Linked below is a wonderful article about the power of Iyengar yoga in breast cancer recovery work. Researchers at UCLA followed 11 women for a 12-week period and noticed decreased fatigue in those who practiced Iyengar yoga. Beth Sternlieb, Los Angeles certified Iyengar yoga teacher, taught poses originally sequenced by Manouso Manos, Senior Iyengar yoga teacher from San Francisco. Read more.

About Risa Blumlein

RISA BLUMLEIN is the Deputy Director of IYISF. She completed a 200-hour hatha yoga teacher training course in Rishikesh, India last summer and is fascinated by yoga philosophy and physiology.

Top 5 New Year’s Day Ideas

5. Drink homemade chai

4. Eat yummy snacks

3. Celebrate with friends

2. Challenge your mind and body

And, the number one idea of how to spend New Year’s Day 2013…

1. Practice yoga in community

Gosh, wouldn’t it be wonderful if you could do all five of these in one place? Oh, wait, you can!

Celebrate New Year’s Day 2013 with Nora Burnett and the IYANC community and enjoy tea, snacks, friends, community, and of course, yoga.

$40 Members, $55 Non-Members. Register now and commit to starting the New Year in practice.

 

About Risa Blumlein

RISA BLUMLEIN is the Deputy Director of IYISF. She completed a 200-hour hatha yoga teacher training course in Rishikesh, India last summer and is fascinated by yoga philosophy and physiology.