Feel Better Through Yoga and Relaxation
Peggy Cappy's Yoga For The Rest of Us DVDs are seen nationwide on PBS. For more than forty years, Peggy Cappy has been practicing and teaching yoga, meditation, and guided relaxation. Peggy's gentle yoga approach helps students reduce stress and create greater comfort and ease in body, mind, and spirit.
Peggy offers student workshops for students of all levels, including beginners with physical restrictions, teacher training, and special events near Peterborough NH and at Kripalu in Lenox Massachusetts. <More Information>
- Workshop - At Kripalu - July 6-11, 2014 Sunday-Friday
- Teacher Training - In Peterborough, NH - June 22-27, 2014 Sunday-Friday
Peggy says: “Just as I have made it my mission to make yoga poses accessible to all, my new audio CD, Easy Breathing Exercises, guides you through practices you can use to immediately improve the way you feel.” <More Information>
These breathing exercises are easy to learn. Once learned, you can do them whenever you want. Or continue to be guided by Peggy's soothing voice each time you wish to learn.
Peggy is pleased to release her newest yoga program, Easy Yoga: The Secret to Strength and Balance, the seventh in her Yoga for the Rest of Us series.
Strength and Balance
We used to think that the effects of aging, loss of strength and balance, were inevitable.
Our ability to stay in balance does decline with age. The change may happen so slowly that you may not even notice it until you reach the 70s.<More Information>
In Easy Yoga for Easing Pain, Peggy provides a path to relief for you if you suffer from varying levels of pain in your muscles or joints.
Peggy's Easy Yoga for Easing Pain DVD demonstrates yoga movements that can increase your flexibility, reduce joint pain, even combat fatigue and enhance overall well-being. Unrelenting joint pain can be a result of arthritis, injury, or repetitive motion, and it can affect anyone.
Experience the wealth of your inner self without traveling father than your own home. Meditate with Peggy and you will find out how easy and rewarding meditation can be. <More Information>
A great deal of disease is created by stress. When you release the negative effects of stress, your body can heal itself from many problems. Relief can be generated through simple activities that take only minutes a day.
Setting aside just 10 to 20 minutes a day for mediation will help you feel calmer, happier, and healthier.
Arthritis is the leading cause of disability in the US, affecting some 37 million people. In this DVD Peggy shows how yoga can relieve stiffness, reduce pain and fatigue, and improve muscle and bone strength. <Peggy's Store>
Yoga promotes health through physical movement. Simple yoga poses circulate oxygen and nutrients through the body and help remove toxins and wastes from tissues and cells.
Peggy's Essentials for Every Body Collection contains the following three DVDs for one low price.
Three DVD Collection #2 - Health and Fitness
Peggy's Health & Fitness Collection contains the following three DVDs for one low price.
Peggy traveled to India in 2012. She visited the Sri Lalita Mahila Samajam orphanage/ashram and personally reviewed the construction that was financed though donations she has collected over the past year. She is currently collecting her notes and writing a new India trip report that will be posted on her website within the next few weeks.
When one travels to exotic lands such as India, there are revelations that take one by surprise. From past travels to India, I knew to expect chaos and confusion, mystery and awe. Anyone who has traveled there knows what I mean.
But in the midst of chaos all around, there is a place that is the center which is "I", a center of peace and presence (just as the eye at the center of a hurricane is a place of powerful peace and stillness).
My experiences in India have taught me that regardless of what is happening around me, I can move into a center that is perfect peace. I can meet others who live from their center. Those meetings are extraordinary, transcending ordinary time and space. <Read more about 2011 India Trip>