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How To Start Your First Steps In Yoga

Beginning in yoga can be intimidating. The terminologies alone can confuse you especially when you have just heard them the first time. Here is a compilation of yoga poses which, beginners like you can start with. 1. The Sun Salutations This is the core of Yoga itself. This exercise is a combination…

Which Among Yoga Vinyasas Are Right For You

In yoga, you would most likely think first of poses that emphasise self awareness and flexibility.  You can through poses called yoga vinyasas. In these vinyasas, the poses are done in a free-flowing sequence that adds to your overall yoga experience. While your yoga teacher is trained to create vinyasas…

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Benefits of Yoga After The Age Of 50

While many yoga classes across the country seem to cater to the youthful enthusiast who wants to sweat his or her way through an hour-and-a-half workout, a growing number of longtime yoga devotees are raising questions about the best way to safely continue a yoga practice into midlife and beyond….

What is Yoga Nidra?

This relaxation/meditation technique originated in India, but, like most modern yoga, has been modified and Westernized to suit the needs of contemporary students. Though yoga nidra is translated as “yogic sleep,” this method is not really about getting in a good snooze. Guided by a teacher’s voice, you identify sensations…

Yoga’s role in total fitness

To exercise your inner self, take the time to step off the treadmill and concentrate on the here and now, says Michelle Bridges. Try this for a moment: for the next five minutes, concentrate on your breathing, and nothing else. Take long, deep breaths, relax your body and don’t let…

Yoga, Tai Chi, and the State of Zen

Nowadays, people are so conscious about their health and body figure. Many health professionals claim that they now enjoy a stress and anxiety-free lifestyle because of their Tai Chi and Yoga lessons. Studies show that these kinds of exercise do have beneficial effects on the mind and body. These religious-philosophical movements gave…

Yoga For Children

Just like adults kids need something relaxing to turn into and that could be: Yoga. Yoga for kids helps then develop better body awareness, it also delivers to them a total self-control, flexibility and coordination. All of these they could carry not just on their class but this exercises can…

Your Connection With The Mind, Body, And Spirit

Yoga’s purpose is unifying the body, mind, and spirit. A series of postures, breathing exercises, and meditation achieve this connection. With the integration of the body, mind and spirit, you can attain a physical and mental balance in your life as well as abundant inner peace. The practice of yoga…

Common Types of Yoga – What Is The Difference

What is the difference between common yoga and the not so common yoga, nothing only one is practiced on a wider scale than the other.  It is up to each individual and their preferences to what form of exercise they choose to practise. Some common types of yoga are performed…

Getting the most from Yoga

Yoga is not only an extremely popular form of exercise, but depending on the form you practice, can be exciting or calming, social or meditative, energizing or relaxing. No matter which of these best describes your yoga class, here are a few tips to help you get the most out…

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Corona's yoga journey began in her early 20's when she introduced herself to yoga for nothing more than curiosity and has been hooked ever since.

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