Restorative vs. Vinyasa: Some Research

Restorative vs. Vinyasa: Some Research

Restorative vs. Vinyasa: Some Research By Kristine Kaoverii Weber | September 2, 2022 COMMENTS A few times I’ve been accused of having an anti-vinyasa agenda and divisively pitting exercise yoga against more traditional yoga practices. But that’s never...
Yoga and Bodies on Fire

Yoga and Bodies on Fire

Yoga and Bodies on Fire By Kristine Kaoverii Weber | March 21, 2021 COMMENTS When grandma visited, grocery bags came with her. She’d spread the contents out over the kitchen counters and rifle through the cabinets to find suitable bowls and pans. Then she’d wash her...
COVID and my Yoga Retreat Fantasy

COVID and my Yoga Retreat Fantasy

COVID & My Yoga Retreat Fantasy (Blog) By Kristine Kaoverii Weber | March 5, 2021 COMMENTS As we round the corner to a full year of COVID mayhem I notice I’m having more and more yoga retreat fantasies.   I think about long days of practice and learning and how...

Yoga Helped This Depressed Deadhead (New Research on How)

HOMECONTACT VIEW CART SHOP UPCOMING EVENTS IN-PERSON COURSES ONLINE COURSES As much fun as I had going to Grateful Dead shows in California in the late 80s and early 90s, I can’t say it did much for my depression or eating disorders. Still, I was hoping to find...

Yoga Research Update: Depression, PTSD, and Heart Disease

Every month I receive what’s called an “Ovid Alert” through the library at the Mountain Area Health Education Center (or MAHEC – the facility where we conduct our teacher training for mental health professionals) on the latest yoga research. A...

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