I’ve been researching postures efficacious for reducing acidity in the digestive system. A simple pose to perform after each meal is Vajrasana (Thunderbolt Pose). Bikram yogis will be familiar with Vajrasana; in Bikram’s dialogue we are told to “sit down Japanese style”, the starting point from which we perform Supta Vajrasana (Fixed Firm Pose) and Kapalbhati […]
The problem with being a Yoga teacher is that I expect the Yoga to be a somewhat cure all and when it doesn’t, I’m at a loss to choose another method or therapy for relief. I have little confidence in the medical system and after a recent injection of cortisone to my right elbow, although […]
We are down a teacher at Bikram Yoga Kawana & Noosa; HELLO, DIDN’T YOU SEE THE JOB ADVERT – IT’S STILL UP FOR GRABS!. So I’m teaching a lot atm, plus I’m on a six week Bikram Yoga challenge! Veronika usually keeps me pumped full of goodness with more raw than roasted these days but she’s away […]
Last week, a guy in his 40’s (guessing) came to the studio to enquire about practicing Bikram Yoga with high blood pressure. What better way to familiarise myself with hypertension than to research and write a post!
There’s a lot of bull written about Bikram Yoga; but here’s an interesting one. Dr. Joel E Brame explains how Bikram Yoga helps to overcome the five basic characteristics of a cancerous body: 1. It is highly “acidic”. 2. It lacks oxygen. 3. It is full of toxic substances. 4. It has poor immunity. 5. […]