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Is Yoga Therapy Right for You? The Next Wave of Conscious Care

Jill Miller by Jill Miller | April 11th, 2011 | 7 Comments
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Yoga TherapyIs yoga therapy right for you? Have you tried everything under the sun to eliminate an ache, pain or chronic condition? If your doctor has suggested that you try yoga therapy (and not just yoga classes), the first step is to find a great yoga therapist to steer you into a customized practice that may potentially improve the conditions of self-healing in your body, mind and spirit.

Endurance Training: Tuning Up Consciously to Race the Ironman

Jill Miller by Jill Miller | December 2nd, 2009 | 4 Comments
topic: Fitness, Health & Wellness, Healthy Eating, Weight Loss, Yoga | tags: conscious fitness, endurance athletics, endurance training, exercise, Fitness, injury, Ironman, marathon, obesity, stretching, training, workouts, Yoga, Yoga Tune Up®

IMAXfinishThroughout the years, I have worked with many athletes, marathoners, golfers, basketball players and professional dancers. The magic bullet in training consciously is a synergy of fluid biomechanics, coupled with a mind and spirit that are all on the same page. In other words, it is very difficult to fuel your passion for athletics if one of these elements is holding you back — be it pain from an injury, a lack of belief in yourself, or using your sport as a form of punishment.