From Hospitalization to Hope By Bea Ammidown | January 25th, 2016 | Photos by David Young-Wolff Original article here : LA Yoga Therapeutic yoga connects us with a deeper experience. It was 1985 when I resumed yoga from the Intensive Care Unit of a … Continued
after 2 months in casts, healing ,practicing, grateful to many who helped me.
The Importance of Exhaling in Yoga by Andrea Cespedes, The Process of Exhaling You inhale to bring oxygen into the body and exhale to release carbon dioxide. The act of exhaling causes the diaphragm, a muscle in your lower abdomen, … Continued
Debbe 90 years young is my new student sweetly moving in her first Yoga therapy class, she copied my kindergarten students doing the “ice cream” churning I learned from Guru Singh’s Kundalini classes I adore.
The invisible spiritual benefits of adaptive Yoga Therapy for those with Special Needs including caregivers. I care about describing to students how as a senior who has rehabilitated from serious injuries I was able to restore my body … Continued
I love sharing inspiring words from a respected yoga therapist and colleague Carol Kruckoff. I intend my classes to impart this too. Bea Remember the feeling as a child, when the recess bell rang and released you out onto the … Continued
The real power of yoga lies not in the strength and vitality it gives the physical body, but rather in the profoundly positive ways it changes our entire human system on a daily level. By refining the mind / body, … Continued
LIKE A BABY LEARNING TO WALK, WE LEARN THIS SKILLFUL BALANCE OF ENGAGEMENT AND DETACHMENT GRADUALLY. AND LIKE A TODDLER, WE NEED ENCOURAGEMENT WITH EVERY FALTERING ATTEMPT WE MAKE TO ESTABLISH THIS INNER UPRIGHTNESS ANY MOVEMENT TOWARD GREATER KINDNESS AND … Continued