Arquivo do mês: outubro 2015

Proof of the Effectiveness of Yoga for Incontinence

by RamUrinary incontinence (UI) is loss of bladder control and is more commonly seen in aged people. While it is a problem in both genders, women experience UI twice as often as men. Men leak urine, too, but the problem is more common in women. Leakages happen when women exercise, laugh hard, cough, sneeze, or…

http://yogaforhealthyaging.blogspot.com/2015/10/proof-of-effectiveness-of-yoga-for.html

Āsanas de Outubro: Utthita Trikoṇāsana & Ardha Chandrāsana

Meia lua nascente no triânguloUtthita Trikoṇāsana no cavaloArdha Candrāsana no cavaloUtthita TrikoṇāsanaUtthita significa estendido.Trikona, triângulo.A postura do triângulo estendido vem classificada no “Light on Yoga” de BKS Iyengar com o grau de intensidade 3. É a terceira postura do livro, atrás apenas de Tāḍāsana e Vṛkṣāsana. Apesar de ser uma postura básica e uma das…

http://daninaestrada.blogspot.com/2015/10/asanas-de-outubro-utthita-trikonasana.html

Passo a Passo Parivritta Janu Sirsasana

A sequência descrita a baixo foi dada pela professora sênior Maria de Jesus em um workshop realizado em São Paulo dia 30 de setembro de 2015. Embora a sequência tenha sido dada por ela é importante ressaltar que o texto a baixo é, inevitavelmente, um relato do workshop. Trabalhe sempre com um professor experiente. Yogamudra…

http://www.iyengaryogasaopaulo.com.br/passo-a-passo-parivritta-janu-sirsasana/

Vimanasana

https://inchwormyoga.wordpress.com/2015/10/29/vimanasana/

How Yoga Acts as a Diagnostic Tool for Your Body and Mind

These days you may often hear yoga recommended as a solution for whatever bodily concerns you might have. Issues like lower back and knee problems, insomnia, high blood pressure, nervous tension, and stress—try yoga. We have all heard it before. Most people assume yoga is a good stretch, a supplement to their existing workout schedule,…

http://yoganonymous.com/how-yoga-acts-as-a-diagnostic-tool-for-your-body-and-mind

A 7-Step Formula For Facing Your Fears (PS: You don’t have to be fearless!)

The idea of being fearless—on or off the yoga mat—doesn’t resonate with me. Neither does the notion of conquering my fears. I understand and appreciate these concepts, but they don’t feel realistic. I’d rather change the narrative to this: Instead of trying to live a “fearless” life, I’m trying to live a life where I…

http://www.jasonyoga.com/2015/10/30/fear/

Friday Q&A: The Safety of Headstand (Sirsasana)

Q: There is a lot of controversy these days about the safety of Headstand. What is your opinion about its safety?A: Just recently, I read an article by Grace Bullock, Ph.D., E-RYT 500, Headstand and Neck Safety in Yoga: What You Need to Know about a recent study Sirsasana (headstand) technique alters head/neck loading:Considerations for Safety…

http://yogaforhealthyaging.blogspot.com/2015/10/friday-q-safety-of-headstand-sirsasana.html