By Matthew Solan | Yoga Journal Aug 28, 2007 One day 25 years ago Candy Doran, an avid cyclist and competitive runner, bent over to pump a bike tire and was struck by lightning. Not literally, but that’s how she describes the searing pain that shot through her lower back and leg and made her
CCNB, The Myrtle Beach Pelicans and Tideland Health present “Yoga Nite at the Ballpark” Although this event has already occurred, please allow me to express how grateful I am for the support this project received from our Grand Strand Yoga community, the Myrtle Beach Pelicans, Tidelands Health, Star 92.1 and my fellow co-workers at CCNB.
Maura Utley CCNB’s Director of Marketing and Yoga Instructor was recently featured in the August edition of South Carolina Woman Magazine. Click this link to download the article. Achieving Balance – Tips To Improve Your Fiscal Fitness Here’s a snippet from the article, and be sure to click the link above and read more! The
Yin yoga is perfect for releasing tension in the musculature of the body, and deep into our connective tissue or fascia. Not only is this good for our muscles and joints, but it helps to release toxins and blocked energy in the body. Three Principles of Yin Yoga Come into the pose to an
Yoga Nidra translates to “yogic sleep”. Think of this practice like a long savasana since there’s no movement in this class. When performed correctly, one hour of Yoga Nidra is equivalent to four hours of deep, restful sleep. During the practice, you stay awake, but your mind is at rest. You will be lying motionless
By participating in restorative yoga you’re taking an incredible step towards healing the body, rejuvenating the mind and reducing stress and anxiety. Restorative yoga ignites the body’s relaxation response by balancing the nervous system and optimizing the organs’ energy flow. A consistent practice lifts immune function, aids digestion and supports healing. Restorative yoga is a