Here are some articles from earlier issues of Australian Yoga LIFE which can be downloaded by clicking on the title links. If you use for anything other than your own reading please credit with the words:
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Beginning yoga is like standing on the shore of a perfectly still lake. As you step in the reflection is disturbed, but as you grow accustomed to the lake and it to you the perfect reflection returns and with it also the ability to see what lies beneath.
Yoga teacher Eileen Hall talks about her journey and recovery from cancer.
How yoga is an anchor of peace against lifes harshest blows.
By selfless service to others we inevitably help ourselves.
Adele Barlow discusses the challenge of Dancer Pose and how this can reflect our willingness to take a risk.
A moving account of one womans healing journey to claim back her yoga practice.
Confessions of a lapsed yogi
Duncan Peak reveals how asana can be used as a vehicle for self-discovery
How does one find their dharma? Mary-Louise takes us on a personal journey and discovers the joy of giving.
Wheelchair yoga empowers a Sydney group of students and teacher in ways unimagined.
Peggy Hailstone talks to three yoga teachers who have worked in prisons, and briefly examines contemporary research on yoga in prisons.