Author Archives: Brenda
The next Beginners Yoga class starts March 20, 2018 at Yoga for You. Sign up now for a yoga class just for you! The program is through the BSC Enrichment Program. Learn the basics, what this yoga “thing” is all about, and … Continue reading
JANUARY Newsletter Click Here** **Clarification for January Special– 5 class pass for $33 is for NEW or RETURNING students who have not been to the studio for the past 6 months.
Beginning a yoga practice as an older adult can be intimidating, especially if you’re out of shape or working with health conditions. Although you don’t want to jump into a 90-minute hot yoga class with a group of younger practitioners, … Continue reading
Relief for Tight Hamstrings Step-by-step guide to safely stretch tight, sore hamstrings OCTOBER 7, 2014 BY DOUG KELLER Those darn hamstrings. Their stubborn inflexibility is a source of frustration for many yoga practitioners, often because they know (or have heard) that forward … Continue reading
Yoga is not just for the LuLulemon followers. Now more people are practicing yoga for the health of it. Listen or read this article.
What is Parvati Magazine? It is a free magazine that brings inspiring articles on yoga, meditation, wellness, nutrition, books, music, business, ecology and more, featuring luminaries such as Marianne Williamson, Judith Hanson Lasater and Dr. Bernie Siegel. MAY 2017 ISSUE Click … Continue reading
Yoga has grown in popularity over the past few years and is evolving even as I write this article. Studios opening up all around offering different styles of yoga. But what are the reasons for this interest in a 5000 … Continue reading
5 Beginner Yoga Poses for Seniors ByMelissa Eisler If you’ve reached senior status and you’re not already practicing yoga, now’s a good time to begin. Yoga is a great form of exercise for seniors. Physically, yoga can increase flexibility, mobility, … Continue reading
5 Myths About Yoga That Just Aren’t True Starting with, yes, anyone can do it Can I do yoga? What if I can’t even sit with my legs crossed? But isn’t it kind of cultish? Do I have to drink … Continue reading
This may help us understand why so many Americans have back pain. Read or listen to the article from NPR: