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yoga Gayatri Mania - Recent recordings have catapulted the ancient Hindu mantra into even greater popularity - by Lavina Melwani

yoga Can We Reach a State of No Karma? - Dr. Arvind Sharma

yoga The Bhagavad Gita - The Bhagavad Gita - Translated by Ramanand Prasad

yoga Yoga for Runners - by Baron Baptiste and Kathleen Finn Mendola

yoga Runners Discover the Benefits of Yoga - by Doug Kurtis - Detroit Free Press

yoga Knitting goes feminist - by Holly Hickman

yoga Fashionistas Say "Knitting is the New Yoga"

yoga Knitting The New Yoga



yoga Confessions of a Closet Vegetarian - by Shoba Narayan

yoga A Pause That Refreshes-Meditation can boost immunity - by Linda Knittel

yoga Renowned Buddhist scholar Robert Thurman reflects on the "Yoga Sutra" and how we can know reality for ourselves

yoga Love Thine Enemy - How do you find compassion for a difficult person? Verse 33 of Patanjali's Yoga Sutra offers some guidance - by Judith Lasater

yoga Beginning the Journey - Living ethically, according to Patanjali's Yoga Sutra, is the first step on the true path of yoga. - by Judith Lasater

yoga Just Let Go - Sometimes the simplest advice can be the hardest to take. Here's how to practice detachment without giving up on life - by Sally Kempton

yoga Intervew with K. Pattabhi Jois - Practice Makes Perfect - by Sandra Anderson