As we collectively get saturated with the anatomy of hatha yoga, it is helpful to look at the anatomy of the mind and yoga psychology. The more in-depth look is a natural progression from yoga physiology to the philosophy and psychology of a more encompassing yoga.
A dear friend of mine in Mumbai had breast cancer several years ago. In fact, she is the one who took me to my first yoga class over 30 years ago. In 2007, when I was looking into yoga and cancer, I asked her about her own personal experience. It is hard to talk about... Continue Reading →
Yoga Nidra is probably the most popular of all guided yoga meditation practices. The classic text is Yoga Nidra by Swami Satyananda. He is the one who organized the ancient tantric system of nyasa into a whole system of mental yoga therapy that has been attracting Western psychologists and psychotherapists. The system of Satyananda Yoga Nidra... Continue Reading →