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http://www.myyogaonline.com Kreg is a co-founder of My Yoga Online and certified Hatha Yoga Teacher. Several years ago, Kreg discovered yoga while teaching health and fitness. Yoga dramatically…

Yoga beginners will develop a stronger back with the poses introduced in Back Care Yoga with Rodney Yee by Gaiam. If you enjoy Back Care Yoga, you may enjoy other Gaiam yoga workouts at www.gaiam.com

Gaiam offers Yoga for Flexibility with Patricia Walden. Dramatically improve your flexibility and fitness level with Patricia’s expert advice and direction. If you practice yoga often, this video will help you deepen your practice. For additional yoga videos, please see www.gaiam.com

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To buy DVD dan@balihealer.com. This is a film made by McPetruk in 1938 showing and shows Iyengar demonstrating yoga. Here we see a young Iyengar (still alive, well, and doing yoga, BTW) doing advanced poses that constitute the advanced A & B astanga series. This is obviously well before Iyengar dropped the vinyasa aspect from his practice and rebranded it as “Iyengar Yoga”, putting greater emphasis on alignment.

Hot Power Yoga offer one of London’s best introductory yoga offers. Try as many yoga classes as you like in 30 days for just 40. You can also download a fre…

Learn about doing a reclining cobblerpose for prenatal yoga in this free pregnancy exercise video on yoga poses and stretches for the expecting mother. Expert: Gina Kennedy Bio: Gina Kennedy received her teacher training at the beautiful Ashram in Nassau, Bahamas. She was awarded the title of Yoga Siromani and is a member of the Yoga Alliance. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz

Learn how to do a wall squat for prenatal yoga for prenatal yoga from our expert on fitness for expecting mothers in this free prenatal video on yoga for pregnant women. Expert: Gina Kennedy Bio: Gina Kennedy holds the title of Yoga Siromani and is a member of the Yoga Alliance. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz

Learn how to use the Yoga Ball for birthing with a birth partner. Cooperate with your body’s inborn instincts and the processes of nature. Staying relaxed and centered in your own gentle power is so helpful in labor. There are many ways to do this and having a few that work personally for you is a good idea:)! ,*yoga ball positions *squatting (in various ways..including supported; holding onto doorknobs, holding someones hands, on a wall, in front of a chair or ball) *other yoga poses that you can relax into for at least 2 contractions (pose of a child for example) *sitting backwards on the toilet *meditation *guided meditations that help you stay tuned into your highest self and your babys highest self www.yoga-software.com/Prenatal_Mommy_Meditations_CD_p/400-cd.htm *truly choosing your support people (Hint this is not a time to be a nice friend or family member and allow folks in your space that make you uncomfortable in this very special moment) *flower essences- cherry plum diluted in ice chips or water for the I cant take it anymore feeling and 5 flower/rescue remedy for mellowing everything out www.healingflowerenergies.com *remembering that you and your baby are in this together and can help each other *hypnosis/self-hypnosis (check out classes, CDs, etc) *hiring a doula who has done this before…sometimes alot! www.dona.org/mothers/find_a_doula.php *lavender water or hydrosol for cool compresses staying cool and relaxed Sit bones apart If you practice the sit