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~Janel Hooper~ Studio Yoga Student since Nov 2010 What has been the most unexpected thing that new motherhood has brought you (or that baby has brought you)? The most unexpected thing that this new baby has shown me is my hearts capacity to love.  The love I have for my family is truly Read More

Iyengar Yoga Props and How to Use Them

admin March 28, 2017 0 comments 0

The props described can be bought on-line from our store, Tools for Yoga or by calling us at 973-966-5311. When you practice with props, use them in a way that is the most suitable for you. Below are some basic guidelines, but the most important point is that you should feel comfortable and relaxed when Read More

Spotlight on Practice – A Women’s Practice

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Menstruation Sequence This is an asana sequence for menstruating women or for those who want a quiet practice. The poses should be done in the order given. Hold each posture for the timings indicated in the parentheses. The most important element in this practice is to work calmly and quietly, without straining in the poses. Read More

Menstruation Sequence at RIMYI

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By Geeta S. Iyengar Q.1.: Which are the asanas and pranayama one should do safely during the menstruation? From DAY ONE of the menstruation begins until the menstruation ends, which may take four to seven days, one should stick to the practice of those asanas that help women keep herself healthy and that do not Read More

Spotlight on Practice – Salamba Sarvangasana

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Inversions are an important aspect of asana practice. One of the most well known inversions is Salamba Sarvangasana or Supported Shoulderstand. BKS Iyengar calls “Sarvangasana is the mother of all asanas. As a mother strives for harmony and happiness in the home so this asana strives for the harmony and happiness of the human Read More

Relax and Renew: Restful Yoga for Stressful Times

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by Judith Hanson Lasater Experience the rest of your life with restorative yoga, the supported poses and breathing practices that will help you heal the effects of chronic stress. In Relax and Renew, the first book exclusively devoted to this work, you’ll find in-depth guidance in Basic Relaxation Pose (Savasana), the heart of restorative practice, Read More

Spotlight on Practice Surya Namaskar

admin March 2, 2017 0 comments 0

Mira Mehta states “jumpings are exhilarating and enjoyable. They develop speed, alertness, and stamina…Surya Namaskar, where blood is diffused in the solar plexus … stimulates the abdominal organs and gives energy.” In Yoga the Iyengar Way see pages 145 to 148 for more information. For guidence on how to do Surya Namaskar: Pose of the Read More