Yoga is a practice of spiritual and physical growth, healing, and action. At its best it is a practice that welcomes all in the betterment of ourselves and the world around us.
Yoga does not exist above or separate from what's
The following blog was written by Sarit Rogers as part of YBIC’s monthly column that highlights how the practice of yoga can be an integral component in the effective treatment of and on-going recovery from eating disorders and disordered eating.
This year YBIC was honored to be a participating organization in the inaugural World Eating Disorders Action Day which took place on June 2, 2016. We united with organizations and activists representing 40 countries to increase awareness, eradicate myths and
"Hiding Behind Healthy"
Exercise can be the Perfect Hiding Place for Eating Disorders and This Needs to Change
The following blog was written by Robyn Baker as part of YBIC’s on-going partnership with World Eating Disorders Action Day. To learn more about
The following content was written by Nikki Cook for worldeatingdisorderday.org and has been cross-posted with permission. For the original article, see here.
“Wow, you look great!” “You have had three kids?” “Whatever you are doing, it’s working!”
I have heard this, and similar comments,
Conversations with Modern Yogis - a Yoga and Body Image Coalition dialogue series in collaboration with Zubin Shroff and Piedmont Yoga
Friday, June 3 | GreenTree Yoga and Meditation | Los Angeles, CA | 8:15 - 9:30 pm
Opening the weekend June 3rd, we have a
Watch our #whatayogilookslike video.