On a very physical level, practicing yoga soothes the breathing, lowers blood pressure and decreases the heart-rate, not just during the class, but the next time you encounter a stressful situation, your mind and your body becomes better at handling it. It has a potential to do wonders for slowing and calming down our anxious lives.
Depression is the world’s most widespread illness today and Yoga continues to provide a safe haven for those suffering through the combination of physical exercise, meditation and breathing exercises.
Through regular Yoga practice, you can transform the way you think, act and feel. In doing so, you can improve your relationships with family, friends, and most of all, yourself.
If you have had a stressful day at work then meditation is a great way to unwind and relax before you go to bed. Read more about how meditation affect your mind and body at a deeper level.
Now I become myself. It's taken time, many years and places..May Sarton
To be great, be whole: don't exaggerate, Or leave out any part of you..Fernando Pessoa
If you look for the truth outside yourself, it gets farther and farther away... Rumi
Kids may not be able to comprehend thoroughly what Zen is all about, but they can definitely sense its benefits in their personal environment.
Help me they say I am Cast up and far from home..Rumi
A yoga retreat isn’t all about the poses – it can be an adventure-packed holiday that can teach you to listen to your body and get in touch with your inner self. The team at BookYogaRetreats.com has put together a list of adventure yoga retreats that will inspire you to take the bull by its horns and finally surrender to your senses.
Like most natural processes, aging is a beautiful and an organic experience. Read further to find out how to stay young and healthy naturally.
We need to take a second look on that ancient system of techniques and reveal some of the main beliefs that stand in the way of a lot of people, making them doubt if yoga is right for them.