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Yoga Poses For The Winter
It is easy to stay active during the spring and summer when the long days and warm weather encourage us to get outside.However, it’s hard to maintain these activities moving into the fall and winter; those after-work jogs are far less appealing when it is dark and chilli. Yet, the cold weather is no excuse to stop caring for your body, and the winter is the perfect time to revive or double-down on your yoga practice.
Insights From The Sanctuary
Bring A Friend To Yoga For Free In December
In the month of December, bring a friend for FREE to our beautiful studio and experience the emotional, spiritual and physical healing of the science of Yoga. If you are searching for Yoga classes to help you continue your journey to spiritual and emotional serenity, you may find the 'Sanctuary' you are seeking within our Yoga studio. When taking classes in a smaller, privately owned studio, you will find that the atmosphere may be different from a larger, chain owned studio.
How Yoga Aids Weight Loss & Promotes Good Health
Perhaps somewhat surprisingly, yoga has also been shown to aid weight loss. In one study,27 overweight yoga participants lost an average of 5 pounds whereas the non-yoga group gained 13 pounds. This held true even when accounting for differences in diet. Typically, HIIT is the most effective for weight loss, and the key to its effectiveness is the intensity. So how can the effectiveness of yoga — which is the converse of HIIT in terms of intensity — be explained?
Tips For Cleaning Your Yoga Mat
Ever been in class and suddenly notice your mat is a little less than fresh? Yoga does your body good by letting you sweat it all out. But extra sweat means you need to take a little extra care to keep your mat smelling and looking clean. Here are a few tips to keep in mind when caring for your hot yoga mat:
Yoga-based lifestyle reduces inflammation and risk of cardiovascular disease.
07/25/2017 - By Linda Crossley E-RYT 500
When many of us hear the word yoga, we think of the many photos we see in magazines of people in twisted, inverted positions posed in breath-taking places, such as the top of a mountain or a rock sticking out of the ocean. Not too realistic for the majority of us, both the poses and the locations!