In this candid moment, Brandt discusses with his students how Yoga Therapists want to let their clients decide what conditions should be addressed.
“As a Yoga Therapist, it’s unethical to push someone to do something even if you think it’s in their best interests…The only way to know if you are of service to someone is to help them with what they want help with. Not with what you want them to do.” —Brandt
There’s no doubt that yoga is gaining popularity, but you may be asking yourself, what is the most popular type of yoga? Where is each type most popular in the U.S. and around the world? And for those who are interested in trying it themselves, how can you practice these styles of yoga safely? For […]
Friends in Yoga, Sitting on a cushion, taking a yoga class, chanting a mantra before your morning coffee…no one would call these radical acts. They are small choices that we make to better ourselves. The motivation to practice often takes form by our desire to be healthier, to be more focused, to connect with our […]
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