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HAŢHA YOGA

In FEATURES by Dr James MALLINSON0 Comments

James Mallinson is a scholar of the texts and practices of traditional yoga and yogis in India and an Associate at the Oriental Institute, Oxford University. Published in Nāmarūpa with …

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YOGA & MENSTRUATING

In TEACHING by Linda DELL'OMO1 Comment

What advice would you give to any students who are menstruating regarding doing inversions? I found a passage I really liked in one of the articles I read about the …

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TEACHING YOGA IN SPORT

In COMMUNITY by Sarah RAMSDEN (SYT)0 Comments

By Sarah Ramsden I teach yoga in sport and to athletes. I’ve worked at Manchester City and Manchester United Football Clubs for 10 years now and with individual footballers from …

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UNDERSTANDING OUR MIND

In PHILOSOPHY by Yogachariya JNANDEV0 Comments

If you can cultivate a deepened interest in Yogic Philosophy, you begin to appreciate how an ancient guidance and understanding through our inner and outer worlds is just at your …

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YOGA AS THERAPY

In THERAPY by Chris NORRIS (Affiliate)0 Comments

Yoga is said to have been part of Indian spiritual practice for 3000 years, but over the last 10 years we have seen a rapid grown in yoga classes in …

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MONEY’S TOO TIGHT…

In BUSINESS by Bruce MACKAY (SYT)0 Comments

Organising yoga classes is challenging – managing a yoga studio is bloody hard work! Some would say for very little financial return. So before we delve into the murky world …