Every body is a yoga body.
Suitable for all levels, designed to help you get the most out of your practice when time is limited.
Improve your flexibility and posture, build strength, boost your mood and give your mind space and time away from the day to day.
This course is designed to give you inspiration and motivation to roll out that mat and do some yoga whether it’s just one 15 minute recording or you string 3/4 together to complete a longer practice.
Each recording gives modifications for postures helping you get the most out of each practice.
Suitable for all levels, perfect for complete beginners as lots of modifications and explanation of different postures provided.
What is Hatha Yoga?
Today Hatha Yoga is about balancing the mind and body.
Literally, 'Ha' represents the sun and 'tha' represents the moon. The practice of Hatha Yoga is to unite these two energies.
In a Hatha Yoga class we'll practise physical postures and use our breath to try to reconnect, reunite our mind and body and hopefully find some peace in our busy lives, even if just for a short time.
You don't need any specific equipment, a yoga mat is helpful, although a large towel will do the job. Yoga blocks are always good, but cushions or large books will work just as well.
Yoga gives you the space and time to turn your focus inwards, teaching you to connect with your breath and listen to your body.
The physical poses are really only one part of a yoga practice. Yoga can affect us physically, mentally and emotionally. The benefits are many, and very briefly include:
Reduce stress and anxiety
Increase strength and build muscle
Improve mobility and flexibility
Lower blood pressure
Improve focus and concentration
and so much more...
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