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  • proper n. One of the six schools of Hindu philosophy.
  • n. Alternative capitalization of yoga

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Examples

  • Perhaps the reason for this lies in the chief difference between religion and Western-style yoga, and that is that Yoga is usually offered in a nondogmatic format, which makes it inclusive to many more people.

    Max Strom: The Global Impact of Yoga

  • Following this course, we will begin a series of lessons in "GNANI YOGA" -- the Yoga of

    A Series of Lessons in Raja Yoga

  • Although yoga poses for beginners are basic exercises that can be done by everybody, done right and regularly Yoga can slowly contribute to a healthier lifestyle, and its positive effects will multiply when Yoga is exercised over and over again.

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  • "Even if you can bench-press a heavy load in the gym, you may find yourself lacking the strength to hold a yoga pose for a minute," the authors write. thlete's Guide to Yoga, says yoga builds strength differently from other excercises:

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  • Give yourself a retreat - on a yoga holiday you'll experience a selection of techniques to balance stress including deep relaxation, meditation and Yoga.

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  • Contrary to your sentiment, they are very excited to leave their yoga (Hmmm. Chip Wilson made a LOT of money from Yoga) and mountain bikes (The guys at Sugoi are happy we all mountain bike) to get to work.

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  • It is a kind of a practical manual of simple yoga with a preamble which suggests that 'prevention is better than cure in Yoga too'.

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  • HPFacebookVoteV2. init (352114, '25 Random Things About Yoga', 'I have seen \ "Yoga\" on Facebook, but I\'ve never friended it (even though Facebook keeps nagging me to do so).

    Lauren Cahn: 25 Random Things About Yoga

  • The word Yoga comes from the Sanskrit root yug, which means “to join together” or “to yoke.”

    American Yoga Association Beginner’s Manual Fully Revised and Updated

  • But as I got out of bed and started to dress, the word Yoga sprang into my mind.

    American Yoga Association Beginner’s Manual Fully Revised and Updated

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