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On & Beyond the Yoga Studio

Explore fascinating yoga destinations, amp up your practice with tips and tricks from yoga teachers worldwide. Stretch your body and mind, and unlock your true potential.

Yoga Styles 101: An Introduction to Yoga Nidra

Yoga Nidra is a form of guided meditation that has gained popularity over the past few years. 

Why Should You Become an Iyengar Yoga Instructor?

A purist style of yoga, developed by and named after B.K.S Iyengar in the 1960s, Iyengar Yoga emphasizes precision and alignment.

Why Should You Become a Hatha Yoga Instructor?

Hatha Yoga has been the same for centuries. However, our perception of it has changed.

What is Restorative Yoga?

The world we live in is full of sensory overload. We are over-worked and over-stressed. Slowly and surely, living our fast-paced and stressful lives wears us down.

An Insightful Introduction to Ashtanga Yoga

The modern-day yogi is inundated with class and yoga teacher training options. It seems as though “yoga” has become a loose term, a type of workout focused on physical and mental strength, flexibility, mindfulness, and relaxation. 

Yoga Mudra and All Its Benefits: 8 Basic Mudras

Our body is a mini world made of five elements, Agni (Fire), Vayu (Air), Akasha (Aether), Bhumi (Earth) and Jala (Water); and when there is disturbance in these elements, it can lead to an imbalanced mind and cause our body to suffer from diseases. 

How Yin Yoga Helped Me to Heal my Body

I have to be honest. One of the primary reasons for starting my yoga practice was this one intention – to heal my body.

How to Plan a Skiing and Yoga Retreat

To all the yoga teachers planning to add some extra activities to their retreats, holidaymakers, yogis, and skiers, this article might be helpful when planning to try out the combination of these two!

Karma Yoga: How to Incorporate Selflessness into Your Daily Life

An interesting facet of yoga that many have often overlooked is the practice of karma yoga, where practitioners make an effort to detach from the material world and choose instead to focus on the deeds they perform. When practiced right, karma yoga can be liberating.

Yoga for Children: Selecting the Right Yoga for Your Child

When speaking about the benefits of yoga, most of us discuss the advantages from an adult’s point of view. With kids being quite bubbly, energetic and always on the move, it might seem like yoga would be the last thing they would be interested in doing.

Ayurveda: What You Should Eat During "Pitta" Season

A couple of weeks ago, a yoga friend and yoga teacher got in touch with me to tell me that she will be stopping by Kyiv the next morning. Just coming back from a yoga retreat, she had proposed to meet at a vegetarian cafe in the city center. While surfing the net for a suitable vegetarian cafe, I stumbled upon an Ayurvedic center that houses both a yoga studio and a vegetarian cafe, serving fresh and tasty vegetarian food. 

Prenatal Yoga: Useful Tips to Keep Your Practice Safe

Prenatal yoga can be very useful since it not only helps to keep your body in shape, but also helps the body to deal with stress, making it a popular practice among expecting mothers. 

5 Peculiar Yoga Styles You Might Be Dying to Try

While we’re all familiar with the different yoga styles like Hatha yoga, Bikram yoga or even Tantra yoga, a few other, slightly peculiar styles have crept up over the years causing a stir within the yoga community. These new yoga styles have certainly given new meaning to the term “new age” – a term that’s frequently been used to describe the practice – and have us wondering whether or not we should take them seriously. 

Yoga for Tennis: 5 Yoga Poses For Tennis Players

If you were lucky enough to catch it, the intense tennis match between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal that happened during this past weekend is set to go down in history as the most spectacular match ever played.

Yoga Every Damn day: How to Maintain Your Practice

In the years that I’ve practiced yoga, I can safely say that it has evolved in so many ways. I have evolved from a beginner to somewhat of an intermediate, though there is still so much more to learn. 

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