yoga research study

According to a new, comprehensive review of yoga research, reviews, and meta-analyses published in Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice, the field of yoga research has grown exponentially in the past 5 years, with nearly 200 studies being published annually. As we continue to gain evidence into how yogic principles and practices can be used to maintain and restore health, we will be more equipped to use these technologies in our daily lives, and incorporate them into mainstream health care.

Study: Yoga Can Restore Balance for Stroke Survivors

What do downward-facing dog, tree pose, and child pose have to do with stroke survivors? According to a new study, these yoga postures, as well as other yoga movements can restore balance and significantly reduce the risk of falling for stroke patients with stroke-related movement impairment. Read more

Statins for High Cholesterol: Big Drugs, Little Benefit?

Natural ways to counteract high cholesterol without drugs. Read more

Ayurvedic Tips for Lowering Cholesterol Naturally

To lower cholesterol naturally, Ayurveda doesn’t just focus on cholesterol lowering foods, but rather on dietary recommendations, which will balance the overall fat metabolism of the body. Read more

Yoga Supports A Healthy, Happy Heart, Study Finds

True happiness and health can only be found deep within your own heart. A new study finds yoga to be a window within. Read more
yoga for stroke victims

Yoga Therapy Study Gives Hope to Stroke Victims

People who have had strokes experience symptoms like difficulty or loss of speech, weakness of limbs, and balance difficulties. A recent study conducted by the VA Medical Center of Indiana found that yoga can... Read more

Cleveland Clinic’s ‘Lifestyle 180’ Adds Yoga Therapy as Lifestyle Intervention

Using yoga, Cleveland Clinic’s Lifestyle 180 program has had great success helping relieve symptoms of patients with chronic conditions. Read more