Ware, C. J. (2009, updated 2013). Why yoga, massage, and psychotherapy in a medical building? Download PDF. (Article written for and published by Mind-Body Services).
Ware, C. J. (2009, July/Aug). Relaxing into motherhood with prenatal yoga and massage. Yoga Living, 11(1), 40. Download PDF.
Ware, C. J. (2007, July/Aug). The intersection of yoga and psychotherapy. Yoga Living, 9(1), 30, 32-33, 49. Download PDF.
Ware, C. J. (2007, Jan/Feb). Yoga, meditation, and psychotherapy. Yoga Living, 8(4), 12-13. Download PDF.
Ware, C. (2006, Nov/Dec). Yoga for children and adolescents.Yoga Living, 8(3), 28. Download PDF.
Sites related to Kali Ray TriYoga
Devi Peetham website
TriYoga Center of Central Pennsylvania website (State College, PA) and Theresa Shay
Devi Yoga Center (Sebastopol, CA) and Kashi
Datta Peetham website & information about Swamiji (Sri Ganapati Sachchidananda Swamiji)
Other yoga-related sites
Suppliers of yoga props and items
From Kali Ray TriYoga:
Free the Hips DVD
Free the Spine DVD
Gentle Cardio DVD
Yoga for Kids DVD
Yoga for Two DVD
Level 1 (The science of body-mind health and fitness) VHS
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