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Words to Live By

“What is good is beautiful and who is good will soon also be beautiful.”

“If anything is sacred the human body is sacred.”
—Walt Whitman,
I Sing
The Body Electric

“If you wait to do everything until you're sure it's right, you'll probably never do much of anything.”
—Kerstin Tungarden

Unknown sources

“No time for your health today; no health for your time tomorrow.”

“The biggest mistake people make in life is not trying to make a living at doing what they most enjoy.”

“The way up and the way down are the same.”

“It takes only one person to change your life—you.”

“You can't have a better tomorrow if you are thinking about yesterday all the time.”

“A smile is an inexpensive way to improve your looks.”

“By going over your day in imagination before you begin it, you can begin acting successfully at any moment.”

“Always remember that you are unique. Just like everyone else.”

“No matter where you go,
there you are.”

“The universe is full of magical things patiently waiting for our wits to grow sharper.”
—Bertrand Russell

“LOVE is all there is.”
—The Beatles
There are nearly 700 pages on practical How-To's of Yoga on this site. This is a sitemap of the categories (navigation menu, shown left) with page details for each. All of the features are listed in sequential order with titles to make it easy for you. If you prefer to go to a specific category, the links below will take you there on this page. Thank you.

Postures Relaxation
Chakras Moon Salutation
My Story Yoga Online


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  • Postures To Open Chakras Hundreds of How-To's with preliminary stretches to full postures. This series focuses on the Yoga postures that are specific for Chakras.
  • The Hatha Yoga Pradipika Yogi Maharishi Svaatmar Rama, who lived in the 17th century, wrote this book. There are many translations. This series teaches how to understand Yoga through classical postures as written in the Pradipika. Anyone who is serious about Yoga should read this ancient text.
  • Nakra Kriyas This series might be new to many Yoga students, even those who are more advanced. Also called Crocodile and Fish Relaxation Kriyas, these exercises are easy to do and powerful for back problems of any kind.
  • Other Favorites The classic path to Yoga is in the 8 steps according to the father of Yoga, Maharishi Patanjali. He lived about 200 years before Christ. He systematically wrote the ancient teachings of Yoga in his famous book, Yoga Sutras. You need to know about this if you want to seriously know what Yoga is about.
  • All Postures on this Site All postures on this site in alphabetical order.

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Moon Salutation
8 Phases of the Moon

The Moon Salutation has 14 steps. Each page gives a complete How-To for each step.

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Sun Salutation
Sun Facts

The Sun Salutation is 12 steps. Each page gives a complete How-To for each step.

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My Story

A remarkable true story about me and how Yoga came into my life.

  • Sweden How Sweden became my home.
  • Sven How meeting Sven changed our lives.
  • Ramacharaka How Ramacharaka's book brought the past back to me.
  • Eugenia Basilewsky How Eugenia blessed my life.
  • The Miracles of Yoga How Yoga Creates Miracles - Part 1. Story about an experience from babyhood bringing a miraculous healing to a student.
  • The Miracles of Yoga How Yoga Creates Miracles - Part 2. Story about how a Yoga singing lesson unleashed someone's true voice for the first time.

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What is Yoga?

When someone asks what kind of Yoga I teach, I tell them “as many as I know!” Most of the Yoga methods that are taught, including Iyengar, Bikram, Ashtanga, Power, and many others, with specific brand names, all stem from the ancient teachings of the Upanishads/Vedas, Yoga Sutras, and Patanjali. I cover the ancient teachings on this site to some extent, but most of the teachings are directly from my Yoga teacher, Eugenia Basilewsky (who was still the greatest Yoga teacher I have ever met). There are surely many more, but this is what she taught me and what I feel comfortable in presenting to you. The following is included in this series:

  • Patanjali The classic path to Yoga is in the 8 steps according to the father of Yoga, Maharishi Patanjali. Excerpts from his famous book, Yoga Sutras, are provided.
  • Pranayama These breath techniques are exerpted (with editing) from Hatha Yoga Pradipika. There is another section for Postures from Hatha Yoga Pradipika (included above under Postures). The entire Breath series includes Pranayama (= rhythmic control of breath) techniques.
  • Immortals I focus on Einstein first for this series. He is the greatest immortal in my mind. I think he was probably one of the most enlightened beings ever. Other Immortals will be added to this section in the future, including all those who have illuminated me personally in my life. I choose immortals because they don't care if their wisdom is shared all over the world with their names on it!

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Yoga Products

YOGANATA, our 1-hour DVD with a Manual (written about in detail in other areas of this site), and YOGANIDRA, our audio CD with the Complete Yoga Relaxation are no longer available on a shopping cart. If you are interested, you can contact Kathryn.

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Yoga Online

The One-Stop Yoga Web Search This is a huge section of Web sites in alphabetical order (easy to go back and forth) of the best Yoga and Meditation sites online as of February 2007. This is an ongoing section, of course. There is no way one person can find every great site online that covers Yoga and Meditation. I have attempted to do this for you. Send me the best there is only. I am not including sites that are only marketing themselves and what they are doing in a town, city or state. I understand that you need to do this, but there are just too many of you. Please only send me sites that have concrete how-to steps that anyone can use, anywhere. Send them to me without descriptions. I'll check them out on my own. Thanks!

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