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Miracle of Yoga Practices Community in a New Blog

GOLDEN, CO–(Marketwired – Aug 14, 2013) – Miracle of Yoga announces that it has begun a new blog, called “One World: Interview with Yogis” to connect with other teachers and students of yoga. Whether the blog reader is a novice or can complete advanced yoga sequences, everyone is welcome to join in.

Each blog will focus on one yogi, in an interview-style conversation with questions and answers. The person will reveal his or her journey to yoga, what the motivating factors are, and some of the biggest challenges in practicing that discipline.

The purpose of the blog is to expand the community of those who practice and love yoga. This will make the idea of yoga therapy a community experience and benefit, not simply belonging to the individual.

A new blog will be posted every Sunday. They will be connected to the studio’s existing blog but with a wider scope and people-oriented subject matter.

There is always some connectivity and community among those who practice yoga in the same studio. But the connections between studios or among people who practice on their own are slim. Christian Leeby, owner of Miracle of Yoga, wants to change that by beginning conversations with a myriad of people who enjoy yoga.

“What we really want,” says Leeby from his local studio, “is to inspire people to connect and talk about their experiences. Over time, the column will represent the diversity of the global family practicing and benefiting from yoga.”

The learning experience is key, especially for people just beginning the practice of yoga. They will read the stories, struggles, and triumphs of people who have practiced the discipline for years. The long-time yogis who can perform advanced yoga sequences will have a platform for sharing their physical and spiritual lessons.

At the same time, new students of yoga will be able to share their stories to inspire others.

Readers are able to post questions or comments and the yogi can respond. This is the “conversation” portion, allowing a healthy dialogue and exchange of ideas. As the conversations occur, the community of those who love yoga begins to take shape.

To join the conversation with the yogis or learn for more information, please visit www.miracleofyoga.com.


Miracle of Yoga Launches Line of Prenatal Yoga Videos

GOLDEN, CO–(Marketwired – Aug 28, 2013) – Miracle of Yoga announces the release of its new line of yoga videos, which are created specifically for women practicing prenatal yoga. All the yoga positions will be safe and health-building for both the mother and the baby.

Owner of the studio, Christian Leeby, has wanted to provide these helpful videos for some time now. They are part of a move to diversify the ever-growing body of videos and instructions available on the Miracle of Yoga website. By teaching yoga for pregnant women, Leeby is able to address a growing need in the community.

The new line of yoga videos will be geared toward meeting the various needs of pregnant women. Topics will include working toward safe fitness, maintaining body stability, relieving physical tension, breathing properly, and reducing many of the common pregnancy pains. Yoga positions and instructions will be geared specifically toward varying stages of pregnancy. All classes will help to calm mental and emotional stresses as well as mitigating physical tension.

The yoga studio will add at least one new prenatal video a month. These videos will be posted in a growing library that includes 15-minute classes, sun salutations, back care, and office yoga.

“Yoga is the best exercise for pregnancy,” states Leeby, “as long as you are careful to avoid those yoga poses that should not be practiced. Yoga is safe and effective in helping the soon-to-be mom deal with the physical and mental stresses of carrying a baby.”

Since prenatal care differs from general physical wellbeing and often requires more thoughtfulness on the part of the mother, this line of classes will meet an important need. Yoga for pregnant women is a category often overlooked by teachers, but Leeby aims to change that. These videos will explain essential elements of prenatal care, not only for women in the yoga community but also for those women simply seeking the best care during their pregnancies.

For more information and to begin watching prenatal yoga videos, please visit www.miracleofyoga.com.


Miracle of Yoga Practices Community in a New Blog

GOLDEN, CO–(Marketwired – Aug 14, 2013) – Miracle of Yoga announces that it has begun a new blog, called “One World: Interview with Yogis” to connect with other teachers and students of yoga. Whether the blog reader is a novice or can complete advanced yoga sequences, everyone is welcome to join in.

 

Each blog will focus on one yogi, in an interview-style conversation with questions and answers. The person will reveal his or her journey to yoga, what the motivating factors are, and some of the biggest challenges in practicing that discipline.

 

The purpose of the blog is to expand the community of those who practice and love yoga. This will make the idea of yoga therapy a community experience and benefit, not simply belonging to the individual.

 

A new blog will be posted every Sunday. They will be connected to the studio’s existing blog but with a wider scope and people-oriented subject matter.

 

There is always some connectivity and community among those who practice yoga in the same studio. But the connections between studios or among people who practice on their own are slim. Christian Leeby, owner of Miracle of Yoga, wants to change that by beginning conversations with a myriad of people who enjoy yoga.

 

“What we really want,” says Leeby from his local studio, “is to inspire people to connect and talk about their experiences. Over time, the column will represent the diversity of the global family practicing and benefiting from yoga.”

 

The learning experience is key, especially for people just beginning the practice of yoga. They will read the stories, struggles, and triumphs of people who have practiced the discipline for years. The long-time yogis who can perform advanced yoga sequences will have a platform for sharing their physical and spiritual lessons.

 

At the same time, new students of yoga will be able to share their stories to inspire others.

 

Readers are able to post questions or comments and the yogi can respond. This is the “conversation” portion, allowing a healthy dialogue and exchange of ideas. As the conversations occur, the community of those who love yoga begins to take shape.

 

To join the conversation with the yogis or learn for more information, please visit www.miracleofyoga.com.

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Miracle of Yoga Prepares for Winter Ayurvedic India Retreat

GOLDEN, CO–(Marketwired – Aug 1, 2013) – Yoga, a discipline practiced for its challenging motions involving self-awareness, intense concentration and a sense of higher consciousness, has been around for centuries. Originating in India, this ancient practice has only recently gained popularity in the United States.

 

This winter, Miracle of Yoga owner and certified yoga instructor, Christian Leeby, will be taking yoga back to its roots. Leeby and enthusiastic students will be traveling to Mysore, India, a place where many traditional yoga practices originated, to immerse themselves in an ayurvedic yoga retreat from December 10-19th.

 

The 10-day retreat is open to individuals of all ages and yoga-skill levels. Participants will receive multiple ayurvedic treatments, depending on individual packages, while relaxing at the Indus Valley Ayurvedic Center. Daily yoga classes, comfortable lodging, impeccable food and daily excursions throughout the local area are all available.

 

“You can think of ayurvedic treatments as different types of massages that have specific healing effects,” Leeby said. “The ayurvedic body treatments are super healing, both physically and emotionally.”

 

Leeby, retreat group leader, will be teaching daily yoga classes, including beginner yoga and advanced yoga sequences. “Mentally and spiritually, it’s quite a perspective change to be in India,” he said. “Mainly because of the devotion they exhibit.” Leeby has traveled to India a total of six times and last attended the Mysore retreat in 2009 with a group of 18 students.

 

“Everyone should experience India,” he said. “Magical things happen there.”

 

Leeby is owner of Miracle of Yoga, an online yoga community dedicated to helping individuals grow in their practice from the comfort of their own home. Leeby regularly updates his video library with numerous yoga videos throughout the week. He offers in-depth teaching in yoga poses, tips and full-length classes.

 

Students can make inquires about the India retreat by e-mailing Leeby at Christian@yogaretreatindia.com or by visiting the Yoga Retreat in India Web site at http://www.yogaretreatinindia.com/.

 

Leeby can also be contacted through the Miracle of Yoga Web site at http://www.miracleofyoga.com/.

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Miracle of Yoga launches improved Web site design

Golden, CO (July 16, 2013) – In today’s age, free time is a luxury. In a time conscious era, it only makes sense to squeeze in what you can, when you can. This applies to Christian Leeby’s concept of yoga. He created Miracle of Yoga in 2010 as an online yoga video network, so people could practice yoga anywhere, anytime and at their own individual pace.

 

“If you want to feel better, practice yoga,” Leeby said. “There’s no other type of exercise that supports overall health while strengthening and opening the whole body.”

 

This month, Leeby rolled out a new Web design for Miracle of Yoga, featuring a vast library of free online yoga classes and poses and free yoga tips. Leeby’s videos range in length from quick, 5 minute poses to full hour-long yoga classes and he accommodates yogis from beginner to advanced levels.

 

The improved Miracle of Yoga site also boasts a blog, which is updated daily. The blog is a resource for individuals to gather information regarding recently published videos, health and yoga tips, yoga instruction and conversations with other yoga-enthusiasts.

 

In addition to the redesign of the Web site, Miracle of Yoga has taken a more active role on social media accounts, posting regularly to Facebook, Google+ and Twitter. Yogis are encouraged to join in the conversation and get involved in discussions.

 

Miracle of Yoga looks to grow dramatically within the upcoming months by creating an online forum for people to visit for access to consistently updated yoga workout videos, workouts, poses and tips.

 

This new website allows anyone who has internet connection to get the fantastic benefits of yoga, and, it provides something for everyone,” Leeby said. “If you’re out of shape and need to start slowly, there’s a class for you. If your back hurts and you only want a 5 minute practice, you’ll find it on the site. If you’re a passionate yogi who’s been practicing for years, you’ll find helpful instruction that will improve your existing practice.”

 

Yogis can find a suitable practice via the Miracle of Yoga Web site at http://miracleofyoga.com/.

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Miracle of Yoga welcomes author of “How to Attain Enlightenment”

Golden, Colorado (June 21, 2013) – Miracle of Yoga, an online yoga video site and physical studio located in beautiful Golden, Colorado, is proud to welcome James Swartz, author of “How to Attain Enlightenment.”

 

Swartz will be teaching a series of classes regarding Advaita Vedanta on June 28-30, 2013 at the Miracle of Yoga studio. Registration and more information about the three-day class schedule can be found on the Miracle of Yoga Web site at http://www.miracleofyoga.com/the-direct-path-to-self-realization/.

 

Advaita Vedanta is a proven means of self-knowledge and self-realization that has been setting people free for thousands of years. It is not a religion, a faith or belief system, but rather the way in which individuals perceive themselves. According to Swartz, “Vedanta reveals the unexamined logic of your own experience.”

 

“Swartz is a normal guy from Montana who realized the true self at the age of 30,” said Christian Leeby, owner and teacher at Miracle of Yoga. “Now, at 71 years old, he is a master teacher.”

 

For over 40 years, Swartz has traveled the world teaching this practice to others. He never charges for his classes, but donations are accepted.

 

“If you’re interested in freedom, you should know about Swartz,” said Leeby, who produces free online yoga videos. “You are not your mind, body or emotions; you are the pure awareness that observes those things. Come learn how to actualize this knowledge and set yourself free forever.”

 

Registration is required to partake in the weekend session and participants can e-mail Leeby at Christian@yogaman.com. Free parking is available.

 

Miracle of Yoga is an online yoga community dedicated to providing information for individuals looking to better their yoga practice. Yogis of all skill levels, including beginner’s yoga, can find a suitable practice via their Web site, which is full of videos and blogs. In addition to videos, Miracle of Yoga stresses proper alignment and techniques throughout each practice.

 

Additional information and videos can be viewed from Miracle of Yoga’s Web site at www.miracleofyoga.com.

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