Category: Fitness & Sports

New Release: Lifelong Yoga

About the Book Yoga offers vital tools for healthy aging: strength, flexibility, balance, and peace of mind. In this one-of-a-kind book, Sage Rountree and Alexandra DeSiato describe the poses and routines that can help keep people of any age fit and injury free. In addition to demonstrating simple ways to maintain and even increase our …continue

How Smart Yoga Changed My Practice

When I became the project editor for Smart Yoga, I was in a yoga teacher-training program, and I had been practicing yoga daily for five years. After reading Smart Yoga, my initial response was a sense of despair. I’ve been doing everything wrong! I thought. This pose is dangerous. That adjustment is incorrect. But once the initial …continue

New Release: Smart Yoga

David Moore draws on thirty years of teaching to bring fresh and practical insights into how the Alexander Technique can contribute to a safer and more effective yoga practice. With a wealth of illustrations that support the clear, precise explanations, this book offers comprehensive advice in modifying a yoga practice to take into account the …continue

The Martial Arts as a Spiritual Pursuit (Part Two)

Guest Post by Walther G. von Krenner and Ken Jeremiah The following is the second segment of a two-part series by Walther G. von Krenner and Ken Jeremiah who, along with Damon Apodaca, co-authored the book Aikido Ground Fighting: Grappling and Submission Techniques. You can read part one here.    The Martial Arts as a Spiritual Pursuit (Part …continue

The Martial Arts as a Spiritual Pursuit (Part One)

Guest Post by Walther G. von Krenner and Ken Jeremiah The following is the first segment of a two-part series by Walther G. von Krenner and Ken Jeremiah who, along with Damon Apodaca, co-authored the book Aikido Ground Fighting: Grappling and Submission Techniques.   The Martial Arts as a Spiritual Pursuit (Part One) People turn to the …continue

Mark Stephens’ Top 10 Yoga Tips

  There is a wide world of yoga arising from many different streams of thought and practice; be wary of the idea that it’s just this or that. Yoga should feel good, especially the next day. It’s not about force but exploration, appreciation, acceptance, and openness to gradual change. This is santosa, or contentment. Breathing …continue

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