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Progression & Regression Applied - part 2

Progressive overload is key. It’s about how much you should practice to get results, and how much (or little) you can practice without increasing the risk of getting injured. I rarely come across this topic in the yoga community. I believe it’s time for us yogis to take load into account when teaching and practicing.

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ResearchSara Hoy
Meditation and it's health(?) outcomes

One of my favorite part with yoga is the broad spectrum of the techniques it offers for living a healthy life. If I need to destress I use relaxation and breathing techniques. If I want to get stronger and more flexible I practice the asanas. If I want a healthy mind I meditate. Or? Does these techniques promote ones health?

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ResearchSara Hoy
Yoga & Injury Incidence

Injuries related to a physical yoga practice is a topic wildly discussed. Some yoga teachers are getting more restrictive with what they are teaching. Some are not. But before we jump on to conclusions about how to target these issues, let’s have a look at how common injuries are.

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ResearchSara Hoy