Universal Yoga – The Practice of Unification

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What exactly does it mean when one practises yoga? In the modern day, this is generally understood as one of the following – a physical practice of asanas (postures), a complementary exercise to a fitness regime, a workout in itself, or a form of stretching – all of which bring great benefits to the physical body.
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The Yogi's Table: Breakfast Couscous

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Tasty, wholesome and so good for you – a bowl of this tropical couscous is perfect for a post-yoga breakfast.
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Destination Pick: Aleenta Phuket-Phang Nga Resort &

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Taking the time out to get away and breathe is an essential practice in maintaining balance. Like most yogis, I often find this break on my mat, but when time permits, I like to extend the timeout over a weekend away from the routines of home.
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The Yin and Yang of Yoga

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We have all seen the iconic yin and yang symbol, but few of us actually know what yin or yang means, especially in the context of our yoga practice. First, picture the symbol in your mind’s eye, and what you will notice is that there is a dot of white in the black, and a dot of black in the white.
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Yoga for Runners: Poses to Stretch it out Post-Run

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Sure, pounding the pavement is a great way to stay in shape, but with it comes a risk. As our feet hit the ground, the movement of running compacts and contracts the muscles, setting the stage for tight muscles, pain and even injury.
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