Monthly Archives: July 2014

Postpartum Meditation: Does It Exist?

Well-meaning friends, acquaintances and even strangers are quick to give all kinds of advice to a new mother. Before she knows it, a new mother is likely to be given the following advice from a variety of people. “When the … Continue reading

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The Healing Power of Nature

In May of 2014, my husband, Gyandev, and I went for a week-long vacation in Sedona, Arizona, which is known for its majestic red mountains and many great hiking trails. It was interesting to watch how the mind gradually relaxes … Continue reading

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Teaching Yoga to Seniors & People with Osteoporosis

A Report from the Trenches by Susan Hayes, E-RYT 500, Mountain Top Yoga, Auburn, CA For fifteen years, I’ve been teaching yoga. In December of 2012, I did something that changed the direction of my yoga teaching in a very … Continue reading

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Prenatal Yoga Tips on Meditation

Anyone can receive many benefits from meditation during pregnancy, and all of those benefits—calmness, communion, centeredness and more—are especially important at this special time in life. Meditation practice can help you get through, not only the challenges of pregnancy, but … Continue reading

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