Baron Baptistes instructional yoga dvd’s and videos are an amazing resource for unlocking the potential of your body. He has released videos for the practice of yoga at virtually any proficiency level, from absolute beginner to a tantric master. This video is specialized for those who wish to incorporate yogic asanas with their meditational practice. [...]Read Full Article
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Michael Stone answers questions about yoga, buddhism and life. Some mis-conceptions of the practice and new ways of thinking about serving ourselves, families and communities. He also offers some suggestions to using yoga as a practice of awakening ourselves to our lives.Read Full Article
Mooladhara color – deep red force – masculine meaning – root trigger – perineum (men), back of cervix (women) element – earth sense – smell sound – lam energy – primal / sexual (shakti) will – to have (life) visualized – 4 petal lotus sanskrit letters – vam, sham, sham, sam & lam god [...]Read Full Article
Michael Stone offers compelling observations on how we look at our lives. In this discussion he sheds light on some misconceptions of individuals involved in new-age spiritual movements and offers age old wisdom for acceptance and understanding of our lives.Read Full Article
What is the relationship between yoga and Buddhism? Are they compatible or are they two distinct and separate paths? In this video, Michael Stone explores the connections between yoga & Buddhism, and how this relationship can impact our lives. Yoga studios are often perceived as being focused on the body, while meditation centers emphasize the [...]Read Full Article
For many initiates, yoga may appear to be purely a corporeal activity—a practice related solely to the pursuit of fitness—or perhaps as a recreational and social pastime to be enjoyed with friends. While yoga may indeed serve as a means to physical well-being or provide opportunities to forge new relationships, it also extends to us [...]Read Full Article
KAPALABHATI In Sanskrit, kapala means skull and bhati means shinning. As such, Kapalabhati is a technique, which makes the skull shine or glow. It is not a pranayama, but one of the the Kriya from Shat Karmas (six cleansing processes in Hatha Yoga), which not only cleans the skull but also cleans the entire respiratory [...]Read Full Article