hypothalamus...
Kundalini Archer Pose
Whether you’re in search of stability, love or courage, practicing Archer Pose is the perfect way to embody...
Boost Your Immune System
By maintaining a healthy diet, exercising and keeping a positive mental attitude you can definitely increase...
Most likely, your grandmother cleaned her house with simple, natural ingredients. In order to...
Emerging from Meditation
Your eyes are closed and you breathe slowly and with ease as your thoughts float by. You are in the meditative..."
Flex Your Life Nerve
The secret to long life and health is as close as the back of your legs. With the yogic power of Life Nerve Stretch...
Make a Yoga Date
Looking for a way to spice up your relationship? Instead of a movie night, try some couples yoga. Instead of...
Relax into Child's Pose
It’s a natural thing to breathe like a newborn…from your very first breath, you knew the proper way to inhale...
Warming Yogic Tips
Trying to stay warm this winter? You could snuggle all day under a blanket or wear several layers of clothing...
Lavender's Many Uses
The color of lavender alone can set you to dreaming. What is it about this luscious, yet common, plant...
Taming the Eager Ego
Have you ever wondered about the ritual of giving a “thumbs up?” Ever since humans developed...
Walk Your Talk Flip Flops - A Dedicated Email
In the history of footwear, the humble flip flop has been around almost as long as humankind has walked...
Sukhasana for Yogis
It’s the foundational posture for yoga…but you might not know all about this wonderful pose. It’s called Sukhasana...
Yogurt in the Tub
Yogurt, made from cultured milk, has long been considered a wonder food and a staple of many...
Kriya for Disease Resistance
Be your body’s own best friend by getting your glands and digestion in tip-top shape to ward off bacteria, viruses and...
Atlas carried the world on his shoulders, but you don’t have to. Between daily stress and hunching over computers...
Get Into Cobra Pose
Yogis wisely watched the creatures of the earth to learn about proper alignment of body and spirit. As a healthy spine...
Jazz Up Your Workout
In the 1950s, we moved our hips with hula hoops, in the 80’s we pulled on leg warmers and bounced to an aerobic beat.
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