What does it mean to be thick or thin-skinned? Is it possible to exist in a way where both of these traits can simultaneously be in play? We exist in a landscape of extremes, where we are quick to separate the thick from the thin. The modern age, with all its astonishing revelations, also carries with it the burden of this divide. You know the types. Those with super thick skin shrug everything off, have uber immunity, act utterly unbothered, and are lacking in vulnerability when it comes to themselves and to others. Those with ultra thin skin lack resilience, have limitless fragility and very little immunity, are delicate to a fault, and take everything too personally.
Although the book was written and illustrated for children 4 to 8 years old, the delightful surprise about Watch Me... View Article
http://www.amazon.com/Watch-Me-Yoga-Bobby-Clennell/dp/1930485263/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1290812907&sr=1-1 Kids love the bright images in picture books, stories they can identify with, and rhymes they can remember. And... View Article
Head of the Knee Pose. Practice this pose to promote flexibility in the hip joints and relief from mental turmoil.... View Article
A yoga practice combined with diet and lifestyle changes can strengthen and harmonize digestion and elimination to heal and reduce... View Article
Sirsasana, headstand, counteracts tiredness, improves concentration and boosts self confidence.
Known as the half moon pose, this posture strengthens the legs and helps us develop poise and balance.
This is also known as the standing forward bend. Regular practice of this posture brings flexibility through the pelvis and spine.
From acclaimed film maker Lindsey Clennell comes Part 5 of his biographical film Addition, Recovery, and Yoga entitled Truth and Inspiration.
Side Stretch Pose: To develop strength and stamina, and tone the waist and stomach muscles, practice this asana. Medical Benefits:... View Article
Is particularly helpful when you feel rundown, burned out, or tired. It's a powerful tool that supports the healing process during and after an illness or injury.
An in depth interview with Ganga White, the author of Yoga Beyond Belief: Insights to Awaken and Deepen Your Practice.