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Essential Things You Need to Know About Kripalu Yoga

Doing Kripalu yoga asanas regularly has several benefits, including increased flexibility, muscle tone and cardiovascular health. Follow this guide to see if this kind of yoga is a good fit for your goals.

A Beginner's Guide to TriYoga

TriYoga focuses on physical yoga practices and teaches us how to use our bodies as weapons to challenge ourselves and get physically stronger. Discover which postures you can do on a daily basis to improve your mental and physical wellbeing.

Exploring Organic Food: What Is It, Really?

How well do you know whether or not the food you are eating is organic? This guide walks you through the farming processes involved in the production of organic produce, as well as the benefits and drawbacks of going completely organic.

Yoga - Ananda

the word ananda means joy in Sanskrit. The main goal of this type of yoga is to increase awareness and to raise consciousness.

Yoga - Anusara

Anusara yoga is focused on the heart in that the poses are expressed from the inside out.

Learn About What Ortho-Bionomy Is: Principle & Benefits

Ortho-Bionomy is a form of body therapy that allows for positive changes in how bone structure interacts with surrounding tissues, resulting in pain relief and function restoration. Learn more about the cumulative effects of this treatment method.

Building Biology for Healthy & Sustainable Living

This is the science that looks at the relationship between a person and the buildings that they inhabit

All About Viniyoga

Viniyoga was created in the 1970’s by Sri. T. Krishnamacharya and this style of yoga focuses on the breath. The word “Viniyoga” actually refers to a concept that means “proper application based on the situation” and in the case of this style of yoga, it m

Yoga - Bikram

Bikram Yoga - general information and directory of yoga classes in Australia by location and suburb

Stretching – Is it causing you long term damage?

For as long as I can remember people have been told to stretch as a warm up or warm down to prevent injuries and for just as long physiotherapists have been using stretching, along with exercises, as the basis for their treatment of painful conditions. Ev