Home
Yoga Directory
Asia Yoga Event
Holiday Retreats
Yoga in Asia News
Shopping
Daily Yoga Practice
Articles
Advertise with Us
About Us
Contact Us
Links
 
 
  Sign Up for Our News:
  Name :
  Email:
 
Information provided in www.yogainasia.com is solely for educational purposes only and should not and can not be used as a substitute for a consultation or visit with your family physician or other health care provider. Please read this important legal information.

Copyright © 2007.
All Rights Reserved.
ARTICLES  



Sonja Appel
 
Articles by Sonja Appel

Sanskrit Words And Phrases Most Used in Yoga Classes

By Sonja Appel
  Click here to view



Swami Muktidharma
Swami Muktidharma is a modern day Yogi, spiritual mentor and world recognized inspirational speaker and has spent the last 40 years dedicating his life to the internationally renowned system of Satyananda Yoga® . As a young man Swami Muktidharma began his spiritual journey in Colombia. After being inspired by Yoga and Tantra Master “Paramahamsa Satyananda” he moved to India and spent 16 years living directly with him, receiving training and experience in the depths of yoga and tantra.Click here for more information.


Articles by Swami Muktidharma

Yoga for the Mind

By Swami Muktidharma
  Click here to view



Articles by Jodi B. Komitor MA, RYT Next Generation Yoga

Kids Yoga Builds Bridges Between East and West

By Jodi B. Komitor MA, RYT Next Generation Yoga
  Click here to view



Articles by Amy Cleghorn

Yin Yoga Retreat in Bhutan

By Amy Cleghorn
  Click here to view



Jean Byrne
Jean is an Authorised Ashtanga Yoga teacher (AYRI, Mysore, India) and runs The Yoga Space in Perth Australia. As a Senior Member of the Yoga Teachers Association of Australia, she specialises in yoga for pregnancy, birth and beyond and trains pre & post-natal yoga instructors. Jean is completing a PhD exploring the intersection of women’s spirituality, non-duality and yoga and is co-editor of Yoga in the Modern World: Contemporary Perspectives (Routledge 2008).

Articles of Jean Byrne

Breathing for Two: Luce Irigaray and the practice of pregnancy yoga

By Jean Byrne

This is a guide for teachers. As yoga teachers it is not our role to give nutrition advice

  Click here to view



Article 1 -
Article 2 -
Article 3 -
Article 4 -
Article 5 -




Paul Grilley

Paul Grilley has been teaching Yoga since 1980 and his special interest is the teaching of Anatomy. He practices Yoga postures in the style of Paulie Zink and patterns his philosophy on the writings and researches of Dr. Hiroshi Motoyama - a Yogi and scientist from Tokyo, Japan. This philosophy integrates the Taoist Meridian and Acupuncture theories of China with the Yogic and Tantric theories of India. Paul lives in Ashland, Oregon with his wife Suzee. Click www.paulgrilley.com for more information.


Articles of Paul Grilley

Two Layers of Stretch

By Paul Grilley

When working a joint, you must decide on whether to work muscle or bone. You can strengthen the muscles that stabilize the joint or stretch the ligaments to increase range of motion.

  Click here to view



Article 1 -
Article 2 -
Article 3 -
Article 4 -
Article 5 -
Article 6 -
Article 7 -
Article 8 -
Article 9 -
Article 10 -
Article 11 -
Article 12 -
Article 13 -




David Frawley

Dr. David Frawley (Pandit Vamadeva Shastri) is the author of over twenty books and three courses on Vedic subjects including Ayurveda, Yoga and Vedic astrology that have been published worldwide over the last twenty years. He is the director of the American Institute of Vedic Studies in Santa Fe USA and also teaches in Europe and India. For more information, his website is www.vedanet.com.


Articles of David Frawley

Yoga and the Sacred Fire: Self-Realization and Planetary Transformation

By David Frawley

Yoga as a spiritual discipline first arose through the contemplation of world of nature, not merely as an external force but as a power of consciousness. The main principle behind all yogic thought is that the entire universe dwells within our own hearts and that in our true Self we are one with all beings. Intelligence is not merely a human phenomenon but is inherent in all existence that is one with consciousness. It is the very basis of existence.

  Click here to view



Article 1 -
Article 2 -
Article 3 -
Article 4 -
Article 5 -
Article 6 -
Article 7 -



Max Strom

Max Strom is known for inspiring and impacting the lives of his students, teaching with the aim of personal transformation and has become one of the most revered Teachers of yoga in the US. Former owner and director of Sacred Movement Yoga in Los Angeles, Max taught over 400 dedicated students a week. Many teachers have cited Max Strom as a most important influence in their teaching and yoga life. He now travels extensively to teach and lecture on yoga and spirituality as well as training teachers. He is recognized by the Yoga Alliance at their Advanced Teacher Level (ERYT). You can see more of his work on his DVD, Max Strom Yoga – Strength, Grace, and Healing. www.maxstrom.com


Articles of Max Strom

Cultivating Depth Perception

By Max Strom

My assistant commented on a subtle point regarding the student’s position and was wondering if she should go over and adjust her. I respected the fact that my assistant saw this, had a question, and came to me first, but what she missed in her assessment was important; she had not used her ”depth perception.” I whispered to her to look at the student again, more carefully, and tell me what she saw. My assistant looked at the woman again, and then turned back with a quizzical face, not understanding. I whispered, “You see how her face is buried in her towel? She’s crying. She’s not mopping sweat off her face, she’s in tears. She’s having an emotional release. My suggestion is we leave her be.”

  Click here to view



Article 1 -
Article 2 -
Article 3 -
Article 4 -
 



Victor Chng

Victor met Paul Grilley, the founder of Yin Yoga, in 2004 Dec and has completed a teacher training with Paul on Yin Yoga and Anatomy for Yoga. He continues to study with Paul and Sarah Power on a residential yoga teacher training program at San Francisco in Feb 2007. Victor is greatly indebted to his teachers for giving him permission to teach Yin Yoga and to continue exploring this path with his own intuitive knowledge. Since 2005, Victor has been teaching Yin Yoga in Singapore, Thailand Malaysia and China. You may contact Victor at 65 98260088 or email info@yogainasia.com.

 
Articles of Victor Chng

Role of Asana & the Three Bodies

By Victor Chng

When yogis look at the body, it goes beyond the physical body. The body includes the physical body, the astral body and casual body. The physical body requires food, water and air to survive. The astral body holds all our emotions while the casual body house our true nature. The causal body cause one to questions on the nature of his own existence, the astral generates the emotion for action and the physical carries out the action driven by astral’s emotions and motivation.

  Click here to view



Article 1 -
Article 2 -
Article 3 -


 
Articles of Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev

The 7 Chakras and Their Significance to Your Life

By Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev

We have reached a significant moment in the history of humanity. For the first time, we have the necessary capability, technology and resources to address almost every fundamental problem on this planet, including concerns about nourishment, health,education and the environment. Never before was this possible. Everything is in place and the only thing missing is human willingness to make it happen. For this to take place, a certain inclusive consciousness is needed. Raising human consciousness in the world is the most important thing that needs to happen right now.

  Click here to view



Article 1 -
Article 2 -
Article 3 -
Article 4 -