Named “one of the teachers shaping the future of yoga” and considered a “teacher’s teacher”, Jason Crandell has been active in the international yoga community for more than a decade. He has taught on […]
Master HS Arun practises Iyenga yoga which utilizes various props. Among them, he considers the chair offers various possibilities for exploring asanas. Hence, Master Arun has always been planning to author a book to share […]
Pincha Mayuransa is mainly a backward bending pose; it is similarly a tripod balancing pose having both hands and chin on the ground.
The Sanskrit name of the pose comes from the […]
Partner yoga is non-competitive as two or more people can engage. It develops trust between yogis who explore the spiritual nuances of the craft together. Partners can assist one another with more challenging asanas. […]
The shoulder is a ball-and-socket joint and has the greatest range of motion of any joint in the body. Because of this mobility, it is at risk for injury or degenerative problems.
Everyone’s body needs cholesterol, but too much can spell trouble for some. Cholesterol is both our friend and foe.
Cholesterol is found in foods delivered from animal products like meat, cheese, poultry or […]
The tomato takes its roots in the ancient Aztecs civilizations in Mexico. The Aztecs called it “tomatl” which means, “Fat fruit”. When the Spanish arrived in Mexico, they called it “tomate”.
YAC Yoga Program for Women Recovering From Breast Cancer at Tuen Mun Hospital “I feel more comfortable after doing yoga. It helps to relieve the body aches from [chemo] treatments. That’s why I came today, even though my body is still quite sore from the recent chemo.” — Kam, YAC/TMH Yoga Program Participant