Archive for May, 2008

Dahn (means bright energy in Korean) is the symbolic manifestation of the sun rising at dawn, with its inexhaustible source of vitality. Dahn Yogas basic approach is to expand Ki-energy (core life vitality). In the model of Oriental health, energy affects the quality of the body (health, strength, flexibility and healing), mind (concentration, clarity, creativity and calmness), and spirit (meaning, purpose, vision and peace). Dahn Yoga is the modernized version of traditional Korean body-mind practices that go back more than 5,000.

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yoga is a powerful form of exercise that originated as a form of spiritual practice in the country of India. While the version of Yoga has little to do with the Hindu practice, it can provide many of the same benefits that the Hindu’s receive from participating in Yoga

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Simply Yoga Posted By : Shirley Marotta

I want to give you a down to earth, everyday view of yoga. You really don’t have to stand on your head, or tie yourself in knots to perform yoga and it’s great for your body, mind, and spirit. What I give you here is taken from my own personal experience with yoga.

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Employers are quickly realizing the benefits associated with practicing Yoga in the workforce. With overwhelming workloads and less job security employers are scrambling to find ways to lessen the stress of their employees thereby making them more productive. Is introducing Yoga into the workplace the key to a less stressed employee?

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A lot of people are going into yoga these days to keep themselves in the peak of health and far away from the dangers the stress of today’s modern life can bring to a person. Yoga is a kind form of exercise, kinder than most of the other forms such as aerobics or weight lifting or running. Most people who practice yoga have their very own private meditation rooms.

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