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Julie Deife interviews Dr. Shirley Telles Interview with Dr. Shirley Telles, one of the world's most preeminent Yoga researchers.

Brahmi Bacopa monniera by Caroline Robertson Caroline Robertson and Rama Prasad outline the medicinal properties of the herb Brahmi, which is extensively used in Ayurveda and tooted as a brain booster

Annette Loudon speaks on Yoga and Disability Annette Loudon has taught yoga for the disabled for many years. Here she talks about how specific yoga practices have assisted her students with their disabilities

Don't Worry Be Happy Article by Eva Norlyk Smith Eva Norlyk Smith interviews Amy Weintraub, Yoga and depression expert, on how Yoga can combat depression

ESSENCE of Health Care by Dr Craig Hassed Dr Craig Hassed explains his ESSENCE of health program

From Coma to Yoga Dr. Shirley Telles is the world's most prominent Yoga researcher. In this interview for The Art of Healing magazine, Shirley discusses her research into Yoga and cancer, obesity, and the brain. She also talks about the work she has done with the Dalai Lama.

Leigh Blashki talks about becoming a Yoga Therapist Trina Bawden-Smith from Enlightened Events interviews internationally acclaimed Yoga therapist, Leigh Blashki, about the benefits of becoming a yoga therapist and what to expect if you undertake the Graduate Certificate in Yoga Therapy.

Painful Knees and all such things by James Bone Physio, yoga therapist and Bowen therapist, James Bone, suggests some practical methods for dealing with knee pain.

Research - Yoga reduces irregular heartbeat by Amy Weintraub Amy Weintraub outlines a study which indicates that three yoga classes a week can help reduce irregular heartbeat by almost half and may help prevent stroke

Research Validation of Meditative States by Amy Weintraub This article summarises research by Dr. Shirley Tellesm which compares what happens in the brain during the yogic practices of dharana and dhyana

Research Yoga helps breast cancer patients with mood, immune response and fatigue by Amy Weintraub Amy Weintraub summarises three research studies which have shown to help breast cancer patients with anxiety, depression, fatigue, stress.

Research Yoga nidra reduces anxiety in women with menstrual disorders by Amy Weintraub Amy Weintraub outlines a study which shows in women with menstrual disorders and mild to moderate anxiety and depressive symptoms, yoga nidra significantly reduced their anxiety and depression

Review of AYTC2011 by Cari Havican Yoga therapist, Cari Havican, reviews the inaugural Australian Yoga Therapy Conference in June 2011. She gives an overview of all the speakers and their presentations.

Strong Abs and Core Control by James Bone Physio, yoga therapist and Bowen therapist, James Bone, explains the confusion between abdominal strengthening and core control

The Breath Foundation Michael de Manincor outlines the role and purpose of the Breath Foundation (now called the Yoga Foundation), which provides Yoga for disadvantaged members of the community

The Good Life ABC Radio "Holy Basil" with Rama Prasad Dr. Rama Prasad describes the healing properties of the herb, basil

The Sexual Energy Elixir by Caroline Robertson Caroline Robertson reveals research that indicates that satisfying sex can heal the mind and body

Yoga and Mental Health in Children by Dr. Shirley Telles Dr. Shirley Telles is a neurophysiologist and internationally acclaimed Yoga researcher. In this article she outlines Yoga's diverse applications in improving mental health in children. Topics includes ADHD, stress, self-esteem, eating disorders, diabetes, concentration and more.

Yoga for people with physical limitations by Annette Loudon Annette Loudon details her experiences teaching Yoga to those with conditions, including cerebral palsy, MS, and quadriplegia