Research

Yoga & Meditation

Yoga and Meditation Research: The mind wants to know, the body wants to feel. It is important to feed them both. When you know why you are doing something, it increases your resolve to practice and deepens the psychological benefits.

Strengthen the mind-body connection by reading up on all of the wonderful ways that the world of modern medicine is proving the effects of these ancient practices.

Visit the following sites for comprehensive lists of research on yoga and meditation.

For the most comprehensive database of all published research, visit the US National Library of Medicine’s incredible database. Search on any topic of interest and all available published research will appear.

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