Tag Archives: Beginners Yoga

Eight Reasons to Discover Chair Yoga. Some are not what you think. Video Included 


Chair yoga is yoga. This article offers 8 reasons you, yes you, might now or someday incorporate chair yoga into your…

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Stress Management and Yoga: Four Healthy Tools for your Life


You can make a difference-now-in the quality of your health by managing chronic stress. Research about the unhealthy repercussions of our…

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Everyday Yoga for Tight and Weak Hamstrings


Your Hamstrings: Know them, Love them Three muscles comprise the hamstrings, and their primary work is to flex (bend) the…

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Easy Core Yoga Practices: Three More


In this oft-visited post about my hip and lower back “weak link”, I share go-to core yoga practices that are generally…

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Yoga for the Toes: Another Key for Balance


Yoga practitioners typically remove their shoes and socks prior to class, experiencing yoga postures barefoot on the sticky mat without…

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The Yoga of Self-Talk: Watch your MOANS


Most of us are quite aware of the power of words. From advertising (Just Do It), internet vitriol, to the positive…

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Yoga Hands: Mudra Magic for All


Mudras are beautiful. Mudra means “seal”. These hand (and sometimes whole body)positions are used to energetically and symbolically connect body/mind consciousness…

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Flexibility, Relaxation, Accessibility: Seven Ways to Practice Yoga Leg Stretch


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A cornerstone pose of every class I teach and my own practice, is reclined leg stretch. Its Sanskrit name is Supta Padangusthasana. Supta…

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Yoga is Therapy: Q and A with Jaimie Perkunas


It takes passion and courage as well as a great deal of time commitment to start and sustain one’s own business.…

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Your Breath in 3D-Readily available stress management yoga practice!


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My first introduction to healthy, yogic breathing came from my beloved mentor Jamie. As Jamie’s counseling apprentice, I co-taught a…

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