Many yogis are concerned as to whether yoga can ruin their back or (in rare situations) even kill them. But when scientists looked into this, they found that yoga is generally safe. The post Is yoga bad for you? appeared first on ThinkNaturalToday.com, Health News, News, Health Magazine, Health in Natural ways, Holistic Health, Yoga, Ayurveda.
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"So many people think that they aren't runners," said running coach Robin Arzon. But it's not for the reason you might think. The ultramarathoner and author of Shut Up and Run told us it's because most people are running at too quick...Show More Summary
If you’ve mastered Bakasana and are ready to take your arm balance practice to the next level, try incorporating these Bakasana toe-taps into your routine. The post Build Core Strength for Challenge Poses with Bakasana Toe Taps appeared first on Yoga Journal.
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We're constantly hearing different theories on fitness trackers, but researchers at Cleveland Clinic wanted to finally put an end to the discussion and determine the most accurate wrist-worn trackers that also monitor heart rate. InShow More Summary
As the temperature outside slowly plummets, so does your desire for a cold, light, and crisp salad. But you know you should be eating one because they're so healthy for you. Here's a Winter salad recipe you'll actually want to devour. Massaged...Show More Summary
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Tap into the power of Ayurveda to get rooted in healthy, lasting habits. The post Transform Your Life with Ayurveda appeared first on Yoga Journal.
If you’re feeling congested, this sequence of twists, sidebends, inversions, and heart-opening backbends can help clear your lungs and brighten your mind. The post Yoga for Your Dosha: A Congestion-Clearing Kapha Yoga Sequence appeared first on Yoga Journal.
These twisting, folding, wide-legged poses aim to provide enough challenge to satisfy any desire for deep stretching, while simultaneously relaxing the body and refreshing the mind. The post Yoga for Your Dosha: A Refreshing Pitta Yoga Sequence appeared first on Yoga Journal.
Explore these meditative, grounding postures to ease tension, replenish juiciness, and invite lasting serenity. The post Yoga for Your Dosha: A Grounding Vata Yoga Sequence appeared first on Yoga Journal.
This North Carolina–based teacher and ?Instagram star is changing the perception ?of what a yogi looks like. The post How Jessamyn Stanley Is Erasing Yoga Stereotypes appeared first on Yoga Journal.
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Stop what you're doing and throw out your Soylent bars! On Wednesday, the nutritious start-up company announced that it's recalled the Food Bars and advised consumers to throw out their bars because they are making people very sick with...Show More Summary
Are you searching for a sense of peace, joy, and well-being? You won't find it in the outside world, spiritual teacher Sadhguru explains in his new book, Inner Engineering: A Yogi’s Guide to Joy. The post Inner Engineering: Sadhguru Explores the Nature of Joy appeared first on Yoga Journal.