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Changes in Healthcare Models Offer an Opportunity for Yoga Therapy

Brahmi and Lorrie had an article published in the IAYT journal Yoga Therapy today.  The article discusses how changes in payment models in healthcare make this a particularly opportune time for Yoga Therapists to get involved in the healthcare system. Yoga has already been proven to been an effective mode […]

Retreat to Frenchman’s Cove

Frenchman’s Cove is a unique property developed in the 1960’s as an all inclusive, extremely high end exclusive resort.  It was envisioned as a retreat center for the movers and shakers of the world.  The concept was that you pay a flat free for 2 weeks and that included EVERYTHING, […]

If the Doctor Says You Must Live with Back Pain, Try Yoga

If the Doctor Says You Must Live with Back Pain, Try Yoga By Brahmi (Beth Gold-Bernstein), Director TriYoga Boston A recent article in the Boston Globe entitled “Living with Back Pain” (Deborah Kotz, Boston Globe,  October 29, 2012. http://www.bostonglobe.com/lifestyle/health-wellness/2012/10/28/living-with-back-pain-sources-back-pain/PwSF5io5VBznKLrdtK5lkI/story.html) indicated that physicians and patients find it very difficult to cure […]

Yoga and Brain Health

On July 1st Dr. Miguel Rivera, Medical Director for Mental Health and Well-Being at multiple assisted living and long term care facilities in Sarasota, FL and Medical Director of TriYoga International, gave an excellent workshop at TriYoga Boston on Yoga and the Science of Brain Health. Dr. Rivera said he faced […]

How NOT to Wreck Your Body Doing Shoulder Stand

By Brahmi, Director, TriYoga Boston This blog post is a follow-on to How NOT to Wreck Your Body Doing Yoga.   Shoulder Stand is one of the postures identified in William Broad’s book, The Science of Yoga: The Risks and the Rewards as potentially dangerous.  The intention of this blog is to […]

How NOT to Wreck Your Body Doing Cobra

  By Brahmi, Director, TriYoga Boston  This blog post is a follow-on to How NOT to Wreck Your Body Doing Yoga.   Cobra is one of the postures identified in William Broad’s book, The Science of Yoga: The Risks and the Rewards as potentially dangerous.  The intention of this blog is to offer a […]