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Archive for November, 2013

Yoga in the Office

Prashanti Laxmi Nov 28, 2013 at 10:56 PM PST

De-stress yourself at your workplace with yoga

Doing yoga in the office can be fun, innovative and relaxing with many long term benefits. Prolonged work on the computer strains the neck, shoulder and back muscles, which leads to tension and stiffness. Unless attended to properly, it could impact your ability …

Yoga and the Breath

Prashanti Laxmi Nov 15, 2013 at 10:44 PM PST

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The first act of life – breathing. The last act of life – breathing.

Everything else lies somewhere in the middle but seems to assume utmost importance in our life. And this key element called breath, driving our very life journey, how often do …

Snow Yoga – Shovel Snow with Yoga

Prashanti Laxmi Nov 12, 2013 at 11:01 PM PST

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The yoga principles that you apply on the yoga mat can be applied off it too, even while doing simple routine tasks (see housework yoga). Ever thought you could …

Enrich Family Time with Yoga

Prashanti Laxmi Nov 12, 2013 at 10:26 PM PST

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Sunset is a daily party time in my house. I can see you getting green, but some people have all the luck, you see! When the …

Yoga at Home

Prashanti Laxmi Nov 3, 2013 at 11:16 PM PST

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9 tips to practice yoga at home

Daily yoga practice at home can help you stay healthy, more productive, calm and happy all day. Besides, these benefits are not just for you to enjoy. Doing these practices at home …

Four Types of People

Prashanti Laxmi Nov 3, 2013 at 10:40 PM PST

Patanjali Yoga Sutras – Knowledge Sheet 28

“Maitrikaruna muditopekshanam sukhadukhapunyapunyavishayanam bhavanataschitta prasadanam”

maitri = friendliness; karuna = compassion; mudita = happiness; upeksha = indifference; sukha = happiness; dukha = misery; punyaha = virtue; apunya = vice; vishayanam = regarding; bhavanataha = by constant practice;  chitta = mind; prasadanam = pleasant

“By practicing the …