I’m Not Just Another Therapy By Cheryl Albright

I was born with the most amazing teacher that never said a word. I could tell with a look in his eyes and his body language and gesture what he was thinking, what he wanted, and he was being mischievous. My teacher was my older brother and he has autism. Communicating without [...]

I’m Not Just Another Therapy By Cheryl Albright 2017-08-17T04:52:27+00:00

The Imperfect Yoga Teacher by Jivana Heyman

The Imperfect Yoga Teacher By Jivana Heyman This was originally posted on Yoga for Healthy Aging.The recent death of beloved yoga teacher and writer Michael Stone has been haunting me. I think there are some important lessons in his personal struggle that we need to learn from as a yoga community. Even though he was [...]

The Imperfect Yoga Teacher by Jivana Heyman 2017-08-16T16:54:28+00:00

Making Yoga Philosophy Accessible – Part 1, by Jivana Heyman

Making Yoga Philosophy Accessible – Part 1: The Yoga Sutra of Patanjali  by Jivana Heyman The Yoga Sutra of Patanjali is an ancient text which presents the philosophy of yoga in a succinct and organized manner. This study is referred to as Raja Yoga, the royal path. There is some disagreement about the age of the [...]

Making Yoga Philosophy Accessible – Part 1, by Jivana Heyman 2017-08-08T04:07:32+00:00

The Antidote is Hope by Jivana Heyman       

The Antidote is Hope by Jivana Heyman        Accessible Yoga was born out of my interest in bringing people together who believe in sharing the teachings of yoga with everyone. People who are dedicated to finding peace in their lives and sharing that peace with others regardless of ability or background. In the wake of [...]

The Antidote is Hope by Jivana Heyman        2017-08-10T03:55:09+00:00