Yoga for a better bedtime

March 16, 2012
by Heidi Kyser

Recommended read for a belated occasion

Yoga is different things to different people, but I am unaware of any style of practice that encourages emotional insecurity, and the basic tenet of ahimsa (non-harming) precludes destruction of the body, such as anorexic starvation. Continue reading

February 29, 2012
by Heidi Kyser
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All the time for yoga

People frequently ask me how often they should do yoga, and for how long each time. “How much do you practice?” they ask. What a rich question. The obvious answer – one I’ve heard in workshops and teacher trainings – … Continue reading

February 13, 2012
by Heidi Kyser

A break from the past

On Thursday, Feb. 9, I relinquished my Anusara-Inspired (TM) license. Continue reading

February 7, 2012
by Heidi Kyser

Who’s calling?

Isn’t serendipity fun? For last Saturday’s yoga class, as part of our ongoing reading of the Bhagavad Gita, we began what will probably be a weeks-long exploration of dharma. We started by looking at this complicated concept as one’s calling: … Continue reading

February 3, 2012
by Heidi Kyser

Change and yoga

Current events have made this a good time to point out that all human practices, including yoga, change over time according to their cultural contexts. William J. Broad‘s forthcoming book, “The Science of Yoga: The Risks and Rewards,” and its … Continue reading

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