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Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009
11:50 am - california yoga and music lovers

xvalderie

 
This weekend there's an awesome gathering taking place in Lake Tahoe, California called the Wanderlust Festival. The worlds top yoga teachers will be in attendance, along with some sweet indie/rock and roll bands. Reconnect with nature and music.

Interested? Go to their website http://www.wanderlustfestival.com/ to see which yogies and bands will be there, how to get tickets and more!

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Monday, July 20th, 2009
12:45 pm - Workshops on Stress & weight management the Yoga Way

yogainstitute
This weekend I am going to attend a workshop on Stress Management & Weight Management the yoga way which includes practices such as Asanas, Pranayama, Kriyas, Relaxation Techniques, Diet plan for stress & weight management specifically, Games & Recreation to destress as well as Interactive sessions with Experts & Dr. Jayadeva & Hansaji the senior authorities of The Yoga Institute.

This is definitely got to help in some ways. As we are quite aware of all these problems but do nothing to resolve them.



current mood: accomplished

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Tuesday, July 7th, 2009
12:23 pm - Importance of Laya Yoga

yogainstitute
The term laya means dissolution, melting of all karmic conditioning and limitations that have accrued as result of various occurrences and incidents which took place in the course of one's entire lifetime. Laya Yoga is a practical art of meditation and contemplation based on the ancient knowledge relating to chakras (energy centres).
The succession line, i.e. the spiritual tradition from which Laya Yoga originated, is also called Himavanti, or, in more accurate terms, Himavanti Confraternity Brotherhood (HCB). The seven-stage path (marga) of spiritual growth that causes one to dissolve in an infinite grace of the ocean of compassion of the highest God is a basis for the entire spirituality represented by successions of Gurus (Spiritual Leaders), who in turn pass on one of the most ancient and esoteric forms of Yoga teaching. Traditionally, in the lead of the entire transmission line as well as its forms appear: Guru Shiva (The Merciful One), more familiar in his numerous emanations as the Venerable Father, Babaji, and his spouse, known as Devi Parvati (Daughter of the Mountain, i.e. the venerable Mahatma Himavant). Acharyas: those ordained in the process of spiritual transmission to play the part of messengers or apostles of the succession line belonging the Vedic Laya Yoga, constitute the groundwork of yoga teachings.
Laya is a process of gradual absorption of basic energies that generate our material form so that Consciousness (Chittam) becomes released (liberated, redeemed) from all phenomena that are not spiritual, or where the divine enlightening power of Pure Spirit is concealed inside.




current mood: accomplished

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Tuesday, November 28th, 2006
10:47 am - jala and sutra neti

djquestion
I've been performing jala neti using a Water Pik with a nasal attachment for several years.  I've been using primarily the stage one irrigation, but I'm curious about going to stage 2, as I find that I experience congestion in the back of my sinuses that jala neti is unable to get.  I'm curious if anyone can make any recommendations to websites, or maybe practioners in my area that could instruct me in stage 2 jala neti?  And does anyone know where I can find string or tubing suitable for sutra neti?

Any help would be much appreciated!  Thank you!

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Sunday, April 16th, 2006
6:50 pm - Hi, I'm new here

pellazthetigron
Hi, I'm new to this community, but not that new to yoga.
I've been doing it for a couple years now.
I just have a question that I'd like to surface with more
experienced yogis. . .
I've heard about the growing cardio workout of Yoga Dance.
I've even seen some dvds on it. I was just wondering if I
did that, would it ruin my yoga practice, or take away
the ancient wisdom it gives to me?
Yoga Dance seems a little new age. Is it? Can anyone please
help me? Thank you.

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Sunday, August 21st, 2005
12:35 am

ruthlilycat
Promo for a new yoga comm!


integral_yoga


For followers of Integral Yoga, or for people interested in that style of yoga. You don't need to be a devotee of Swami Satchidinanda, just interested in yoga. Come with questions about the technique if you wish. Also people interested in Sivananda Yoga are also especially welcome. All are welcome to join but the focus is on Integral Yoga style of yoga.

Namaste

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Saturday, July 23rd, 2005
9:52 pm

sylvanna
Ooh, lots of us here, eh? I'll give it a bit longer.

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Saturday, July 9th, 2005
12:40 pm - Yogivation

sylvanna
Well, hello. I enjoy yoga for health and recreational purposes, but have no one to do it with me. I was part of a postnatal yoga class where I could take my baby, but she is getting too active for it now. I need to save money and I don't put my daughter in daycare, so I can't join another class. I like to do it in my back yard, but it's hard to get into the habit of just getting out there and doing it. I'm hoping that by reading the posts here, I'll feel more involved in a yoga 'group' and will be more likely to practice it more often. Happy posting. Chop, chop.

Bee-yoo-tiful picture, by the way. Do you know where it is?

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