Stay Well: Grab Your Yoga Mat!
Posted by: cnyha on Oct 06, 2012 in news
Looking for ways to stay healthy this cold and flu season?  Stock your fridge with healthy fruits and veggies, take time to relax, and grab your yoga mat. Moderate exercise, such as yoga, has been shown to boost the production of cells that attack bacteria in the body which may result after a viral infection. 
Sponsoring 2012 Skinnyman Triathlon: We Encourage Yoga for Athletes
Posted by: Erin McCollough on Jul 30, 2012 in news, Uncategorized
Increase Strength, Flexibility and Mental Endurance with YOGA! By Erin McCollough LMT, RYT Yoga has long been sought after for the physical benefits that result from regular practice.  A regular yoga practice supports increased flexibility, whole body strength, balance and overall health. It also supports mental focus and stamina. So, it’s no surprise that athletes
Using Yoga Throughout the Day
Posted by: cnyha on Mar 22, 2012 in news
Yoga is a holistic exercise that not only stretches and improves the body, it stretches and improves our mind!  What is learned in yoga can be taken out of the classroom and applied to our lives and everyday experiences and situations. Whether at the workplace or working in our homes, frustrations arise and our daily
Posted by: cnyha on Jan 12, 2012 in news
Pranayama is a form of involuntary, continuous action of inhaling, retention, and exhaling that can be controlled quickly or slowly.  The name Pranayama is Sanskrit for “extension of breath or life force”.  It is used in yoga to help clear and cleanse the body and the mind.  By controlling your breathing, your whole system becomes
The Health Benefits of Padmasana (Lotus Pose)
Posted by: cnyha on Dec 10, 2010 in news
CNY Healing Arts encourages you to put this pose to the test. While the concept of Padmasana may seem simple, it is considered an intermediate to advanced pose and may not be comfortable for beginners. In basic terms, Lotus Pose is sitting cross-legged with the spine vertically straight, making it ideal for meditation and concentration.