Follow Us On Pinterest | Like Us On Facebook | Follow Us On Twitter If you've taken a yoga class before, the instructor probably
Better balance and a more toned tush can both be yours. In the video above from the experts at Udaya, yoga instructor Rudy
Some write yoga off as a non-workout, claiming it's too slow and calming to really get the blood pumping. The plank sequence
Yoga and working out are both physical, of course, but the biggest thing that takes yoga to that next level is your intention. If you're consumed with the idea of "working out," burning calories and getting skinny, you're sacrificing your mind for your body. Why not engage both?
You don't need dumbbells or a bench press to work out your arms. In fact, you don't need anything at all. In the video above
You can find more yoga teachings from Udaya here. Mettia recommends viewers to err on the side of caution; if, at any point
One yoga class is 1.5 hours, which is about 6.25 percent of your day. That's an hour and a half away from your iPhone, iPad, Android, laptop, television and other electronic devices. Does the thought of unplugging stress y'all out? It shouldn't.
By being grateful for all that life has afforded you, the good or the perceived bad, you will embrace the grind and give thanks to whatever happens because it just may be what you most needed at that moment.
A delayed vinyasa will buy you extra time to feel the energetic effects of the previous posture and gives you a moment to restore the breath and plug into the power and joy of a well performed injury free practice.
Summon your inner cupid as you take your yogidom to the next level.
Sure, you've got your main yoga practice down pat, but what about your incidental yoga practice? Incidental yoga is an opportunity to take a mundane task like standing in line at Whole Foods and breathe some life into it, so to speak.
Back in 2000 when my dear friend Sabine Chaloupy took me to see her guru Amma in New York City, let's just say I that was ready to pooh-pooh the whole thing. Hugging? Really...? Are you serious? Whatever....