The Yoga Prescription by Laura Hilgers “The ancient practice goes from gym class to doctor’s orders.” This article highlights the trend of doctors recommending Yoga as a necessary practice in healing for many patients. From physical rehabilitation to the holistic treatment of depression and anxiety, it gives a great example of the type of Yoga […]
Jennie discusses Raja Yoga, the “Royal” or complete yoga and its goal of preparing the body for higher states of meditation and awareness. She outlines the eight limbs of Yoga and cautions students not to stop with just a physical practice but to embody the full spectrum lifestyle teachings of the Yoga Sutras.
“Several years ago I decided that I needed to learn yoga.” writes Peter Riley, CPA in Newburyport, MA. “I had been going to the gym on a regular basis but kept bumping into this thing called yoga and I wanted to understand it. NOW, there was no way I was gonna haul my fat ass around […]
An unsuspecting reporter, from conservative New England, volunteers for an experimental Yoga Therapy session with Jennie Lee and chronicles her experience. She discovers that when blended together, Jennie Lee’s yoga counseling is truly a healing hybrid. Read more here…yoga-and-therapy
Jennie Lee shares some of her personal journey of healing through yoga as therapy and why she created the process of Transformative Yoga Therapy to share with others. Having overcome loss and depression herself through yoga, her yoga counseling targets specific physical and meditative practices unique to each client to help them overcome life challenges. […]
Bhakti Yoga or devotional practice can be joyfully expressed through Sanskrit chanting or kirtan. In a group or done on your own before meditation, chanting can put the busy mind on hold as we focus on the repetitive sound of syllables infused with devotion from centuries past. This article describes a small group of yoga […]