Our lifestyles are often counterproductive to emotional health and well-being. Arm yourself with the tools to reconnect with your source of joy and vitality with Kundalini Yoga.
What is it, for whom and how does it work?
I have heard in many conversations, and I have seen on social networks, something like Ashtanga Mysore style is not for beginners. I would say that the Mysore style is one of the safest for beginners due to the rhythm in which it is transmitted from teacher to student individually and personally.
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Art, Yoga and Meditation are different ways of doing the same thing. They are a state of consciousness, a living of the Present Moment, from the art of Being. They allow the flow of the soul in each breath, in each mantra, Asana, brush-stroke, or sketch …
Yoga involves a series of physical exercises, or poses (asanas), that allow you to keep your body healthy, strong, relaxed and flexible. This influences our emotional state. Health is one of the elements that enable us to keep a cheerful attitude, an attitude of disposition towards life with the flexibility to face situations without the rigidity which often prevents us from seeing things from the State of Love. But Yoga is not only the practice of asanas (poses) and pranayama (breathing practices), it goes much further!
Have you ever wondered if attending a Yoga and Meditation retreat was really for you? Even if you have never practiced these wellbeing disciplines before, today I share with you 5 reasons to encourage you to take part in one of the best experiences of personal growth in your life.