Death is so uncontrolled and so very inevitable. Yoga can help bring comfort when the tragedy of death comes into our lives, and empowers us with inner strength, focus and an innate sense of joy. See Yoga and Coping with Death.
Most people have observed how yogis seem to be much more youthful looking than those who don't practice. Yoga Pranayama are breathing exercises meant to increase your vital force and may be the answer to sustain beauty. See Pranayama in Yoga to Sustain Beauty.
Our feet are our foundation, and misalignments can create pain – they can also wander up the body to the legs, knees, hips, and back, causing serious pain and postural problems. In this video are some foot exercises that combine yoga therapy and self massage using a tennis ball. They will open up ankle joints and stretch out the muscles within your feet. See Yoga Therapy for Feet
Yoga is not a treatment for cancer, but as therapy it aids patients in alleviating symptoms experienced by cancer sufferers. Jillian McKee shares with us the best yoga poses to improve the quality of life for those battling life-threatening cancer. See Best Yoga Poses for Cancer Therapy.
Cathy Geier shares with us a personal list of qualities of what it takes to be a competent, trusted yoga teacher. On the flipside, find out some hurtful incidences that happen during yoga classes. See Qualities of Trusted Yoga Teachers.