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Yoga Journal : Why do we need a Journal

Hear ye! Hear Ye! The Yoga Journal Cometh Elena Brower is a mama, an author, a teacher, and an artist. Devoted to cultivating meditation as your most healing habit, she’s created books and programs with Sounds True. Her yoga workbook Art of Attention has now been translated into six languages, and Practice You, her journal, is beloved globally. She’s developed two audio programs with Sounds True, The Return Home and Grounded and Free.    Mama, author, yoga and meditation teacher, speaker, and entrepreneur, Elena Brower is recognized internationally for her…

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Blog Yoga Disciplines 

Tantric Yoga Highlights – Why try it !

Tantric yoga knows it all Tantric Yoga highlights the exaltation of the physical being more than anything else Tantra Yoga. While most of us think of sex when we think of Tantra Yoga, this ancient practice is actually a powerful combination of asana, mantra, mudra, and bandha (energy lock) and chakra (energy center) work that you can use to build strength, clarity, and bliss in everyday life. Tantric practices, including Tantra yoga, work on the subtle energies within the body to enhance spiritual growth and physical wellbeing. Through the exploration…

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Blog Yoga For Beginners 

Triangle Pose for Yoga Poses

Benefits of Triangle Yoga Poses A deep stretch for the hamstrings, groins, and hips, Trikonasana also opens the chest and shoulders. It helps relieve lower back pain, stress, and sluggish digestion. This yoga poses strengthens the muscles in the thighs, hips, and back, while toning the knees and ankles. It also stimulates the organs of the torso, improving metabolism. It is known to be therapeutic for anxiety, flat feet, infertility, osteoporosis, and even sciatica. More than just a simple stretch, Trikonasana will always assist and improve  your overall balance and stability,…

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Blog Yoga For Beginners 

Yoga Poses and the Plank Pose – Kumbhakasana

Yoga and the Plank – A Yoga Poses Benefits: Strengthens the arms, back, and core. Prepares you for more advanced arm balances. Are you surprised that we’re calling plank an arm balance? It may be a little bit of a stretch since your feet are still on the floor, but since your arms are bearing most of your weight it does make sense. As in most arm balances, arm strength is something of a factor here but it’s really all about core strength. All those deep abdominal muscles are what…

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Blog Yoga For Beginners 

Downward Dog Yoga Pose – Training the dog

Downward Dog Yoga pose – The role of downward facing dog is vast. Done properly and consistently, the most noticeable benefits include: Stronger hands, wrists, lower back, hamstrings, calves and Achilles tendon. Decrease in back pain by strengthening the entire back and shoulder girdle. All from doing the downward-dog pose – Getting the Downward dog done To get the downward dog pose going begin on your hands and knees. Align your wrists directly under your shoulders and your knees directly under your hips. The fold of your wrists should be…

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