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Tapas: The Third Niyama

Children, and everyone else, will respect nothing, if they do not have to earn it. It is easily proven by the lack of appreciation, manners, and respect, we can observe everyday. Discipline in moderation, will enrich all aspects of society. Getting back to you and the value of Tapas - The true value of Tapas is the character building qualities of emotional, mental, and spiritual health. With those three aspects taken care of, we have better physical health. The habit of daily Tapas will carry over in your physical life by eating and exercising conscientiously.

Teaching Hatha Yoga: Cueing Insights for Yoga Teachers

By Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500 Have you ever heard a Yoga teacher cue without thinking? Did you ever wonder if cueing was actually covered in his or her Yoga teacher training? Let's take a look at some common mistakes Yoga teachers make when cueing. Most Yoga students retain information by actually performing a technique. Some [...]

Yoga FAQ (Frequently Asked Question)

By Megha Brahmankar What is Yoga? Is yoga a religion? Has it been "proved" that Yoga is good for you? What are the benefits of yoga? When should a patient take Yoga Treatment? Which are the diseases that can be cured by Yoga? How many styles of yoga are there? Will yoga help me to [...]

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