Nada Yoga

Simply put, nada yoga is the yoga of sound. In practicality, it covers a large amount of ground as an area of study in yoga, which deals with primarily vibrations and sound. In concept, it covers an even larger area of study. This article will introduce you to the different components of Nada Yoga, such […]

If you think meditation is something only Buddhist monks (or people with lives a lot less crazed than yours) can do, think again. Not only can anyone meditate, but there are myriad health and well-being benefits to be gained from a simple, daily meditation practice. For starters, meditation can decrease blood pressure as well as […]

In Sanskrit ‘chakra’ literally means wheel or circle and in yogic context it refers to vortex or a whirlpool of energy around a focal point in the human body. There are 7 main chakras in the human body and the locations lie at some of the most important glands and information nexuses in the human […]