YOGA

Yoga is a Hindu spiritual and ascetic art practiced to support health and relaxation. On the surface, yoga combines meditation and exercises to help you improve your body and breathing, decrease stress, and maintain vibrant health. But on a deeper level, it does so much more than that, it’s a whole life philosophy, encompassing everything in our quest for holistic health. In Sanskrit the word Yoga means union; the union of the body’s physical systems with the consciousness of the mind. Yoga originated from the Indus Valley civilization and can be traced back roughly 5,000 years! The origin is the Sanskrit word Yoga, meaning union; the union of the body’s physical systems with the consciousness of the mind.

BENEFITS OF Yoga
Mental Benefits
  • Makes your thoughts clearer
  • Improves willpower and discipline
  • Increases ability to focus
  • Helps with fighting addictions
  • Makes you more receptive for positivity
Physical Benefits
  • Helps reduce blood pressure
  • Reduces fatigue
  • People with asthma to breathe more easily
  • Effectively treats chronic diseases
  • Creates overall better physical health
Emotional Benefits
  • Improves your state of well-being
  • Opens you up for higher energies
  • Creates a deep sense of well-being
  • Induces self-realization
  • Helps in dealing with depression
"The very heart of yoga practice is ‘abhyasa’- steady effort in the direction you want to go."
Hatha
A popular and easy-to-learn form—it’s the foundation of all yoga styles, focusing mostly on easier movements and meditation techniques. It’s a complete system that can be used to achieve enlightenment or self View More....
Lyengar
A wonderful way to promote strength, flexibility, and balance through coordinated breathing and poses that require precise body alignment. Very similar in nature to Hatha—it incorporates the same traditional postures View More....
Ashtanga
Not for beginners, Ashtanga yoga utilizes a continuous series of postures with synchronized breathing to produce an intense internal heat and a profuse. This purifies sweat that detoxifies muscles and organs. The ha View More....
Hot Yoga
Similar to Ashtanga, Bikram yoga always follows the same sequence through a series of 26 poses, but in a room heated to 105°F (40.6°C), with 40% humidity. It includes all the components of a traditional workout, i View More....
Vinyasa
Focuses on coordination of breath and movement, and it is a very physically active form of yoga. Vinyasa classes are known for their fluid, movement-intensive practices. Although it’s considered harder than Hatha View More....
Bikram
Similar to Ashtanga, Bikram yoga always follows the same sequence through a series of 26 poses, but in a room heated to 105°F (40.6°C), with 40% humidity. It includes all the components of a traditional workout, i View More....
Kundalini
This is a deeply spiritual practice, which involves awakening the energy at the base of the spine, and drawing it upward through all 7 chakras. Kundalini yoga incorporates repeated movements, dynamic breathing techn View More....
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