Yoga Tips

There are over 500 yoga asanas available to practice.

Each & every asana (pose) triggers different parts of our internal body.
 

We have a myofascial system that not many pay close attention to.

Myo means muscle and fascia means band. Basically, we can think of fascia as a spider web of connective tissue holding all our muscles and organs together. The fascia teaches us that everything in our body is connected, just like the ecosystem we live in on earth.

Through connecting our breath with our body, we can tap into our inner selves & allow our body to just BE.

The secret is communication, just love your body and your body will love you back.

TIP – 10 minutes of any yoga flow daily can make a huge difference in your mind & body

Yoga Tips

There are over 500 yoga asanas available to practice.

Each & every asana (pose) triggers different parts of our internal body.

We have a myofascial system that not many pay close attention to.

Myo means muscle and fascia means band. Basically, we can think of fascia as a spider web of connective tissue holding all our muscles and organs together. The fascia teaches us that everything in our body is connected, just like the ecosystem we live in on earth.

Through connecting our breath with our body, we can tap into our inner selves & allow our body to just BE.

The secret is communication, just love your body and your body will love you back.

TIP – 10 minutes of any yoga flow daily can make a huge difference in your mind & body

Some asanas & their benefits

upward facing dog
Upward facing dog

This pose helps improve posture by strengthening the spine, arms & wrist. It stimulates abdominal organs & relieves sciatica

camel pose
Camel pose

increases flexibility in the spine & is a great chest opener. This pose stimulates the nervous system and improves digestion

warrior III pose
Warrior III pose

Improves balance & posture while strengthening the abdominal muscles as well as the back side of the body.

wide legged child pose (1)
Wide Legged Childs pose

Balasana is a resting pose gently stretching the hips, thighs and ankles. This pose calms the brain and helps relieve fatigue along with back & neck pain.

king pigeon
King Pigeon Pose

Provides a deep backbend, opening the hip joint & lengthening the hip flexors. This pose stretches the thighs & glutes improving hip flexibility as well as posture.

bow pose
Bow Pose

Strengthens the back muscles and improves posture. This pose stretches the entire front of the body & stimulates the abdomen and neck organs.

pigeon pose
Pigeon Pose

Stretching both the hip rotators and hip flexors, this pose is perfect to maintain flexibility & release tension.

eagle pose-img
Seated Eagle Pose

Opens the joints in our arms and shoulder helping improve our posture.

modified snail pose
Modified Snail Pose

A deep release of the whole spine, this pose relaxes the heart while bringing more blood flow to the head.