Hello everyone I’m John Tracy and welcome to the Voice Guru when I’m teaching a student of mine I always ask him or her how they’re feeling and since we cannot see singing we only have to rely on what we’re feeling and what we hear. And it’s pretty hard… Continue Reading Body & Senses: feeling the body when singing (The Voice Guru)

The next Aasana which I’m going to demonstrate is the variation of the Taad Aasan or the heavenly stretched pose. Here is is a simpler version where you do not raise your arms. So let us do it. Now I’m going to demonstrate a variation of the Taad Aasan or… Continue Reading Yoga for Migraine Headaches : Yoga Standing Pose for Migraines

One of the fun things that you can do in everyday life is to develop a technique that I call the love detector. And here’s how it works. In everyday life we are constantly mirroring with our facial expressions, with our body language, even with our breathing and our heart… Continue Reading Mirroring: The Unconscious Body Language of Love, with Jane McGonigal

One very important point to keep in mind for people who get migraine is to avoid the direct sun at all costs, especially between 12 to 4pm. These direct rays of the sun are hot and they dilate the blood vessels to the brain, thereby causing the headache to start… Continue Reading Yoga for Migraine Headaches : Avoiding Sunlight for Migraine Prevention

One of the most arresting images ever seen in the media was the photograph of a Buddhist monk setting himself on fire on a busy road in Saigon in 1963. His act of what is called “self-immolation” was in protest against how Buddhists were treated by the South Vietnamese government.… Continue Reading How To Stop Any Pain In Minutes

Hi, I’m Tara Stiles and today on the Yoga Solution, I’m going to show you a great routine that you can do around the holidays to get your total body workout on. Let’s get started. So we’ll start on all fours here on your hands and knees, just to start… Continue Reading Total Body Holiday Yoga Workout | The Yoga Solution With Tara Stiles

Hyperventilating is excessive breathing. It’s normally caused by extreme anxiety and can happen at the same time as a panic attack. When someone is hyperventilating, they breathe unnaturally fast and deep which can make them lose more carbon dioxide from their blood than usual. This can make them feel dizzy… Continue Reading How to Treat Hyperventilation – First Aid Training – St John Ambulance

Hey there and welcome to Life Noggin. In a world of smart cars and smart phones, just how smart is your body? While it might get a couple bad grades in the school of life, it turns out your bookworm of a body actually has quite the great GPA! See,… Continue Reading How Smart Is Your Body?

Hey, everyone. Welcome to 30 Days of Yoga with Adriene. I’m Adriene and it’s a chilly day here in Austin, Texas, so I’m ready to hop on my mat and get warmed up. Day 19. Let’s go. All right, today we are going to begin in a comfortable seated position… Continue Reading Day 19 – Breath & Body Practice – 30 Days of Yoga

Just sit this morning fresh the beginning mind No meditation No matra, No concentration not even try to be aware, Just sit with close with eyes Whatever can happen between you and me, let it happen. That you feel your presents and my presents intensely. That’s all Let there be… Continue Reading The Pain of Leaving the Body – A Firsthand Experience, Inner Awakening, 4 DEC 2008