Pratyahara

Of the eight limbs of Yoga, Pratyahara is the fifth limb and occupies the central position. It is the link between the outer aspects and the inner aspects of yoga and helps us to move between the two levels. It is impossible to move from the asanas to meditation; from physical plane to the mental… [Read More]

Pranayama

Pranayama is the fourth of the eight limbs of yoga, as outlined by Patanjali in the Yoga Sutras. Pranayama as yogic breathing is the science of controlling the breath. In this yogic practice, you learn to control measure and even direct your breath. It works on the principle that when the inspired breath is neutralized… [Read More]

Asanas (Yoga Postures)

Yoga asanas are the physical aspect of Yoga wherein the physical postures are practiced to implement healthy living and help us link the eight limbs, creating a mind/body connection and deeper spirituality. Most people associate the asanas as yoga as they are not familiar with the other limbs of Yoga Sutra of Patanjali. However, each… [Read More]

Niyamas

Niyama or code of living or laws for personal observance is not an exercise to be completed but an attitude. As one of the Äshtanga of yoga, as per Patanjali, Niyamas are more personal than Yamas. These are the rules of righteous living that an individual adopts for his or her own to achieve higher… [Read More]

Private Yoga and Yoga Therapy

Private Yoga and Yoga Therapy in Nashville, TN White Crow Yoga currently offers 1 on 1 Private Yoga Training and Yoga Therapy in Nashville, TN. Private Training is a great way to ease into a new Yoga program, and will provide you with a personalized program that you can stick with in order to help… [Read More]

Welcome to our new website!

Welcome to White Crow Yoga’s new website! We have been anticipating this site for a while and are excited about the changes it will bring for our students. Our main goals with the new site are: 1) Put everything in one place for our distance learners. Before the update, you had to go to multiple… [Read More]