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Yoga for Pain Relief by Lee Albert; Peggy Cappy (Foreword by)Relieve Your Pain Through Yoga Do you suffer from painful muscular conditions that hold you back -- on and off the mat? Yoga for Pain Relief shows you how to identify the specific muscle imbalances that cause YOUR pain and create a safe yoga practice to rebalance YOUR body. ;Understand how your current yoga practice and lifestyle may be creating pain. ;Learn how to practice yoga safely and achieve superior results. ;Design your own practice to align your neuromuscular system and achieve a pain-free body. ;Learn to use three tools -- asana practice, pranayama, and meditation -- for powerful benefits. ;Take charge of your own path to health and well-being.
Publication Date: 2017, eBook
An Introduction to Yoga by Annie BesantMany people know Yoga as a form of stress-relieving fitness regime. This book delves into the rich philosophy and history of this ancient physical and mental discipline, in the form of four lectures given at the 32nd Anniversary of the Theosophical Society.
Publication Date: 2012, eBook
Kabalah Yoga by Audi Gozlan; Shiva Rea (Foreword by)Audi Gozlan, a certified yoga instructor and the founder of Kabalah Yoga, offers a book that fuses the practice of yoga with the ancient wisdom of Jewish mysticism, teaching you how to awaken the secret energy of each Hebrew letter in order to enliven your practice and experience the hidden powers of the universe. There is an authentic need for spirituality in our lives--one that connects us with the sacred, something greater than ourselves, but that is also practical, touching the body and soul in deep and meaningful ways. While yoga offers us postures (or asanas), breathing, and meditation techniques, it may not always fulfill the deep desire for spiritual connection that has arisen. But when combined with the mystical tradition of Kabalah, it may be just the answer modern spiritual seekers are after. Kabalah Yoga blends the movement and meditation of Hatha flow yoga with the ancient teachings of Kabalah, incorporating the wisdom of the Hebrew letters, also known as the Sacred Shapes, which are believed by Jewish mystics to be divine templates that contain the creative energy of the universe. This book describes the body, breath, and soul found within each of the Sacred Shapes, and shows that by moving your body into asanas based on each letter of the Hebrew alphabet and meditating on their meaning, you can unlock and embrace their great, empowering, and healing wisdom. Kabalah Yoga brings a new form of awareness to the practice of yoga as a language of the soul, allowing you to journey deep within and discover yourself from the inside out, while tapping into the divine energy of each of the Sacred Shapes. With the explanations, insights, stories, meditations, and photographs in this book, you'll enhance your practice and improve your life.
Dupler, Douglas, MA. "Yoga." The Gale Encyclopedia of Nursing and Allied Health, edited by Jacqueline L. Longe, 4th ed., vol. 7, Gale, 2018, pp. 3817-3821. Gale eBooks, link.gale.com/apps/doc/CX3662601241/GVRL?u=new90507&sid=bookmark-GVRL&xid=695f957b. Accessed 25 Aug. 2022.
Frey, J., PhD, & Cataldo, L. J., RN, EdD. (2017). Iyengar Yoga. In T. Moy (Ed.), The Gale Encyclopedia of Fitness (2nd ed., Vol. 1, pp. 555-558). Gale. https://link.gale.com/apps/doc/CX3663000150/GVRL?u=new90507&sid=bookmark-GVRL&xid=1904cce0
Power yoga is an Americanized form of ashtanga yoga, also known as astanga, vinyasa, or classical yoga. Power yoga is designed to build strength, flexibility, and endurance through a fast-paced, physically demanding series of postures.
Alic, M., PhD. (2017). Power Yoga. In T. Moy (Ed.), The Gale Encyclopedia of Fitness (2nd ed., Vol. 2, pp. 774-777). Gale. https://link.gale.com/apps/doc/CX3663000207/GVRL?u=new90507&sid=bookmark-GVRL&xid=0ba14cc8
Jeanne Csuy, & NEVCO, H. E. (Producers), & Bright, C. (Director). (2015). Gentle yoga for parkinson's patients. [Video/DVD] National Educational Video, Inc. Retrieved from https://video-alexanderstreet-com.mylibrary.wilmu.edu/watch/gentle-yoga-for-parkinson-s-patients
1:26 minute video. Yoga, Child's Play interactive movie course will provide participants with the knowledge and expertise needed to complement and individualize treatment strategies for multiple pediatric diagnoses. Such diagnoses include Down syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Autism, ADHD and learning disabilities.