It’s 3am and you’re still struggling to get some much needed shuteye. Your brain just won’t shut off, and you find yourselves tossing and turning, unable to get comfortable. If you find yourself in this predicament, don’t fret, you’re in good company. In a recent study conducted by the Centre for Disease Control, anywhere from 120 – 130 million people around the world suffer from some form of sleep disorder. Continue reading Yoga for a good night’s sleep
Monthly Archives: September 2015
Yogic Diet Tips for Indigestion
Yoga is deeply concerned with Nature’s raw sources of energy: oxygen and diet. While the first one can be extensivelly addressed in a normal yoga class the second one tends to be a topic of those who are longing to loose some weight and getting fit. A proper diet is surely the key point Continue reading Yogic Diet Tips for Indigestion
Yoga & Stress Management
Modern life is full of hassles. Work deadlines, family obligations and all the frustrations, and demands that come along with them. For many people, stress is so commonplace that it has become a way of life. Stress can affect how you feel, think, behave and how your body works.
Which Yoga is right for me?
You’ve heard a lot about the benefits of Yoga to your health and have decided to give it a go. But if your first few sessions will lead to a sustained effort towards making this practice part of your daily ritual, largely depends on whether you were lucky to find the ‘right’ Yoga class to begin with. Continue reading Which Yoga is right for me?
Yogis: from Tramps to Trend
Yogis as homeless tramps is a shocking perspective for westerners that had been practicing Yoga as a way for achieving health, fitness and peaceful minds. However, that is exactly how Yogis were seen in past centuries in India and if I dare say, still today in a lot of places around the ancient country. Continue reading Yogis: from Tramps to Trend