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Newsweek Special Edition – Yoga Life

Posted by on Oct 13, 2016 in Articles, Book Events, Yoga Practice Tips | 0 comments

Newsweek Special Edition – Yoga Life

Diversity in Yoga The October 22, 2016 issue of Newsweek magazine is dedicated to yoga. I eagerly read each page as the principles of and perspectives on yoga we’re brilliantly laid out by excellent writers. If you are involved in the practice of yoga in anyway, I recommend you purchase a copy and look it over. It’s a beautiful reflection on the current, diverse, and pervasive practice of yoga in the US. Back in Action The section entitled “back in action” of course peaked my interest as I have recently completed my book Healing Our Backs with Yoga: an essential guide...

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Honoring The Fall Equinox as a Yogini

Posted by on Sep 21, 2016 in Articles | 0 comments

Honoring The Fall Equinox as a Yogini

A time of transition and reflection. For more than 20 years I have honored the passing of the seasons with ritual. For these three days we are once again at a time of transition and reflection. An opportunity to let go of the past, honor the blessings of the present, and set our intentions for the future.  It seems to me no mistake that the the Jewish tradition of Yom Kippur occurs around this time, the day of atonement. This is a time where those who need forgiveness receive it and those we must forgive are again considered and with the help of grace, past events set to rest. This time of...

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Personal Evolution and Positive Change thru Yoga

Posted by on Jul 1, 2016 in Articles | 0 comments

Personal Evolution and Positive Change thru Yoga

I continue to grow in my yoga practice and teaching, examining my own evolution and the potential for all of the students who may find me on their yoga path. For the past seven years there has been Sri Aurobindo Integral Yoga retreat held at Furman University in SC. The four Indian families who sponsored the retreat invite exceptional teachers from the ashram in Pondicherry India to present. I have attended the retreat several times being introduced first to the lineage by Aadil Palhivala, one of my honored yoga teachers. During the course of this year’s time, we touched on many...

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Develop Your Yoga Teaching Beyond Flow

Posted by on Apr 29, 2016 in Articles | 0 comments

Develop Your Yoga Teaching Beyond Flow

Why do I say my Transformation Yoga Teacher Training will help you “deep and beyond flow”? Primarily because stillness is the balance to movement. We all know that movement heels by improving circulation, inviting our breath to expand, and relieving stiffness. Yet excessive movement in the wrong patterns can be detrimental to our well-being, just like sitting at a desk all day in one position can be detrimental. I invite you to watch my video, Why yoga with Lillah? Learning the anatomical alignment of poses will optimize the safety of the physical body working to harmonize us in...

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Spring Nasal Rinsing to Deep Breathe

Posted by on Mar 31, 2016 in Articles, Yoga Practice Tips | 0 comments

Spring Nasal Rinsing to Deep Breathe

The season of pollen has begun. I thought you might find the practice of nasal cleansing beneficial. Also look at my post on Supported Shoulder Stand to help calm any Spring histamine response that may bother you.  My next post will address my current pranayama practices for the season. You might also look at my Transformation Teacher Training programs ready to start on April 22 and May 27. Follow this step by step guide, complements go to Banyan Botanicals where you can purchase a Neti pot if you do not have one. Neti, or nasal rinsing, is a process of cleansing and purifying the nasal...

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How I became a back care specialist.

Posted by on Jul 30, 2015 in Articles | 0 comments

How I became a back care specialist.

People may wonder, “How is it Lillah, that you became a back care specialist? And what makes you an expert in your field?” My study of yoga as a healing art begin in 1976 in Boston Massachusetts, which led me ultimately to the Iyengar method. Why yoga? because yoga connects the mind to the body and the body to our heart and soul. I believe we all seek connection, and through connection we find ease, contentment and peace. As my life was in need of all of those elements, yoga was the perfect endeavor. Not only did I need the mind-body element of yoga, but I needed physical balancing as well....

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