The literal translation of vinyasa from Sanskrit is “connection” so in this type of yoga each movement is synchronized to a breath, the breath is acting as an anchor as you move from one pose to the next.
Expect to move, sometimes vigorously and alignment oriented, every sequence unique including advanced poses.
Reenergized: Yoga sequences are designed to help you ease tension by putting your spine through its full range of motion, the poses not only stretch muscles and alleviate stiffness, and they also boost your energy levels by increasing blood flow to the large muscles, leaving you feeling rejuvenated and energized
Strength building: When you do yoga poses, you are putting your body in positions and orientations that you ultimately have to support with your muscles. So sometimes is like if you are lifting weights this will lead to improve balance, flexibility, range of motion and strength, you will feel greater endurance and cardiorespiratory fitness
Stress Relief: Through yoga, you cleanse your body and mind systematically, removing the build-up of tension (samskaras). Inner happiness results from this, as well as healing and ongoing health, giving you a healthy body and a positive mind. A number of studies have shown that yoga may help reduce stress and anxiety. It can also enhance your mood and overall sense of well-being
Mind and soul: Yoga can boost your body’s production of two hormones essential to cultivating happiness, health, and feelings of calmness. Oxytocin, that can make you feel closer to your loved ones, decrease your stress, and improve your overall wellness. Endorphins that play an important role managing physical pain and negative emotions.
During pregnancy your body undergoes lots of physical as well as mental stress hence prenatal yoga is a way for a healthy body and mind. This is an opportunity to connect to your body, your baby and this transformational journey.
Whether you are new to yoga or an advanced practitioner you can enjoy the many benefits of yoga while pregnant. In pregnancy body is changing so much day after day that yoga helps you to embrace this change that is out of your control, reconnect and embrace the experience.
Yoga is a wonderful way to prepare yourself for the birthing process, train you to breathe deeply and relax consciously, also yoga helps to alleviate common symptoms such as morning sickness, cramps, swollen ankles, lower back pain and constipation.
BENEFITS OF PRENATAL YOGA
- Increases strength and flexibility
- Alleviates back and sciatic pain
- Improves circulation in the legs
- Reduces stress and connects with positive mindsets
- Aids in sleep
- Prepares for labor and delivery
- Builds community connecting with other moms to be
- Provides relief from common pregnancy complications like nausea, headache, back pain etc
PRIVATE & GROUP
In a one-on-one or a private-group setting, the practice is customized to your needs providing a unique experience.
With private lessons you get personalized instruction
Why you should sign up for private yoga classes:
- To know the basics if you are new to yoga
- To modify the practice if any injury is present
- To develop a sequence that benefits a sport or an athlete
- To deepen in meditation or philosophy of yoga
- To provide on-site yoga classes for your employees or organization
- To receive one on one attention to improve your practice
With special dedication in your yoga practice you can move from constriction to expansion, from fear to love, and from separation to unity.
Private Yoga practice will integrate and balance all the layers of our life so that our body, mind, heart and intellect flow in harmony.
“Yoga Nidra is a state of consciousness, not the methods that lead you there “
What is Yoga Nidra good for:
- Stress, insomnia, anxiety and depression
- Diabetes, hyper-tension, migraine, asthma, heart decease, digestive disorders.
- Promoting creativity
- Mental imbalances and stress
- Reducing tension and fatigue
With the body completely relaxed the practitioner becomes systematically and increasingly aware of the inner world by following a set of verbal instructions. Is a state of consciousness between waking and sleeping, is different from meditation, in yoga nidra the practitioner withdraw the 4 senses only hearing still connects to the instructions.
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