In today’s world, stress is almost a given. We have so much information being thrown at us on a daily basis, so many things to think about, that we never get any time for ourselves. There are so many ‘remedies’ floating around which have the tantalising promise of destressing you – going on holiday, going for a massage, giving up the rat race and going to live on a farm somewhere….
Over the years yoga has morphed and changed, and new styles and disciplines have emerged. Many studios now offer a variety of different yoga class, from Vinyasa to Yin, to Bikram and Hatha, all in one space. This makes it easy to switch up your practice, but the question is, should you?
In the pantheon of Hindu deities, Lakshmi, the mother goddess, is the symbol of beauty, good fortune, and prosperity. She is the feminine counterpart and wife of Vishnu, one of the three main gods in Hinduism and the Absolute Supreme Being in Vaishnava, and she blesses her devotees with material and spiritual wealth.
If you’re thinking about starting yoga but are not too sure about what’s acceptable, then you need to keep reading.
Focus and awareness, as difficult as they can be to maintain, are two essential ingredients for anyone who wants to truly benefit from yoga. For thousands of years, yogis have calmed the mind and cultivated conscious presence during their exercises and meditation by reciting mantras.
Iyengar is one of the more traditional types of yoga, and is widely believed to be the form that holds the most power to both benefit and heal our bodies. There are many reasons to start practicing it, and you’ll soon see what advantages it lends to your life as a whole once you start making time for it during your day.
Hot yoga has become increasing trendy, and whether its Bikram or heated Vinyasa classes, everyone is raving about it. If you want to find out about the pros and cons we’ve listed them here so you can work out if this work out is for you!
Yoga is great exercise for everyone, male or female, of any age. It’s also an on going practice, so you can always partake, no matter what skill level you may be, or how accomplished you have become. But some people find yoga intimidating, so we’ve compiled a list of tips that will help beginners get into the groove and feel right at home.
What is Yoga Therapy? Yoga therapy is making use of yoga, postures, meditation and pranayama, to assist the body with healing and balance. There are certain aspects of yoga that have shown to have healing properties. It is important to understand that these practices are not for treating or healing medical conditions, but they can supplement traditional therapy. Always consult your doctor before trying yoga therapy. This article will look at a few medical conditions where yoga therapy may help.
There are many different types of yoga to choose from whether you’re looking for a more physically challenging or a relaxing, meditative class. So how does one go about choosing the most suitable style? We suggest trying a few different styles before deciding on a favourite, but even if you’re an established yogi it’s a good idea to explore different styles to challenge yourself and break out of your comfort zone.