How Yoga Works

Author : Geshe Michael Roach
ISBN : 0976546906
Genre : Health & Fitness
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The secrets of how yoga works to make us truly whole are revealed here in a delightful story based on how these precious teachings reached Tibet form their home in India, over a thousand years ago.
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How Yoga Works

Author : Gesha Michael Roach
ISBN : 1937114082
Genre : Religion
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Everyone knows that The Yoga Sutra is the ultimate source of all yoga. What you may not realize is that this ancient book also contains all the secrets you need to know in order to heal both your body and your heart; to overcome any kind of illness or unhappiness, and reach a place of splendid health, strength, and peace. The secrets of how yoga really works to make us truly whole are revealted here in a delightful story based on how these precious teachings reached Tibet from otheir home in India, over a thousand years ago. The author has spent many years in Tibetan monasteries, trained by some of the last great Lamas of Old Tibet, to read and practice the original ancient manuscripts about how yoga works. This specials edition includes a deluxe cover with five-color process and gold foil stamping, as well as special interior paper stock to enrich the reading experience. Even if you already have a copy of the existing trade paperback edition, this edition is suitable for that special place on your library shelf.
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How Yoga Works

Author : Geshe Michael Roach
ISBN : 1574671057
Genre : Health & Fitness
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The secrets of how yoga really works are revealed here in a delightful story based on the teachings from India to Tibet.
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How Yoga Works

Author : Eleanor Criswell
ISBN : 0918236045
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Ganja Yoga

Author : Dee Dussault
ISBN : 9781781809907
Genre : Health & Fitness
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The Science Of Yoga

Author : William J Broad
ISBN : 9781451641424
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Examines the health claims of modern yoga, drawing on scientific and cultural research to offer advice on how to recognize authentic yoga practice and gain actual benefits.
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Yoga And Multiple Sclerosis

Author : Loren M. Fishman, MD
ISBN : 9781934559833
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Yoga for people with multiple sclerosis? Absolutely! Today, people with a wide range of medical problems use yoga successfully. Because of its emphasis on relaxation, breathing, and deliberate movement, it can be especially beneficial for individuals dealing with a neurologic disease like multiple sclerosis. Yoga and Multiple Sclerosis, coauthored by Dr. Loren Martin Fishman and Eric Small, a yoga teacher who first embraced these techniques as a way to manage his own symptoms of multiple sclerosis, is a comprehensive guide to applying the principles of yoga to the management of MS. The first section is a straightforward but gentle introduction to yoga - a therapeutic approach to the practice itself. The second part is functionally oriented. Different yoga poses that work toward a common goal, such as combating fatigue, reducing spasticity, and increasing range of motion, are included and illustrated. This user-friendly guide Describes how yoga works Includes photographs and descriptions of each pose Explains effects, advantages, and contraindications Contains starter poses that will help the uninitiated or physically challenged to gently achieve a posture Yoga and Multiple Sclerosis: A Journey to Health and Healing is an excellent guidebook and tool for people with MS, people who undertake yoga on their own, and for all members of the medical and yoga communities.
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Yoga As Medicine

Author : Yoga Journal
ISBN : 0553903942
Genre : Health & Fitness
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The definitive book of yoga therapy, this groundbreaking work comes to you from the medical editor of the country’s premier yoga magazine, who is both a practicing yogi and a Western-trained physician. Beginning with an overview of the history and science of yoga, Dr. McCall describes the many different techniques in the yoga tool kit; explains what yoga does and who can benefit from it (virtually everyone!); and provides lavishly illustrated and minutely detailed instructions on starting a yoga practice geared to your fitness level and your health status. Yoga as Medicine offers a wealth of practical information, including how to: •Utilize yogic tools, including postures, breathing techniques, and meditation, for both prevention and healing of illness •Master the art of becoming more in tune with your body •Communicate more effectively with your doctor •Adopt therapeutic yoga practices as either an alternative or a complement to surgery and to expensive, sometimes dangerous medications •Practice safely Find an instructor and a style of yoga that are right for you. With twenty chapters devoted to the work of individual master teachers, including such well-known figures as Patricia Walden, John Friend, and Rodney Yee, Yoga as Medicine shows how these experts have applied the wisdom of this ancient holistic practice to twenty different conditions, ranging from arthritis to chronic fatigue, depression, heart disease, HIV/AIDS, infertility, insomnia, multiple sclerosis, and obesity. Defining yoga as “a systematic technology to improve the body, understand the mind, and free the spirit,“ Dr. McCall shows the way to a path that can truly alter your life. An indispensable guide for the millions who now practice yoga or would like to begin, as well as for yoga teachers, body workers, doctors, nurses, and other health professionals. From the Trade Paperback edition.
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Play It Forward

Author : Joan Barnes
ISBN : 1572841907
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Play It Forward details the remarkable business journey of Joan Barnes, from founding and leading Gymboree to the brink of its prosperous IPO, to the personal crisis that forced her to step down as CEO, to her successful second act as the founder of an innovative yoga business. The Joan Barnes story is one of female entrepreneurial success. Barnes built an innovative, billion-dollar household brand starting with $3,000 and working in a church basement. The book reveals how she grew her company through a groundbreaking franchise-model expansion, how her operational strategy focused on creating business opportunities for women, and how Gymboree eventually became a powerful international business network, one that blazed the trail for a new industry: activity-based classes for pre-preschool children. But this dramatic entrepreneurial memoir is also a cautionary tale and a story of redemption. When the Gymboree initial public offering yielded a stock price boost of 58 percent on the first day of trading, Barnes was nowhere near Wall Street. She had stepped down from the company two years earlier because the stress of building the business fueled a deep-seated eating disorder that threatened to destroy everything she worked so hard to build. Through the course of this extraordinary story, Barnes overcomes great obstacles, both personal and professional. The courage she used to confront her disorder provides readers with a model for overcoming their own demons to achieve a sense of worth, inclusion, and hope. Her ability to later resume her business career on healthier terms and to find a different dimension of success is an inspiring example of how midcareer women can triumph through reinvention. Published to coincide with Gymboree's 40th anniversary, Play It Forward is a memoir that offers readers a refreshing perspective on the ongoing national conversation about work-life balance, from a woman who built her business with balance at its heart. The stories of successful women in business are perennially underreported. As women increase their numbers and influence in the business world--including in executive suites--there is more need than ever for the stories of role models who, like Barnes, understand the complexity and diversity of women's paths to success.
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The Tibetan Book Of Yoga

Author : Geshe Michael Roach
ISBN : 9780307552310
Genre : Religion
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Yoga came to Tibet from India more than a thousand years ago, and it was quickly absorbed into the culture's rich traditions. In this small book readers will discover Heart Yoga, which developed over the centuries in the Gelukpa tradition of the Dalai Lamas. The program presented here combines popular yoga exercises wtih special Tibetan poses, and methods of working from the inside to give a healthy and a happy heart. Roach discovered a number of previously unknown Tibetan works on yoga in the course of his ongoing efforts to find and preserve ancient Tibetan Buddhist texts. He discusses the ideas and insights presented in these texts and places them within the context of the Buddhist tradition. To help readers incorporate this ancient wisdom in their daily lives, he provides a specific regime of yoga postures and meditations. Combining instructive illustrations with the unique philosophical underpinnings of the Buddhist approach, Geshe Roach has created a unique program for yoga on a physical and spiritual level. From the Hardcover edition.
Category: Religion