Online Yoga Classes help former Women Inmates to Transition Back into Society in Zen-like Fashion(Storrs CT, USA)
December 21, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Health News- To help former inmates make the sometime difficult transition to living back on ‘the outside’ www.YogaUniverse.com has offered a two month free membership to a group of women making that transition in New England. The women are provided with unlimited access to online yoga videos for stress-relief and as encouragement to building improved self-image. The resources that the women have access to on the website include:
· All levels of yoga videos that vary in length and style—from Vinyasa Flow yoga to Ashtanga style.
· Breath-work (pranayama) videos with guided techniques to cleanse the body of toxins and stress, calm the mind and ease anxiety.
· Guided meditation videos that lead through the process of calming the mind and following the breath to a place of ease and internal quiet.
· Articles on yoga and health, such as, “What the Heck is Yoga Anyway?” http://www.yogauniverse.com/public/93.cfm and “How Do I Make Time for a Yoga Practice? And Why Should I?” http://www.yogauniverse.com/public/99.cfm
· Yoga Posture Tutorials that break down each yoga posture into simple and easy to understand steps and show how to avoid common mistakes.
Founder,Tiffany Chion, was praised in the December issue of Yoga Magazine as, “Yoga’s New Secret,” and is known for her fiery and fun teaching personality. YogaUniverse is enjoying a growing online yoga presence.
YogaUniverse is passionate about making yoga available globally to people from all walks of life. If you are involved in a project like the re-introduction of former inmates back into society, “at-risk” youth, or working with cancer patients and think a free online yoga membership would be of benefit for your group, please contact Tiffany Chion at firstname.lastname@example.org. There is absolutely no fee and no credit card information requested. This is simply just a gift for people that will love yoga and benefit from exposure to the ancient health practice as they go through potentially difficult challenges in their lives.