Join Ross Rayburn for a series of videos that use the precision of yoga therapeutic principles to not only avoid injury but also as way to elevate your daily yoga asana practice. These videos will be helpful for those interested in healing and are also recommended for intermediate and advanced students looking to transform their practice.
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Yoga for Men has partnered with the University of South Florida College of Public Health to help conduct a clinical study on the effects of yoga and mindfulness on veterans and active duty military personnel. As part of this study, veterans and active duty personnel have the opportunity to receive free yoga, meditation, and mindfulness classes for a year.
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This week on “Off the Mat” we answer a question from a friend about what kind of yoga is good from someone suffering from PTSD. The answer is a little different than you might think because this person is wheelchair-bound. New episodes air each Monday at 10am on Facebook.com/YogaforMen and Youtube.com/YogaforMen. #YogaforMen
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Mala beads are a mysterious part of yoga culture. They were first created in India over 3,000 years ago and have roots in Hinduism, Buddhism, and yoga. Available in a wide range of colors and materials, they are worn to help the user keep count during mantra meditations and prayer, as well as for beauty.
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Look at the comments under any yoga pose selfie on social media. There’s almost a guarantee that someone will take it upon themselves to criticize the alignment. “The leg should be straight!” “Why is that knee bent?” And on and on. Even for seasoned yogis, it’s easy to forget that every yoga posture is always a work in progress. That’s ... Read More
Join Rudy Mettia in his Bulgarian Ashram on a sweet vinyasa yoga flow that will stretch and strengthen your entire body. This is a great class for beginners or if you are coming back to your yoga practice after a long hiatus. Check in at Udaya.com for more great yoga classes.
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A seeker asks Sadhguru about the nature of the anger found in great Indian seers such as Vishwamitra. Sadhguru explains that anger is intensity and that intensity is good, but when you attach an emotion to intensity it can become misery.
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Dan Harris explains the neuroscience behind meditation, but reminds us that the ancient practice isn’t magic and likely won’t send one floating into the cosmic ooze. He predicts that the exercise will soon become regularly scheduled maintenance, as commonplace as brushing your teeth or eating your veggies.
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Some people are born to do what it is they do and Tamal Dodge is no exception. He was quite literally born into Yoga. Raised in his family’s ashram in Hawaii, Tamal has been teaching yoga for the last 10 years. With his star on the rise – he has a new DVD out and he was kind enough to... Read More