Yoga Self-Taught

Yoga is all about you. It is a journey of self improvement and discovery, and should not be concerned about anyone other than self taught You do not need to be  flexible, or strong, or fit to learn yoga. Rather, yoga teaches you these disciplines, and in turn they work hand in hand. So grab your yoga mat, get a friend involved if you want, and get practicing! 

Watch this Yoga Self-Taught Video.  This video explores the traditional Sun Salutation: a simple, and effective series of Yoga Postures that invigorates the whole body. Guided by Brooklyn Yoga School founder, Lily Cushman, learn the sequence step by step with detailed instruction. No Yoga experience required. Open to all Levels. Enjoy!

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There are a lot of routes through which yoga may work for depression. Meditation itself has also been shown to have a big impact – a study in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that meditation is as effective as antidepressants in helping treat depression. But asana, too, seems to have its own very real set of benefits. It may not always be enough – for some, antidepressants and/or therapy may always be necessary – but it can certainly be an important ingredient in managing depression.

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