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Starting - The Foundations of Yoga

Whether you’re brand new to Yoga, or just want to dive a little deeper, our collection of Starting Yoga articles will rapidly expand your understanding of the essential Yoga practices and concepts.

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You’re a yoga teacher, or you’re on the path to becoming one, and you’re ready to inquire deeply into the art and ethics of yoga teaching and business.

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Maybe you’ve had some awakening experiences and are looking for greater clarity on what they are all about. Maybe you’re curious about Kundalini, or how to integrate Kundalini experiences into ordinary life.

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You’ve been practicing yoga long enough to know that it’s about so much more than just physical postures and you’re ready to deepen your understanding and your practice.

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Trust in The Flow: How Reflection Can be a Tool for Yoga, Singing & Life in General

This is post 8 of 11 in the series “Hauora Yoga Conference 2019” by Sarah Spence ‘Mindfulness’ is a buzz word these days. I ponder whether ‘reflection’ will join it, given that leadership teams in corporate organisations are now given journals to write in. Regardless, let’s celebrate that these kind of tools are making it to the mainstream. The quality […]

Yoga, the Digestive Fire & Health

This is post 7 of 11 in the series “Hauora Yoga Conference 2019” by Swami Karma Karuna, Anahata Yoga Retreat Fire is a force of nature. It is used for survival, however, if it is over-activated it can destroy and if it is under activated it goes out. Often fire is associated with flames but this is only the most […]

How to Find Your Niche & Make Your Yoga Teaching Career Sustainable

This is post 6 of 11 in the series “Hauora Yoga Conference 2019” by Rebecca Harford, Adapted Yoga & Pilates As a businesswoman, teacher, mother, wife, friend and family member I have the responsibility and pleasure to support many people. In order to uphold this responsibility, I must be sustainable, along with my business as it supports our students, family […]

A Non-Profit Model to Make Yoga Accessible & Affordable

This is post 5 of 11 in the series “Hauora Yoga Conference 2019” By Sue Furey, Tauranga Yoga Centre An Iyengar yoga class in a small town hall, some 35 years ago, was my initiation into my relationship with a yoga practice and that exploration continues. I am grateful every day that I decided to try that class. Like many […]

The Transformative Practice of Yoga Mudras

This is post 4 of 11 in the series “Hauora Yoga Conference 2019” by Swami Karma Karuna, Anahata Yoga Retreat Whether consciously or unconsciously, the way we gesture or carry ourselves in physical attitudes throughout the day has the capacity to influence health, interactions, physiology and more. Using the body to express something or to communicate a feeling underlies many […]

On Ahimsa, Self-Reflection & Being a Dick

This is post 3 of 11 in the series “Hauora Yoga Conference 2019” by Nicole Allan, Raw Yoga Yoga, like most things, was and is heavily influenced by the humans who learn it, teach it and live it. Over my years of learning, practicing and sharing yoga I believe that one of the most important things we can do, whether […]

Life, Before and After iRest

This is post 2 of 11 in the series “Hauora Yoga Conference 2019” by Una Hubbard, I’ll never forget my first encounter with iRest® founder – Richard Miller. I was in the Gold Coast at the first wave of teacher trainings to come to this part of the world, feeling very much out of my depth and wondering if I […]

A Review of the Valka Yoga Cork Yoga Mat: Non-Toxic & Eco-Friendly

by Lucinda Staniland, As the editor of a popular yoga website, I receive a lot of requests to review various yoga-related products. Over the years, this has resulted in me getting a lot of practice at the all-important skill of saying ‘No’. I’ve learned the hard way to only say yes to doing a review when it’s a ‘”hell yes!” […]