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2012-01-31 13:45:00

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Kevin Wall, producer of the most watched concerts in history -- including the opening concert for the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, Live Earth: the Concerts for a Climate in Crisis and Live 8 -- is now partnering with the Tadasana Festival. The first to ever win an Emmy for an interactive event has joined forces with Tadasana founders Fabian Alsultany and Tommy Rosen to help spread the teachings of yoga and the beauty of international music at...

2009-04-01 02:00:00

First of Original Web Episodes Live Now at yogajournal.com/ogden SAN FRANCISCO, April 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Tough times demand creative solutions. In a surprise move that is already rocking the magazine industry, Yoga Journal Magazine announces it has hired Ogden, also known as "The Inappropriate Yoga Guy," as its new editor. Ogden, the YouTube sensation, already has millions of fans who have watched him bumble his way though yoga classes, offending his female classmates and annoying those...

2008-09-26 15:00:00

By Purvi Malhotra HEAD SLAM It can leave you clutching your head in pain, looking for relief from any pocket. But instead of popping pills, try soothing away a headache through alternative treatments. 1. Ayurveda: Treatments like Shirodhara, which is a consistent flow of warm aromatic oils on the forehead, followed by a neck and shoulder massage helps cure lifestyle problems like headaches or migraines. It works as a sedative, providing relief from nervous fatigue and irritability. 2....

2008-08-25 09:00:26

By Jaimie Epstein 'At the beginning of class, we stood at the front of our mats and let out a long, dirge-like moan," the first-time yoga student recollected. "Then the teacher yelled, 'Chili-pepper pasta,' and everyone hit the floor." Sanskrit, the language of yoga, is said to unite sound and meaning; that is, saying the word gives the experience of its meaning. But for the novice yogi , that experience can be as elusive as an overnight parking spot in Manhattan. Thus, chaturanga...

2007-07-11 01:35:00

By Whitney Mitchell I was initially intrigued by yogalates because of its Starbucks- esque hybrid name, but I didn't really understand the concept. Aren't yoga and Pilates essentially the same thing? I'd always lumped the two together in the category of trendy mind/body workouts that countless svelte celebrities swear on their six-packs by. So what the heck is yogalates? Instructors describe the decade-old fitness class as a "fusion between yoga and Pilates" that essentially takes the...