Archives: 2009

Date:

October 2, 2009

Topics:

Philosophy, Yoga Therapy

Ida and Pingala

Right and Left sides of the body I remember my first private client.  It is almost time to start thinking of graduating from my 500 hour advanced teacher training, and a paper is part of the process, and my thoughts turn to Alex.  He was born with a congenital condition, called Glutathione Synthtase Deficiency, which affects the central nervous system in a way similar to cerebral palsy.  The deficiency causes severe metabolic acidosis.  The body becomes so acidi...

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Date:

September 25, 2009

Topics:

Philosophy, Yoga Theory

Creativity and Yoga

Yoga as the Ultimate Creative State of Consciousness By Anna Mikheeva “Yogas Citta Vritti Nirodah” 1.2. Yoga Sutras of Patanjali Yoga is a state of consciousness, where the unnecessary and self-limiting thoughts fade away, and the person enters a state of union with and surrender to a higher force.  I would like to argue in the next few pages that it is a spontaneous state that arises when the conditions are ripe, however even if the conditions are ripe, the sta...

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Anna Mikheeva has been practicing Yoga for eighteen years and holds a 700-hour Advanced Yoga Teacher Certification.  As a member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists and a Yoga Alliance Registered teacher at the 500 level, her goal is to help her students discover the joy of every movement and breath.

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