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Especialista vem ao Brasil ministrar Iyengar Yoga para Depressão 

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Memory, Consciousness, and Coma

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Evolving Ideas about Yoga for Healthy Aging — YOGA FOR HEALTHY AGING

by BaxterThe Cultivation of Ideas by Rene Magritte*As I approach teaching my sixth Yoga for Healthy Aging Intensive this July 2018, I thought it would be useful to reflect on how my ideas about teaching Yoga for Healthy Aging have evolved since we began teaching this course.Let me begin by saying that the core content…

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Matsyasana: Supported Fish Pose — The Hugger Mugger Yoga Blog

Matsyasana: Supported Fish Pose My fourth grade teacher, Miss Hazen, loved to travel. She had visited what seemed like every single state in the U.S. As she taught us about all the states and their capitals, she told us little tidbits about each state she’d gleaned from her travels. One of these little morsels struck…

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Hakone, Japan. DEC 2 – 5. 2017. — Bobby Clennell

© 2018 Bobby Clennell.

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Utthita Parsvakonasana: Extended Side Angle Pose — The Hugger Mugger Yoga Blog

Utthita Parsvakonasana: Extended Side Angle Pose Wide-legged standing poses—think Triangle and the Warrior poses—are the foundation to a balanced yoga practice. They cultivate strength, stability, balance, flexibility and expansion, all at once. Standing poses strengthen the legs and the core, and nurture the back. In the process, they encourage expansion, making them a great antidote…

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Sūtra III.12 – Chapter III, Sūtra 12 — weeklysutra

ततः पुनः शान्तोदितौ तुल्यप्रत्ययौ चित्तस्यैकाग्रतापरिणामः I tataḥ punaḥ śānta-uditau tulya-pratyayau cittasya-ekāgratā-pariṇāmaḥ Then (tataḥ), the single-focused mind (cittasya-ekāgratā) transforms (pariṇāmaḥ) again, when its now calm (śānta) impressions (pratyayau) merge into a continuous (tulya) state. PRACTICAL LIVING As the mind gradually moves from distraction to a single-pointed focus, something else occurs: the calm state of one-pointed […]

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