Baxter Bell

Baxter Bell

BAXTER BELL, MD, has been combining his interests in medicine, yoga, acupuncture, healing, and healthy aging for many years. He teaches yoga in the US and internationally and runs teacher training programs. He is past director of the Deep Yoga Training at Piedmont Yoga Studio in Oakland, CA, and serves as adjunct faculty on teacher training programs and therapeutic yoga trainings around the country. Baxter also combines his experience as a family physician with training in medical acupuncture, maintaining a complementary medical practice, where he focuses on acupuncture and therapeutic yoga.

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The Most Popular Posts from the Yoga for Healthy Aging Blog

by Nina Zolotow, author of Yoga for Healthy Aging Because the sixth anniversary of the Yoga for Healthy Aging blog is coming up next week, I thought I’d check to see what our nine most popular—or at least most viewed—posts were over all time. (Nine seems like a random number but for...
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Yoga for Balance | An Excerpt from Yoga for Healthy Aging

We have excerpted the chapter “Yoga for Balance” from Yoga for Healthy Aging: A Guide to Lifelong Well-Being by Baxter Bell and Nina Zolotow. This chapter describes balance, how yoga can improve balance, and yoga practices to increase your balance. Click here to read “Yoga for Balance”...
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Coming to Your Senses in Yoga Poses

by Nina Zolotow, author of Yoga for Healthy Aging Asana works to steady the mind through a focus on physical sensation, breath, or drishti (gaze). If we can bring that same focus into our Accessible Yoga practice, we quickly realize that the outward appearance of a pose is not a sign of...
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