Vedic chanting has commanded great respect among yogis of the past and it is often considered one of the most important yoga practices.
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Atrial fibrillation (AF) is perhaps the most common heart rhythm disorder in the world. It affects approximately 240 000 Australians and it is also a risk factor for stroke.
Amy Weintraub outlines a study which shows in women with menstrual disorders and mild to moderate anxiety and depressive symptoms, yoga nidra significantly reduced their anxiety and depression.
As a Yoga Teacher or Yoga Therapist you will encounter students with a cancer history so you need to understand what the student is dealing with, and how to employ some fundamental cancer-safe practices.
Understanding the Ayurvedic Doshas and having the ability to identify Kapha, Pitta and Vata constitutions in others gives yoga teachers and yoga therapists insights into client issues and greater awareness of client reactions. Being aware of the different Dosha characteristics provides the ability to tailor classes and programs for enhanced client engagement.
Michael de Manincor, former President of Yoga Australia, speaks on his vision for Yoga Australia.
Rachel Kohn interviews Shakta Kaur, kundalini yoga teacher, Philip Stevens, neurophysiologist, yoga teacher and sleep scientist and Ayurvedic doctor, Ram Kumar
Simon Borg-Olivier suggests that the way you practice yoga and how you breathe has a direct impact on what you choose to eat.
Dr. Shaun Matthews outlines the central tenets of the Ayurvedic and Yogic approaches to living a full and satisfying life.
Amy Weintraub outlines a study which indicates that three yoga classes a week can help reduce irregular heartbeat by almost half and may help prevent stroke.