Improve Your Life With Yoga Meditation Techniques — Huffington Post

Life is all about making ourselves better each day. At least that’s what I think. A recent Huffington Post article actually described seven ways that yoga meditation techniques can improve us. Originally written by Cassandra Sadek for Random House of Canada, Cassandra excerpted some material from Tara Stiles’ book Yoga Cures. There are also some very nice video clips included in this article that make it well worth the time spent.

Improve Your Life With Yoga Meditation Techniques — Huffington Post

There was a good chunk of time when I went to a yoga class twice a week at my local YMCA, and I loved it! Now my life is a lot

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Yoga meditation benefits our lives in seven ways. Photo by Roi Brooks c/o Photos.Com.

busier (what mom’s life isn’t?) so if I want some yoga time, it’s around 9:00pm in my basement. As much as I would love a yoga session on the beach with the waves rolling in, I have to be realistic.

It helps to keep the benefits of yoga in mind, otherwise I just wouldn’t ever make the time to indulge in it. It really is an indulgence, isn’t it? I wonder if other moms out there feel like exercise is a luxury time.

I’m happy to share with you the seven big benefits of yoga from Tara Stiles’ book Yoga Cures. Are you motivated yet?

Go to to view the videos and to read about all seven benefits of yoga:

Yoga meditation techniques can certainly make our lives richer and more fulfilling. By letting us connect more, be more creative and healthy, we can achieve to our fullest potential.

Please leave a comment below and share your thoughts. Click on the like button and let others know what they too can achieve through practicing yoga and meditation.

What yoga philosophy and all the great Buddhist teachings tells us is that solidity is a creation of the ordinary mind and that there never was anything permanent to begin with that we could hold on to. Life would be much easier and substantially less painful if we lived with the knowledge of impermanence as the only constant.                                                — Donna Farhi

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