We asked Olav Aarts for some advice about what to do when faced with a difficult pose in a yoga class.
4 steps for tackling a difficult pose
So you’ve decided to start Yoga Therapy to feel better and healthier. Congratulations! That’s the first step and it is in the right direct...
Yoga Therapy for MS - The Do's and Don'ts
Esther Ekhart explains how yoga can help us get to close to the essence of who we truly are.
Who am I? Self inquiry through yoga
We asked our teachers on EkhartYoga: What are your favourite yoga or meditation books and why?
EkhartYoga teachers' favourite books
The Sanskrit word “mudra” means “gesture” or “attitude” and although there are head mudras and postural mudras, I...
Yoga Therapy for MS - The Mudras
We talked to EkhartYoga teacher Marlene Henny to find out more about Vinyasa Krama and how she uses it in her teaching.
What is Vinyasa Krama?
Emma Newlyn explores the Yama - Ahimsa. A part of the first limb of yoga from "The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali"
Ahimsa - Non Violence
I stopped counting how many times I was told “I’m not flexible enough to do yoga”. Many people still believe that to reap the benefi...
Yoga Therapy for MS - Breath and Yoga
Why is the psoas such a major player in our physical, mental and emotional wellbeing?
Stretching your stress out - Meet your psoas
In this article Sandra explores how the natural elements of Space, Earth and Water work in your body and mind and how they provide the conditions for...
The elements of growth
Over two million people in the world have Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Basically, MS disrupts the flow of information within the brain and between the bra...
Yoga Therapy for MS - An introduction
We interview Sandra Carson and find out more about her journey from flight attendant to yoga teacher
Who is Sandra Carson?
I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis at the age of 34. How does one manage this auto-immune disease? How to find the energy to enjoy a fulfilling l...
How yoga helps living with MS: My story