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Hello. My name is Cheryl and I am a control freak. Well, at least I used to be. I love making lists; my life was under my complete control. Every vacation I take is perfectly planned with my amazingly detailed spreadsheets with several tabs detailing
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“By recognising that fear is part of the experience of moving forward, fear can slide into the back seat and you take that journey that you have been wishing to!” This sentence is the ending to an article that I have just read online. How
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The end of one journey begets the beginning of another odyssey; learning to teach vis a vis teaching to learn. Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response unlike our reactions, li
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The Chakra topic led me to a time in my early twenties where I was hurt deeply by a loved one. It took me a long period to heal from the pain and a longer time to deal with the grief. Nobody seems to be trustworthy enough for me to crawl out from my
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I was on cloud nine when I finally accomplished the Salamba Sirsasana (Supported Headstand) after many failed attempts that resulted in landing my face flat on the floor, and bruised knees. It was practiced at home and I managed to hold the pose for
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Most people, myself included, know yoga through the physical practice part, namely the Asana. However, they should be integrated with regular breathing (Pranayama), recognizing the body’s limits and not pushing beyond (Ahimsa), free from mind chatt
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No, there isn’t really such a thing, even though the Chinese concept of chi and meridian points is conceptually similar to prana and chakras. Some of us however may feel sluggish after feasting on all those goodies and could do with a bit of Manipu
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Two years ago, I attended an intensive yoga workshop that involved at least 3.5 hours of daily practice over 3 days. I found myself having to deal with a pain in the butt for the next couple of weeks, literally, at the back of my right leg, just at t
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Dhyana, the seventh of Patanjali’s eight limbs of yoga, is the Sanskrit word for meditation or an unbroken concentration of the mind towards a point of focus. In yoga, however, Dhyana has the greater objective of leading one to enlightenment, by al
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Yoga has being associated with one of the best exercises for back pain. When I told my husband that I had back pain after practicing yoga he was really surprise. As a yoga student I was not aware of the limits of my body and I pushed myself too much
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In the practice of yoga before I just focus on asana, because I do not know more about pranayama, but after I learned in the TTC at Tirisula I know about the various types of breathing. As Ujjayi, Mula Bandha, Bestika, Brahmary. In the past I only kn
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The endocrine system regulates the hormones that are directly released into the blood stream and carried to the cells. It consists of a collection of glands that helps to maintain the body’s homeostasis (balance). The functions of the endocrine gla
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If you like Asanas you would also like Ujjayi, why because they relate 🙂 Ujjayi is an ancient yogic breathing technique that helps calm thought and body. Generally translated as “breath of victory”. The victory is a victory unification
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One incident that stopped me from practicing yoga for almost a year was a wrist injury which occured when I was trying to do Crow Pose. At first, I think I jammed my left wrist by putting too much weights on it when it is in the wrong position. This
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before coming to this course, I merely know about the whole philosophy behind Yoga. What we could learn in the usual 1-hour class was only asana, and no yoga teacher would spend time on teaching us the philosophy. in a more simple way, the philosophy

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