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Tension - Its Cause and Release

We strive for mental peace all the time. The more we strive for it, the more it seems elusive. Due to our living ways, we keep accumulating tensions within us. We try to do things to make us feel happy, we run after all kinds of luxuries and escapism for that peace of mind, but to no avail. We forget that to resolve tension one must look within rather than the external surroundings.

Benefits Of Yoga For Children

Author: mikeclark0529

Better health and improved lifestyle - at a young age, these are two of the things children can be well equipped with in the early stage of their life if they join and participate in Yoga exercises. Yes, yoga is not only intended for adults who are in need of a way to exhaust tension from their bodies and release stress. Although Yoga is primarily noted in helping people achieve these things, Yoga for children can help in improving their posture, their self esteem, and yes even their flexibility.

Chakra Healing For Sciatica With Sciatic Nerve Pain Relief

Author: Alan Bushman

Chakra healing for sciatica pain relief addresses the underlying basic sciatic nerve pain relief within the nerve that causes the problem first of all.

There are five spinal nerve roots within the body. If any one in every of these will get compressed by any kind of strain over it, it may cause inflammation in one sciatic nerve stemming out from it in either of the legs. Alternatively the nerve can directly get compressed as well by any type of postural strain on it.

Cancer Patients Find Yoga An Effective Complementary Therapy


The benefits of yoga are being taken advantage of by more and more people these days. The chance to find mediation, stretch the muscles and decrease pain and fatigue is helping to make yoga one of the most popular options for exercising right now. Many are unaware that yoga is being used by patients with cancer and other illnesses as a major complementary option in the treatment process.

Understanding the Different Types of Yoga

Author: Suzanne Morrison

Yoga is becoming a more and more popular activity in the Western world today. The number of places holding Yoga classes is on the increase and there is a plethora of different types of Yoga. With a choice of Hatha Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga,  Power Yoga, Iyengar Yoga, Bikram Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga and many more it can be easy to get confused

This article will help you to understand the difference between the most popular types of Yoga so you can choose which type is right for you.

Yoga As An Alternative Approach to Cancer Therapy

Yoga and Cancer Therapy

Yoga is one of the most widely used complementary and alternative medicine therapies to manage illness. The amount of research that is going into studying the beneficial effects for those living with cancer is simply overwhelming. From reducing nausea due to chemotherapy to lowering cortisol levels to improving quality of life, yoga has been proven to be an effective approach to cancer therapy.

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