75 Conditions Helped by Yoga (as shown in Scientific Studies)

For  years Dr. Timothy McCall, the bestselling author of Yoga as Medicine, publishes a list of health conditions that have been demonstrated in scientific studies to be benefited by yoga.

Unfurl: An Installation

Art and yoga meet in a re-wilding of Breathe Yoga & Wellness's 131 West Union display window. With her sculpture “Unfurl”, artist Jen Carson manifests reluctance and inevitable opening; a human spine is tightly furled like a fern frond, but fed by hope, trust, nurturing, and the simple seduction of being alive, begins to unwind from its protective coil. 

Screen Apnea

Screen apnea is the temporary cessation of breath or shallow breathing while sitting in front of a screen, whether a computer, a mobile device or a television.

... shallow breathing, breath-holding, and hyperventilating trigger the sympathetic nervous systems toward a fight-or-flight state.

Kirtan Band Wanted!

Are you familiar with Kirtan? Kirtan (pronounced kir' tahn) is a form of music that is a sort of prayerful hymn. Like Christian hymns or any other melodic form of song with meaningful words sung in repetition, Kirtan has its roots in chant derived from Sanskrit language, evoking a sense of deep devotion and reverence. The name itself has Hindi roots, but in many modern styles of Kirtan music, there’s no specific religious dogma … just people enjoying the sounds of words leaving their lips, movement inspired by the movement, all accompanied by simple instruments.

Thank you, Breathe Students, for your Input!

Thanks to all who contributed to Breathe’s vision by completing our Student Survey last month. We have forty-four people respond to this survey, designed to tell us why you started coming to Breathe Yoga & Wellness, why you keep coming, and what suggestions you have to make this place as (comfy, challenging, joyful, perfect) for your life as we can possibly make it.

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