Dr Craig Hassed explains his ESSENCE of health program
Judith Lasater gives her interpretation of what asana is and its importance
People with eating disorders often have a fragmented sense of self where the body and mind are perceived as two separate, conflicting entities. Psychologist and yoga teacher Janet Lowndes helps clients to mindfully inhabit their bodies.
Just as not that many years ago it was unclear who could genuinely be regarded as a Yoga teacher or what constituted the guidelines for becoming recognised as a Yoga teacher, the Yoga community is once again in a position of needing to provide clarity, but this time in relation to what Yoga therapy is and who can genuinely be regarded as a Yoga therapist.
The sister sciences of Yoga and Ayurveda, India’s traditional system of healing, have much to offer modern medicine in how it goes about treating cancer.
Annette Loudon taught Yoga to people with physical disabilities for many years. Her account of her DARTS class is inspiring and deeply touching
Internationally acclaimed Yoga teacher, Judith Hanson Lasater, describes what she feels are the most important guidelines for Yoga teachers.
Sal Flynn bridges two worlds. As a counsellor trained in the Western tradition, she uses yogic understanding and mindfulness practices to support her clients, as well as supporting her own self-care.
Yoga therapist and psychologist, Michael de Manincor, writes about the benefits of being conscious about how we breathe
Judith Lasater explains breathing practices known as pranayama. She describes the benefits as well as the physiology of pranayama.