YOGA FOR BEGINNERS, INTERMEDIATES & ASPIRING YOGIS
Relax, De-stress, Unwind, Rejuvenate
Yoga brings immediate benefits such as physical vitality and mental clarity. It is known to regulate the breath and slow heart rate, reduce cortisol (stress hormone), activate D.O.S.E. the feel-good factors of:
Dopamine (instant, short term)
Oxytocin (love, long lasting)
Serotonin (accomplishments, achievement) and
Endorphin (released in response to pain aka the runners’ high)
and many other positive health benefits such as a healthy immune system which reduces the risk of diseases and illnesses. Long term practice is known to instill calmness, heighten awareness, peace and joy.
Inhale The Goodness, Exhale All That No Longer Serves You
Breathe easier, learn how to breathe again. Take longer and fuller breaths. Manage your Mind. Ease into the moment, relax, de-stress, unwind and heal yourself.
Whether you’re a beginner, intermediate, experienced or aspiring yogi, yoga has no prerequisites and does not require any prior experience. It is accessible to all regardless of age, make, shape, size or religious beliefs.
Nurture your Body, Mind and Soul. Reconnect with the yourSelf and be fully Present in the Now. Increase your Strength and Flexibility, improve your Health and Wellbeing and cultivate Physical Vitality and Mental Clarity all at the same time!
What is yoga?
Yoga means union, the unity of Yin & Yang, Masculine & Feminine, Black & White, Day & Night in this dualistic world.
Whenever yoga is mentioned, it often refers only to movements of the physical body, which is just ONE of the EIGHT limbs of yoga, or Ashtanga (8 limbs) Yoga (Union).
What are the 8 Limbs of Yoga?
The 8 Limbs of Yoga are Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharana Dhyana and Samadhi.
When all are perfected, you achieve Nirvana (but I wouldn’t know that as I have yet to). I believe if you search for that door, you will miss clues along the way, so just enjoy the journey.
Who can practice yoga?
Anyone! Commercialization and glamorizing on social media has created a misconception of what the practice truly is, making it seem difficult and inaccessible.
Common assumptions of not being fit or flexible enough deter many from trying when those reasons are exact benefits regular practice will bring.
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