The physical practice of yoga is low-impact and therefore relatively low-risk. With conscientious and ability-appropriate practice, the risk can remain small. However, like any other form of exercise, injury is possible and in fact, too frequent. So it’s important to be aware of common yoga injuries and prevention, as students and teachers.
By a Zuna Yoga Graduate The Simple Reality It occurred to me recently that yoga can be seen as a drug, and your brain on yoga can be synchronous to that feeling. Quite simple, really. A drug is “a substance that has a physiological effect when introduced into the body.” Replace the word “substance” with […]
By Katherine Girling, 500 ERYT Transformation of Yoga: Ancient Teachings and Practices We were visiting Washington, DC with the primary goal of taking in ‘Yoga: The Art of Transformation’ at the Sackler Gallery. The exhibition features over 130 objects of yogic art from 25 museums and private collections in the U.S, Europe and India. Since […]
by Samantha Smith (200 hour Yoga Teacher Trainee) Experiencing the Balinese Culture The anticipation of life-changing flow of Zuna Yoga grew as I took my first steps into a new land. This is my first trip to Bali and having traveled for 32 hours to get here, the drive from the airport to Ubud was a bit […]
by Hannah Liot, Zuna Yoga 200 hour yoga teacher training student Emotions on the mat is an overarching term that can be used to describe a wide variety of intense sensations or reactions we have from practicing yoga. Emotions on the Mat In a yoga class, your teacher often guides you through a sequence of poses. What may […]