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What is yoga?

Often, people often think that yoga is just a series of postures. In fact, yoga is much more than that: it is a practice that unites body and mind by uniting movements with conscious breathing. So each inspiration brings a movement and each expires another: it's like a dance. In yoga, we become aware of sensations in the body and we stay in the moment by focusing on our breathing. Now a days most of yoga training on Best[b] [/b][url=https://lotuscenteryoga.net][b]yoga online website[/b][/url] For any healthcare
Yoga is a word that comes from the Sanskrit language and means the union: The union of body, heart and spirit.
Yoga has existed for 5000 years. It is a global method of development. It aims to give everyone practical ways for their fulfillment and human achievement in the areas that concern them.
[b]Yoga is taking time for yourself[/b]
In everyday life, we have to study, work, do commissions, provide services, and so on. When we arrive on our yoga mat, we take time for ourselves. We disconnect from the past and the future and focus on the present moment. Our yoga mat does not make the difference between a man and a woman, neither between the color of the skin, nor between the physical appearance: it does not judge you. When we arrive on our yoga mat, we enter our sacred space, where only our body and that of the teacher are important. This allows each person to connect with their inner self while remaining aware of sensations and puffs.
Yoga combines conscious movements with breathing to achieve an awakening of vitality, a movement of frozen emotions, an oxygenation of the body and a calm and present spirit. Yoga postures stretch, contract, tone and revitalize all parts of the body.
[b] The starting point of yoga is ahimsa , which means non-violence. [/b]
It is non-violence towards you, towards your body, towards your mind. This means that in postures, it is important to cultivate respect for your body and your limits, and to explore them. It is useless to go too far in a posture and to get hurt or stretch too much, hence the need to listen to your body carefully and with respect. It is also the non-judgment of your body and its limits. We approach the postures by exploring our body limits while maintaining a deep respect for our own abilities: we appreciate each posture by breathing deeply.
Yoga is different from any other form of exercise because it puts an equal emphasis on mental health and physical health. Also, the stretches are done gently with a bodily listening.
All can benefit from yoga at the Atyanta Yoga School: children, teenagers, adults, seniors. Flexibility and flexibility are not a prerequisite: yoga adapts to everyone and to all physical forms. It is precisely by practicing yoga that you will gain flexibility, flexibility and ease in your body and mind. The Atyanta [url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yoga_teacher_training][b]Yoga training[/b][/url] School welcomes beginners in practice, intermediaries and also those who have followed or who are currently attending the faculty offered by the school.
[b]Suggested readings[/b]
· Stephen Cope, Will yoga & meditation really change my life ?, 2003, Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, Massachusetts
· Feuerstein, Georg; The Shambhala Guide to Yoga, 1996, Shambhala Publications, Inc. Boston, MA
· Feuerstein, Georg; Yoga for Dummies
· Chip Hartranft, The Yoga Sutra of Patanjali
· BKS Iyengar, Light on the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali
· BKS Iyengar, Yoga: Path to Holistic Health
· Anodea Judith, Eastern Body, Western Mind: Psychology and the Chakra System as a Path to the Self
· Barbara Brennan, Hands of Light
· Leah Kalish, MA and Tara Lynda Guber, Yoga Ed., Tools for Teachers Manual for Grades K - 8
· Doug Keller, Anusara Yoga, Hatha Yoga in the Anusara Style, Second Edition

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