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Happiness and Resilience on the Mat: Neuroscience Implications for Yoga and Meditation [ONLINE WORKSHOP]

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Neuroscience research has revealed evidence-based techniques that bolster happiness and resilience. These techniques have implications for the practices of yoga and meditation. Join Chanda to learn neuroscience-informed micro practices that work with our brains to better our sense of wellbeing. Instructor Bio Chanda, E-RYT-500,  YACEP, has been teaching yoga and meditation since 2001 and has […]

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This is What Anatomy-Informed Yoga Looks Like

There is no such thing as one-size-fits-all yoga. Nor is there one definitive list of qualities that make anatomy-informed yoga. But today we will share what we believe demonstrates respect for the principles of movement and neuroscience (what we like to call “Anatomy-Informed Yoga”) in yoga class. Warning: The list is not short. Modern Postural […]

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Do We Serve the Poses or Do the Poses Serve Us? (Science Yoga Sundays episode)

Julie Tran of Science Yoga Sundays graciously invited me to speak on her program. I chose a topic that has been on my mind a LOT lately — Are we serving the yoga or is the yoga serving us? “We are here to enhance our lives, we are not here to bow down to some […]

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