It’s our holiday giveaway series! For the next few days we’ll be posting new giveaways for awesome and yogadorky goodies. Be sure to check back each day! It’s an annual tradition around these yogadork parts! We’re so excited to keep the momentum going with our annual giveaway of A Year of Living Your Yoga: Daily Practices [...]
It’s a crazy time of year, which is why we’re happy (somewhat relieved, even!) to share this interview with Judith Hanson Lasater from Yoga U Online who will be hosting her free holiday talk coming up on Monday, December 15th covering “Yoga Past, Present, Future – Challenges and Opportunities.” The face of yoga is changing [...]
As 2013 settles down for a long savasana, the end of another year brings reflections, resolutions and intentions aplenty. The dawn of a new year brings potential for fresh starts, new beginnings and the experience of the unknown. Oh my! But we don’t have to head into it all unprepared. It’s become a YogaDork tradition [...]
Practicing challenging inversions often becomes a goal in and of itself. But inversions aren’t just about ‘getting’ the pose, says yoga teacher and author Judith Hanson Lasater, P.T., Ph.D. in this interview with Eva Norlyk Smith of YogaUOnline.com. Inversions can reveal deeper aspects of our practice to us and open new dimensions of introspective experience. Eva [...]
With resolutions and intentions abound, a new year can be full of unbridled potential! Sounds good, right? Sometimes it’s not so easy to keep up with all those great ideas at the dawn of the year. Thank goodness we have yoga to help us press the reset button on our intentions. And thank goodness for [...]
Remember all that fuss over yoga ‘wrecking your body’ and such? Ouch! This could easily be dubbed the year of “bend it til it breaks” with much debate and controversy surrounding William J. Broad’s book The Science of Yoga: The Risks and Rewards and other scandalous mentionables.
While the bedlam has since died down, yoga injuries are still very much a hot topic and something we should all feel free to discuss. YogaUOnline thinks so and will be hosting a free online telesummit called ‘Yoga Injuries: Facts and Fiction’ featuring some heavy hitters in the yoga and medical fields.
In this interview with Eva Norlyk Smith of YogaUOnline.com she talks about why yoga is not so much about poses as it’s about exploration and experience, and some of the challenges yoga teachers face.
It’s nearing the end of the first month of 2012 already! And we’d like to remind you in this roller coaster whirlwind of tornado-asana we call life, that it’s just as important to nurture your Yin along with your Yang.
YogaDork Giveaway: ‘A Year of Living Your Yoga’ by Judith Hanson Lasater, #365Yoga Anew