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new yoga gear just for men

In this blog, Jeffrey Posner wrote a post on January 5, 2012 about the limited options of yoga clothing for men. Well, he and the rest of the male population are in luck because companies are starting to see men

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a new type of fitness yoga (can the world take another?)

You’ve probably never heard of or tried Troga because it’s a brand new type of yoga that doesn’t officially begin until next week. Shelly Horton, an editor for BrisbaneTimes.com.au, reported in a March 14, 2013 article that she was the

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jeffrey’s yoga playlist (no. 3) rock, reggae and some Sade..

Welcome back to my yoga playlist series here at Yogaforfocus.com. While I do enjoy yoga music, I tend to lean more towards traditional music in my classes these days. Some songs may be too much for your liking, but I

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are lawsuits starting to change the yoga industry?

A YogaJournal.com report from February 20, 2013 states that yoga instructor Hilaria Baldwin, wife of Alec Baldwin, is being sued by one of her students who claims he was injured in her class. Spencer Wolff is the name of the

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does yoga competition follow the values of yoga?

Many yoga practitioners think of yoga as a non-competitive practice that encourages compassion, love and community. Nevertheless, yoga has also been turned into a competition by the non-profit USA Yoga, which has a goal of “promoting Yoga Asana as a

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Dr. Timothy McCall reacts to William Broad’s latest article

You have probably heard of the book The Science of Yoga, in which author William Broad discussed the potential dangers of practicing yoga. The publication of this book created a large discussion in the yoga community and beyond. With the

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yoga proven effective for heart rhythm disorder

If you have the heart rhythm disorder atrial fibrillation, you now have the go-ahead to practice yoga from a new study by the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. This condition is often the cause of stroke and the

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should yoga journal fight for worker’s rights or stay out of It?

This year’s San Francisco Yoga Journal Conference came with some controversy. During the conference, hotel workers were protesting the Hyatt hotel where the conference was taking place. The hotel protest was part of an ongoing global campaign in reference to

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keep up with yoga while you’re out of town

NYTimes.com reported on January 14, 2013 that an increasing number of hotels and other travel businesses are offering yoga to travelers. Many hotels now offer videos, equipment and classes to their guests, and you can even find yoga in some

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take yoga with you wherever you go

If you want to track your daily calories, watch TV or play a game no matter where you are, there’s an app for that. Now you can do yoga along with apps on your phone, whether you’re at home, at

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