CHAKRAS | DOSHAS | VAYUS | GUNAS
This board contains information on some of the frameworks used in yoga therapy. Combined with asanas and yoga philosophy, we draw on the client's chakras…
One of the most helpful concepts in ayurveda is the premise that each of us has a particular constitution or “type” and that good health comes from living in harmony with it. Ayurveda sees all of creation as being made of five basic elements: earth, water, fire, air, and space. These elements condense and combine
In this fourth post in the series exploring the Bhagavad Gita, “The Song of the Lord,” we have left Arjuna in the middle of the battlefield of Kurukshetra, afflicted with grief at the upcoming battle. In his despair he has turned to Lord Krishna for wisdom and guidance. Here in this post, Krishna expands
A mortal lives not through that breath that flows in and that flows out. The source of his life is another and this causes the breath to flow. Cycling continuously through day and night, the breath empties the lungs and fills them with air. Each breath rids the body of wastes, replenishes the bloodstream
The yoga tradition describes five movements or functions of prana known as the vayus (literally “winds”)—prana vayu (not to be confused with the undivided master prana), apana vayu, samana vayu, udana vayu, and vyana vayu. These five vayus govern different areas of the body and different physical and subtle activities. When they’re functioning harmoniously, they assure the health and vitality of the body and mind, allowing us to enjoy our unique talents and live life with meaning and purpose.
What are chakras? Are your chakras aligned? And how do you know if they're blocked? In this guide I explain all about the 7 chakras and how to tell if they're balanced, blocked, or overactive and the physical symptoms if you have a problem. Also download a FREE chakras chart!