What Is Yoga?
Yoga is an enriching path to find our own true nature by gradually building inner awareness and letting go of the futilities of life.“Through constant practices of Yoga, one can overcome all difficulties and eradicate all weaknesses. Pain can be transmitted into bliss, sorrow into joy, failure into success and sickness into perfect health. Determination, patience persistence lead us to the goal”. (Bhagavad Gita).
Ayurveda India’s traditional, natural system of medicine It has been practiced for more than 5,000 years word āyus meaning “life,” or “longevity” word veda, which refers to a system of “knowledge” or “wisdom“ Ayurveda roughly translates as the “wisdom for living” or “knowledge of a long life”.
Massage Touch is a very important part of human contact. It helps us feel connected and loved by those around us. Massage is the practice of soft tissue manipulation with physical (anatomical), functional (physiological), and in some cases psychological purposes and goals. Massage involves acting on and manipulating the body with pressure – structured, unstructured, stationary, or moving – tension, motion, or vibration. Target tissues may include muscles, tendons, ligament, skin, joint or other connective tissue, as well as.
Yogic Food Any dog or horse trainer will tell you that what is fed to an animal influence its behavior. Although we like to forget this when it comes to ourselves, what we eat has a huge influence not only over our physical well-being, but also over our thoughts, and ultimately our emotional and spiritual well being. The yogis of ancient times knew this, and many classical yogic texts, such as the Hatha Yoga Pradipika, contain advice on a yogic diet.
Cross training combines two or more types of physical activity. It is an easy way to add variety to your exercise program, whether you want to live a healthier lifestyle or you’re an advanced athlete who wants a more varied training regimen. Cross training important to help prevent overuse injuries. Yoga helps to heal old injuries and prevent new ones. It helps with range of motion in every joint, and keeps the muscles supple but strong. It doesn’t just build a body for a specific activity, but brings us back into balance so our body can adapt to any movement.