Clinical Yoga for Menopause
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by Magnolia Zuniga
1w ago
Om Yoga Magazine Clinical Yoga for Menopause Clinical Yoga for Menopause Discover How Tailored Yoga Practices Can Provide Holistic Relief and Enhance Well-Being During Menopause - By Magnolia Zuniga Reading time: 5 minutes Navigating menopause can be challenging, but yoga offers a holistic approach to manage its symptoms. By tailoring yoga practices to specific menopausal symptoms, women can find relief and enhance their well-being. Here’s how clinical yoga can help address common menopausal symptoms. 1. Hot Flashes Yoga Sequence: Supported Bridge Pose (Setu Bandhasana): This cooli ..read more
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How Yoga Can Help Improve Your Self-Esteem
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by Beth Rush
1w ago
Om Yoga Magazine How Yoga Can Help Improve Your Self-Esteem How Yoga Can Help Improve Your Self-Esteem Discover How Yoga Transforms Self-Talk, Confidence, and Mental Well-being - By Beth Rush Reading time: 3 minutes Yoga forces you to focus on how majestic your body, mind, and soul are. How does yoga improve self-esteem? Let’s find out. 1. Build Your Positive Self-Talk A major tenet of yoga is Ahimsa (non-violence). Yoga has this incredible way of directing our minds away from the external. Instead of comparing or putting yourself down, you will engage in all the good things your bod ..read more
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The Path to Realise Our Fullest Potential and Fundamental Identity – Part 1
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by Mandala Yoga Ashram
1w ago
Om Yoga Magazine The Path to Realise Our Fullest Potential and Fundamental Identity – Part 1 The Path to Realise Our Fullest Potential and Fundamental Identity - Part 1 A Journey Through the Chakras: Exploring the Psychological Depths and Spiritual Potential of the Mooladhara Chakra - By Swami Nishchalananda Reading time: 4 minutes The chakras* are centres of energy within each human being. They function in each moment of our lives and, taken together, they encompass and embrace the entire spectrum of human experience. They relate to specific physical organs, nervous plexuses, endoc ..read more
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Could your PMS Predict your Experience in Perimenopause?
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by Siobhán Carroll
1w ago
Om Yoga Magazine Could your PMS Predict your Experience in Perimenopause? Could your PMS Predict your Experience in Perimenopause? Troublesome Periods Now? They Could Predict Your Menopausal Experience – Here's What You Can Do - By Siobhan Carrol Reading time: 4 minutes How troublesome periods could be a sign of things to come! Could PMS be a sign of a tricky menopause to come? A.Vogel Medical Herbalist Siobhán Carroll discusses some of the evidence behind this and what can be done to help. Research suggests that women who suffer each month at the hands of PMS, may be more likely to ..read more
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The Truth about Yoga
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by Sarah Dean
1w ago
Om Yoga Magazine The Truth about Yoga The Truth about Yoga Have you ever wondered about what it truly means to practice yoga? Whether you're a seasoned yogi or a newcomer, let us explore together.- By Sarah Dean Reading time: 3 minutes Within our yoga practice, we traditionally seek to develop and work with the eight limbs - Yama (moral compass), Niyama (positive habits), Asana (posture), Pranayama (breath), Pratyahara (sense withdrawal), Dharana (concentration), Dhyana (meditation), Samadhi (enlightenment), either with conscious effort or without conscious awareness through the subt ..read more
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When Nothing Happens in Meditation
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by Richard Schultz
1w ago
Om Yoga Magazine When Nothing Happens in Meditation When Nothing Happens in Meditation Discovering the Art of Patience and Presence in Meditation Practice - By Richard Schultz Reading time: 3 minutes The process of meditation seems simple enough: sit still, quiet the mind and wait for the inner bliss to come. But meditation is way more nuanced than that. Most people hit the proverbial wall at some point. I’ve been meditating for over 20 years, and I still hit the wall every now and then. But when I do, I remember this simple piece of advice: don't meditate to relax; relax to meditate ..read more
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5 Tips to Beat Jet Lag
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by Marianna Kilburn
1w ago
Om Yoga Magazine 5 Tips to Beat Jet Lag 5 Tips to Beat Jet Lag Strategies to Minimise Discomfort and Maximise Your Adventure Reading time: 4 minutes It’s that time of year again, when most of us are jetting off on our summer holidays, looking forward to lazing on the beach or exploring a new environment. What you definitely won’t be looking forward to exploring are the symptoms of jet lag – the fatigue, mood swings, headaches and general confusion. Is jet lag really unavoidable though? What is jet lag? Jet lag refers to the feelings of exhaustion and discomfort that can accompany pa ..read more
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Foods for Better Sleep, Less Stress and Better Sex
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by Alison Cullen
1w ago
Om Yoga Magazine Foods for Better Sleep, Less Stress and Better Sex Foods for Better Sleep, Less Stress and Better Sex Nourishing Your Body for Rest, Stress Relief, and Intimacy - By Alison Cullen Reading time: 3 minutes Foods for Better Sleep Oats Oats contain magnesium and calcium, which support the nervous system to reduce vulnerability to stress. As stress is a major sleep disruptor, ensuring your nervous system is fully provided with these healthful nutrients can help you drop peacefully to sleep. Rice Rice provides us with melatonin, a hormone that regulates sleep-wake cycles ..read more
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Poetry as Meditative Practice
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by Ailbhe Wheatley
1w ago
Om Yoga Magazine Poetry as Meditative Practice Poetry as Meditative Practice Exploring the Intersection of Poetry, Yoga, and Mindfulness - By Ailbhe Wheatley Reading time: 4 minutes We often think of poetry as something we sit down to read, or write - as something to ponder and dissect. But how can the practice of yoga, mindfulness and meditation generate poetry in the mind? Can the act of writing poetry be a meditation in and of itself? What I have found through years of meditation and yoga practice, is that it de-clutters and expands the mind, creating space for active dreaming and ..read more
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The Mindfulness of Words
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by Silvia Stones
2w ago
Om Yoga Magazine The Mindfulness of Words The Mindfulness of Words Words are the path to human understanding and progress - By Silvia Stones Reading time: 2 minutes Words are a passion of mine, having been attracted by them since quite a young age. We are surrounded by them our entire life: we see them, we hear them and we think of them. I grew up in Italy and moved to England in my very early 20s, I could speak English but my dexterity of it was limited – the dictionary become my best friend: every time I heard a new word, I wanted to understand it and assimilate it; it was the day ..read more
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