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Yoga Resources: One Yoga Center, Foster RI

Local Links

  • – This site is for,a local arts organization. Learn about the Peeptoad Coffee House and discover the many wonderful events that are happening in this region.
  • Healing Heart Yoga – This is the site of Anita Bevans, one of our wonderful Yoga Teachers.
  • Internet Business Coaching – Michael Pollock – This is the site for Michael Pollock, an Internet Business Coach and web designer (he designed this beautiful site for us).
  • Rolf Bodyworks – This is the site for Rolf Bodyworks, which is located in Sterling CT and is owned and operated by Rob Martin. This site offers information on the Rolf Method of Structural Integration, Deep Tissue work, Swedish Massage, and Thai Yoga Massage.
  • Yoga with Lora – This is the site of Lora LoPiccolo, one of our wonderful Yoga Teachers.

Yoga Links

  • American Viniyoga Institute – This is the site of Gary Kraftsow and the American Viniyoga institute. Provides information on upcoming trainings and retreats as well as Viniyoga resources and links.
  • Integrative Yoga Therapy – Joseph LePage and Integrative Yoga Therapy offer Yoga teacher training as well as Yoga Therapy training. Their trainings are offered on the east coast as well as at their beautiful retreat center in Brazil.
  • International Association of Yoga Therpists (IAYT) – IAYT supports research and education in Yoga and serves as a professional organization for Yoga teachers and Yoga therapists worldwide. Their mission is to establish Yoga as a recognized and respected therapy.
  • International Yoga Centers Directory – Directory of yoga teachers, yoga instructors, yoga studios, yoga ashrams, yoga resorts, yoga centers, yoga organizations and on-line yoga classes.
  • Lotus Palm – Lotus Palm is the Thai Yoga Massage school of Kam Thye Chow. Includes a schedule of workshops and trainings and some good Thai massage links.
  • Open Heart Yoga – Tricia McDonald is the instructor/director of Open Heart Yoga in Dartmouth, MA. She has been practicing for 7 years and is certified in Vinyasa yoga. While honored to be teaching yoga, Tricia considers herself an ongoing student. Quoting Judith Lasater, s
  • Yama Studio – Yama therapeutics (Yoga, Ayurveda & Meditation Arts), in Baltimore, MD, offers a sanctuary for inner exploration and healing of the whole person; body, mind and spirit.

Recomended Books

  • The Heart of Yoga – TKV desikachar – This book offers a beautiful introduction to the whole practice of Yoga with an emphasis on Yoga Philosophy and Psychology
  • Yin Sights – Bernie Clark – Although this book is focused on Yin Yoga, Yin Sites offers practitioners of all styles of Yoga insight into how/why Yoga works from both Eastern and Western Perspectives. It offers an in-depth understanding of the effects of Yoga on the physical level and also explores the effects of Yoga on the energetic level and psycho-emotional level. I believe this is one of the best reads on Yoga for those wanting to understand why Yoga “works”. Can be read on line at A must read for teachers.
  • The Bhagavad Gita – translation by Eknath Easwaran – This is a classic of Indian Spirituality. A read for the serious student of Yoga. Eswaran offers a translation that can be integrated, contemplated and understood by the western reader
  • Upanishads – translation by Eknath Easwaran – The Upanishads will be enjoyed by those who enjoy a poetic exploration of scripture. The Upanishads constitute the core teachings of Vedanta. Easwaran offers a highly assessable translation without losing the poetic nature of these texts.
  • The End of Your World – Adayashanti- What happens when realize/experience that “reality” is something beyond what we perceive through every day consciousness? In this book Adaya explores the gifts and challenges that are the aftermath of awakening (whether it was a momentary glimpse of totality or abiding/lasting awakening).
  • Yoga for Wellness – Gary Kraftsow – In this book Gary offers you an understanding the holistic nature of asana (asana) practice. It speaks about the importance of function (of a Yoga pose) over form and offers insight to the therapeutic application of asana.
  • Anatomy of Movement and Anatomy of Movement Exercises – Blandine Calais-Germain – These are complementary texts and are a great resource for Yoga teachers and students wanting to understand the function of movement at an anatomical level.
  • A Path with Heart – Jack Kornfield. This is a beautiful book based on Buddhist philosophy. It offers an ideas for integrating spirituality into our daily lives. Living compassionately and mindfully.
  • Peace is Every Step – Thich Nhat Hanh. I often think of this book as simply profound. It is a rich yet subtle exposure to Buddhist philosophy which exposes you to ideas about how everything is interrelated. It offers ideas on how to bring mindfulness/presence into moment to moment living. I love this little book.