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Yoga-Related Resources

Social media | YouTube | Articles by our own | Websites | DVDs | Readings

 

Our Social Media pages:

http://www.facebook.com/TriYogaCenterofPhiladelphia

https://twitter.com/TriYogaPhilly

http://instagram.com/triyogaphilly

http://triyogaphillyblog.wordpress.com/

 

YouTube:

TriYoga Flow with Bindu - Clifton Beach, Cape Town, South Africa

Earth 108 Free the Hips and Spine with Mitradeva

Devi Dance by Kaliji in Singapore

TriYoga Free the Spine with Brahmi

Interview with Yogini Kaliji by Brahmi

TriYoga Flow Salutation

Excerpt from Earth Flow DVD

Excerpt from Water Flow DVD

Excerpt from Fire Flow DVD

Excerpt from Air Flow DVD

Excerpt from TriYoga Kids DVD

 

Articles by our very own:

Ware, C. J. (2009, updated 2013). Why yoga, massage, and psychotherapy in a medical building? Download PDF. (Article written for and published by Mind-Body Services).

Ware, C. J. (2009, July/Aug). Relaxing into motherhood with prenatal yoga and massage. Yoga Living, 11(1), 40. Download PDF.

Ware, C. (2009, winter). Times of transition: Adapting to change.The Connection: The Birth Center Newsletter, 6. Download PDF.

Ware, C. J. (2007, July/Aug). The intersection of yoga and psychotherapy. Yoga Living, 9(1), 30, 32-33, 49. Download PDF.

Ware, C. J. (2007, June). Yoga and psychotherapy. Yoga Therapy in Practice, 3(2), 15-17. Download PDF.

Ware, C. J. (2007, Jan/Feb). Yoga, meditation, and psychotherapy. Yoga Living, 8(4), 12-13. Download PDF.

Ware, C. (2006, Nov/Dec). Yoga for children and adolescents.Yoga Living, 8(3), 28. Download PDF.

 

Websites of Interest:

Sites related to Kali Ray TriYoga

TriYoga website

TriYoga Center of Central Pennsylvania website (State College, PA) and Theresa Shay

Devi Yoga Center (Sebastopol, CA) and Kashi

Datta Peetham website & information about Swamiji (Sri Ganapati Sachchidananda Swamiji)

Sanskrit Academy

Other yoga-related sites

Yoga Alliance

Lifeforce Yoga and information about Amy Weintraub

International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT)

Suppliers of yoga props and items

 

Recommended DVDs and Videos:

From Kali Ray TriYoga:

Free the Hips DVD

Free the Spine DVD

Strengthening DVD

Gentle Cardio DVD

Yoga for Kids DVD

Yoga for Two DVD

Seniors DVD

Level 1 (The science of body-mind health and fitness) VHS

 

Favorite Readings:

Ajaya, Swami (Ed.). (1977). Meditational therapy. Glenview, IL: Himalayan International Institute of Yoga Science & Philosophy of USA.

Calais-Germain, B. (1993). Anatomy of movement. Seattle, WA: Eastland Press.

Clifford, T. (1984). Tibetan Buddhist medicine and psychiatry: The diamond healing. York Beach, ME: Samuel Weiser, Inc.

Cope, S. (1999).Yoga and the quest for the true self. New York: Bantam Books.

Coulter, H.D. (2001). Anatomy of hatha yoga: A manual for students, teachers, and practitioners. Honesdale, PA: Body and Breath, Inc.

Epstein, M. (1995). Thoughts without a thinker: Psychotherapy from a Buddhist perspective. New York: Basic Books.

Feuerstein (1996). The Shambhala guide to yoga. Boston, MA: Shambhala Publications, Inc.

Gannon, S. & Life, D. (2002). Jivamukti yoga. New York: Ballantine Books.

Gannon, S. & Life, D. (2002). The art of yoga. New York: Stewart, Tabori, & Chang.

Goldstein, J. (1976). The experience of insight: A simple and direct guide to Buddhist meditation. Boston, MA: Shambhala Publications, Inc.

Heriza, N. (2004). Dr. Yoga: A Complete Program for Discovering the Head-to-toe Health Benefits of Yoga. New York, NY: Jeremy P. Tarcher/Penguin.

Khalsa, D.S. & Stauth, C. (2001). Meditation as medicine: Activate the power of your natural healing force. New York: Fireside.

L’Engle, M. (1996). Glimpses of grace: Daily thoughts and reflections. New York: HarperSanFrancisco of HarperCollins Publishers.

Molino, A. (1998). The Couch and the tree: Dialogues in psychoanalysis and Buddhism. New York: North Point Press.

Nhat Hanh, T. (1995). Living Buddha, Living Christ. New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons.

Prabhavanada, S. & Isherwood, C. (1981). How to Know God: The Yoga Aphorisms of Patanjali. Hollywood, CA: Vedanta Society of Southern California.

Rahula, W. (1974). What the Buddha taught. New York: Grove Press.

Rama, S., Ballentine, R., & Ajaya, S. (1976). Yoga and psychotherapy: The evolution of consciousness. Honesdale, PA: Himalayan International Institute of Yoga Science and Philosophy.

Ramaswami, S. (1989). Yoga and healing. In A. A. Sheikh & K. S. Sheikh (Eds.), Healing east and west: Ancient wisdom and modern psychology (pp.33-63). New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Sivananda Yoga Center. (2000). The Sivananda companion to yoga. New York: Fireside.

Sparrowe, L. (2002). Yoga. Westport, CT: Hugh Lauter Levin Associates, Inc.

Walsh, R. (1989). Asian psychotherapies. In R. J. Corsini, & D. Wedding (Eds.), Current psychotherapies (4th ed., pp.547-559). Itasca, IL: F.E. Peacock Publishers, Inc.

Weintraub, A. (2004). Yoga for depression: A compassionate guide to relieve suffering through yoga. New York: Broadway Books.

Welwood, J. (2000). Toward a psychology or awakening: Buddhism, psychotherapy, and the path of personal and spiritual transformation. Boston, MA: Shambhala Publications, Inc.

Yogananda, P. (1946). Autobiography of a yogi. Los Angeles, CA: Self-Realization Fellowship.

 

 


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