Yoga For Self Development

Yoga For Self Development

Yoga is very misunderstood these days, because emphasis is placed on only the physical aspect of it. There is however much more to yoga than this. Yoga is a complete science of the mind and the body, so practicing yoga regularly leads to the development of all aspects including the mental, emotional and spiritual.
Over time and with regular practice, Yoga helps to develop us into more authentic versions of ourselves. We begin to express who we are in new ways that uplift and energise us and those around us. Yoga is so much more than a new form of exercise, it is an ancient tradition of self care and self discovery that is available to each of us if we turn up regularly.

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Yoga for Relaxation

Yoga for Relaxation

Yoga is great for relaxing a tired, stressed body and mind…
There are many reasons for this, but here are a few of the main ones. Firstly Yoga is all about creating relaxation. This is the natural state we are all made for and a state we can easily access at any time. The relaxation we create when we practice yoga however is not just of the body, but also a stilling of the mind which creates a still and reflective state which uplifts and invigorates us.
Through a few simple movements done with the right awareness, can send signals to the mind to slow down and generate a state of restoration and healing throughout the body. A state which we know as relaxation or sometimes even bliss.
When the mind and the body are being used in the right way, we know it by the incredible feeling of joy that overcomes us and stays with us throughout the week.

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Yoga For Flexibility

Yoga For Flexibility


Yoga is great for physical flexibility, but it doesn’t stop there…
In the tradition of Yoga, the mind and the body are connected and what you do with one, is done to the other. Many people would like to be more flexible so that they can move more freely and comfortably do the things they could when they were younger. While this is surely a result of practicing Yoga, it is not the only outcome.
Yoga creates a similar effect on the mind and emotions, which allows us to feel so great, not only in class but also for the rest of the day and week. Flexibility ind mind and body, happen together when we practice traditional yoga and it is this flexibility that allows us to explore and understand ourselves much more. This increase in range of movement and expansion of the mind and body, creates a sense of wellbeing and purpose that is unique to each of us and easily attainable with discipline and effort in our practice of Yoga.

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