Is your yoga practice getting a little stale? Maybe you’ve been going to the same class at the same time each week for the past year. Or perhaps you use a video — the same video — every day. If you’re finding yourself a tad uninspired to get on your mat, you might be suffering from yoga block.
Your next edition of YogaDork Ed. has you flipped on your head! Sorta. By Jill Miller, Creator of Yoga Tune Up Inversions are coveted among yogis. Yoga is one of the few systems of health that suggest you regularly turn yourself upside down for extended periods of time. The health claims are astonishing: it reverses [...]
By Jill Miller, Creator of Yoga Tune Up Pain, numbness, tingling? Do any of these describe the feelings you have when you come out of an asana? Please heed these warnings! Not all yoga poses are safe for all people. Just follow expert yoga teacher Patricia Sullivan’s story in the October 2010 issue of Yoga [...]
The physiological effects of Abdominal Breathing (belly breathing) is a gift we’ve been given, but too many of us have become accustomed to Thoracic Breathing (chest breathing) and end up living in a state of fight or flight. Watch this video below for your how to guide for abdominal breathing, but first, let me explain….
YogaDork Q&A: Jill Miller on Inspiration, Jonah Hill and Two Books She Can’t Live Without
YD recently had a chat with Yoga Tune Up® creator and YogaDork Ed faculty expert, Jill Miller, on her favorite and not-so-favorite poses, post-yoga snacks and after 25 years of practice what makes her a yogadork. Read on! YD: What was one pose you were originally not so fond of but have now grown to [...]
Welcome to our new YogaDork Ed section! For the edification of yoga practitioners, teachers and yogi dabblers, on asana, philosophy, yoga biz and more. Stay tuned for tips, vids, skits, and skats. More to come! Be sure to sign up for our newsletter to stay in the know. First up, we’re excited to announce a [...]