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Yoga: 7 Easy Poses For Anti-Aging - YouTube
http://ClaudiaYoga.com How does yoga target anti-aging? By using gravity in its favor...
Yogis are very smart people, and they noticed early on, thousands of years ago, that by merely living gravity pulls our organs down...
So, if we invert the body during practice, together with deep breathing, we give the organs a chance to return to their original position (the place where they were before the...
My Year Of Aging Backward - Prevention
My Year Of Aging Backward
For 12 months I ran, biked, crunched, popped chia seeds, and was Reiki-ed within an inch of my life--all to become younger. Here's what I learned.
The room was a toasty 102°F. The air was thick with the exertions of two dozen hardworking, mostly midlife women who were inhaling, exhaling, grunting, and groaning their way through a vigorous series of 26...
Date: 2017-02-18 01:48:56
Effects of Yoga Practice on Aging
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Effects of yoga practice on metabolic factors associated with aging
By : Ruth Howard
We hear of yogis living to a very old age. In his book Autobiography of a Yogi, Yogananda speaks of Trailanga Swami, who was reputed to be over 300 years...
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Suitable for students of all levels. Anti-Aging Yoga combines the powerful breathing techniques of the Himalayan Masters and yoga asanas that are designed to cleanse and detox your body. This class will help to improve your cardiovascular stamina, flexibility, blood circulation and strength tremendously when practiced regularly. All resulting in a much younger body and mind.
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