Yoga and meditation are essential in living a health and wellness lifestyle. Longevity highlights yoga poses, celebrities, trends, and fads.
Breaking Up with Yoga (Sort of)
I’m just 1 person learning what sort of workouts my body is meant for… and what sort it isn’t. I have people in my life who swear by yoga and practice it daily. I’ve done enough of it to understand the benefits of a good flow. It’s like meditating with your body and stretching it so it’s able to do more fore you at the same time.
Yoga with Two-face the cat.
Yoga, whenever I do it, I feel like some of the weight that is on my shoulders has lifted. It not only helps me fight my mental health but also helps my flexibility and strength. (Let me tell you I am weak ha-ha). Now doing it with Two-face makes it even more interesting and fun. Two-face is not a boy she’s a girl. It was the only name I could like of when she was born. Really should be Three-Quarter face truly. (And yes Two-face as in Harvey Two-face from Batman.)
My Problem Wasn’t My Size. It Was My Scoliosis.
We were near the end of an early morning yoga class when the instructor cued us to move into bow pose. I moved onto my stomach and tried to grab my ankles so that I could draw them towards my shoulder blades.
The Different Styles of Yoga
So I think many of you by now have heard of the many benefits of yoga. Countless celebrities are constantly talking about the effects yoga has on their minds and bodies. So when you start to research local yoga glasses you may think yoga is yoga but you would be wrong. There are many different types of yoga with different benefits. No style you choose is wrong but a lot of people have a preference for different styles.
How Yoga Teacher Training In Rishikesh Can Help You Become A Yoga Teacher Without Being An Expert
A general rule of thumb in any educational profession is that you must know the subject well before teaching others. Else, you won't have the option to give right direction or disclose a theme well to your understudies. We have all experienced in any event one educator who was that way and we abhorred them. By that same logic, yoga teaching should require at least a few years of training in yoga. However, this is a misconception. We are not saying that you can take yoga teacher training and instantly start teaching without ever having done yoga before. However, you surely can do so with a year or so of training. If you willing to get the best and beneficial results, you definitely lookout for yoga teacher training in Rishikesh. The rich yoga heritage of the city will help you receive authentic training and reach your full potential.
How to Get More Flexible for Yoga
One of the biggest myths of yoga is that you need to be flexible to practice it. You don’t. In fact, you should practice yoga to get more flexible.
I Did Yoga Every Day For 30 Days And Loved It
I really enjoy yoga, but I have always been very sporadic with my yoga practice. For a long time I have wanted to incorporate yoga more into my life, to make it part of every day.
YOGA BURN REVIEW (BY ZOE BRAY-COTTON)
Yoga Burn is an imaginative 12-week program intended for ladies who need to reshape their body, support their digestion, and get those exemplary yoga goods. However, does it truly get results? What's more, is it worth the money? We should discover...
Reclaim Power Over Your Mind By Pairing Yin Yoga with Affirmations
In our busy 21st-century world, we're constantly interrupted, our attention pulled in all directions every minute of the day.
A Veteran Teacher answers your Assumptions about "Yoga People"
I recently did a Social Media survey where my followers could make assumptions about "Yoga People". Needles to say, they were ALL fun. It is pretty wild to me how many think that we are these calm, peaceful beings. I assure you, most of us are not. Especially Western practitioners. I took the results and chose my favorites to answer for a Youtube video. But, I felt this was a good "bloggable" moment, as well. As a practitioner, and teacher, of Yoga since 2004 I did my best to react to these in a fun and thoughtful way. So, here is the long form version of "Answering your Assumptions - The "Yoga People" Edition.
Imagine the country of India a couple thousand years ago. No vehicles, no cellphones and no loud-speakers. Now imagine somebody sitting on the banks of the River Ganges in deep meditation, with only the sounds of the rushing water, native bird calls and an occasional conch shell blown to signal prayer ceremonies at the temple nearby. In this setting - where there are no distractions and the concept of time and space fades to the background - it was very possible to meditate for hours.
Beyond meditation: 5 reasons to include yoga in your sports routine
Although too many the 'asanas' (postures) may seem relaxed and even ridiculous, yoga is a discipline that requires strength, balance and concentration. In fact, more and more people have seen in this millenary practice the perfect ally to work body and mind, becoming a real 'boom' that even has its own international day (June 21). Perhaps the fame is due to the fact that this physical activity produces enormous physical and mental benefits in those who practice it or, perhaps, because it is a discipline of progressive demands that allows anyone, regardless of their physical capacity, to start in a modality that, little by little, requires greater physical dexterity to achieve perfection.