mudras

Benefits of Hot Yoga

admin May 10, 2017 0 comments 0

1. Energy: Yoga Asanas (postures/exercises), breath control training (pranayama) and use of yoga body locks (bandhas) all work to activate and balance energy pathways, giving you the vitality and power. Yoga will ignite your nervous system and create a greater connection between muscles. In effect think of your body becoming a much slicker, oiled organic machine. 2. Strength: By strength…

What Is Restorative Yoga?

admin April 25, 2017 0 comments 0

A restorative yoga sequence typically involves less postures, much less focus on heat & dynamic strength. Instead its aim is to help students unwind both physically & emotionally. I personally find restorative classes much more challenging than the strong dynamic Asana based classes of Vinyasa, Classical Astanga & modern Power Yoga because it requires a strength we aren’t well equipped…

Blossom Like The Lotus Flower

admin March 29, 2017 0 comments 0

Padma Mudra or Lotus Mudra has some of the most significant & beautiful symbolism found in Yoga. The lotus flower goes through a similar journey that which we experience during a Yoga class & our continual spiritual journey thereafter. The Lotus Flower begins life as a vary hard seed that is placed at the bottom of a muddy pond. Eventually…

Vasisthasana (Side plank pose)

admin March 29, 2017 0 comments 0

Vasisthasana (Side plank pose) is always a challenging posture especially first thing in the morning but that’s the very reason I added it to this mornings @yogalifeuk sun salutations. Strengthening arms, shoulders & core are obvious but by adding (Tree pose) Vrikshasana it challenges your balance & reminds us the need to start the day grounded & secure. All balance…

An Introduction to Mudras

Yoga allows you to find an inner peace that is not ruffled and riled by the endless stresses and struggles of life.

– Jerry Hansen