giveaway! study yoga for digestive health, meridians & the pelvic floor with yoga u online

Knitted digestive system via

Knitted digestive system via

It’s way too hot to practice yoga or think about yoga. In this kind of heat, all you can do is lie down and passively receive information. Online study is the perfect way to pass away long hot summer afternoons spent lying on your couch with the fan pointed directly at you.

IAYB and beloved sponsor Yoga U Online have a cool summer treat for you: one of three awesome online yoga studies. You could win one of the following webinars!

Yoga for Digestive Health with Baxter Bell, M.D. (July 23 & 25)
Subtle Yoga: Enlivening the Healing Power of the Meridians in Yoga Asanas with Kristine Kaoverii Weber (August 8 & 12)
Finding Your Root: Balancing Your Foundational Core and the Pelvic Floor Muscles with Leslie Howard (August 19 & 26)

To enter, simply leave a comment below* by 8pm EST Sunday, July 21, 2013. Three names will be chosen at random and notified by email.

Bonus: Check out this FREE download with Dr. Baxter Bell, as he illuminates the digestive system and how yoga can be of benefit.

* Please note that everyone who leaves a comment will be signed up for IAYB’s weekly email list. Write OPT OUT at the end of your comment if you’d rather not be added.

  1. Yoga fires up your digestive track and keeps it moving. It is also reduces stress witch is major problem for many of us these days and if you consider that IBS and other tummy problems are induced by stress you hold in your body natures best medicine.
    I love Yoga it has healed my body.

  2. I am very interested in yoga to strengthen the pelvic floor as I have just recently been diagnosed with interstitial cystitis and have been instructed by my doctors to begin pelvic floor therapy.

  3. sounds awesome!

  4. If I could knit, the first thing I would do would be to knit my own digestive system. Cool!

  5. I love Baxter Bell and all of his blogs on yoga for everything. And I do think yoga is for everything and everybody

  6. Being a registered yoga teacher & a life-time student…I’m always interested in continuing to learn how amazing yoga is for us ~ it’s so beyond the postures…truly, asanas are an amazing compliment to what yoga is all about <3 thank you for this offering…I hope to join in & learn with you all 🙂 namaste

  7. This is great

  8. Very interested in yoga for digestive health! But meridians and pelvic floor health also useful.

  9. I’m definitely interesting in expanding my yoga practice/teaching with one of these courses!! Thanks!

  10. Always after great information, like what Baxter, Kristine, and Leslie offer, to share with my Yoga students!

  11. Just downloaded the Baxter Bell freebie. Can’t wait to sit down and listen to it. In Ayurveda, the digestive system is the root of all health. Om Shanti

  12. Would love to take Baxter’s class as my husband has been struggling with Celiac Disease and digestion most of his life.

  13. Would love to win this, I’ve been struggling with IBS for over 18 years.

  14. All of these sound great. Particularly interested in pelvic floor and digestion 🙂

  15. I’d love to take any of these classes!
    I’d also love for someone to knit me that super-awesome digestive system…

  16. All of the yogauonline classes I have done have been brilliant. I am crossing my fingers that I will be lucky! Any of these would be great!

  17. They all sound great and as a yoga teacher I would love it!

  18. Baxter Bell is a great teacher so looking forward to learning about digestive health from him!!!

  19. Baxter Bell is the Bomb!!!

  20. I would love to take all of these classes! It’s winter here in Sydney – but you have to love the online world – class rooms with no borders! Please please please think of us down under. 🙂

  21. Wonderful!

  22. Yum, yum, gimme some 🙂

  23. I have taken several courses from Yoga U and was pleased at the chance to experience top teachers from my home. These new courses all sound good.

  24. love to do any of these

  25. I had ulcerative colitis at a young age. Now I am without a large intestine. I am now a yoga instructor. Learning any of these courses would be helpful.
    Yoga had helped me in more ways than I can list here. And learning more is just interesting and beneficial.

  26. First of all, the picture is amazing – that’s my next crocheting project!

    Second, all of these classes sound fabulous; I work full time on a farm, and any way I help strengthen, heal, or understanding the workings of my body is one more way I can stay healthy and excited for work!

  27. As an instructor, would love the opportunity to expand my knowledge 🙂

  28. I feel so lucky to have stumbled across this before the deadline this evening!

    I have had a really difficult bout of digestive struggles during the last 4 years, and I’ve only recently begun to figure things out. I would relish the opportunity to learn more about supporting my guts in my yoga practice.

  29. I’m currently in school studying holistic nutrition and am hoping to start yoga instructor training in February to incorporate yoga therapy into my future wellness practice. How cool would it be to win this?!