Wellness Yoga….

Did you know there are 8 parts to yoga. Yama (attitudes toward our environment), Niyama (attitudes toward ourselves), Asana (physical postures), Pranayama (restraint or expansion of the breath), Pratyahara (withdrawal of the senses), Dharana (concentration), Dhyana (meditation) and Samadhi (complete integration). It is the Ultimate Life Hack. Giving Tools of how to live Life!

Over the years when I have been unwell Yoga has been my saviour. I have tried different Complementary Treatments like Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine and Physiotherapy I always find Yoga is the one way that helps me back to Wellness. Yoga has become a way to live my life. It has allowed me to become physically, mentally strong and mindful. The mat represents my home, the environment represents my life and how I do the postures represents on how I respond to life. 

Having attended various courses around the world, becoming a yoga teacher has brought my coaching to another level. It has made yoga and mindfulness fun for kids and bringing all aspects in adults yoga classes, a gift that I have embraced. Kids have fun during their classes, while adult classes combine Yin/Yang yoga (combining all 8 Limbs) with Yoga Nidra. The class is available to Beginners, Intermediate to Advanced practitioners.

Yin/Yang yoga has its roots in China in the Taoist concepts of yin — a feminine, passive, cooling energy — and yang — a masculine, dynamic, warming energy. Yin/Yang yoga practice uses both types of yoga to provide both physical and spiritual balance. Combining the two styles of yoga, Yin/Yang yoga improves energy and fitness while promoting relaxation and healing.

Yoga Nidra, or yogic sleep as it is commonly known, is an immensely powerful technique and induces total physical, mental, and emotional relaxation. It’s a great way to end a yoga class for children and adults.

Here’s how Yoga Nidra helped eight year old Kavishree

Not only is yoga great for balance, strength and confidence, it gives tools on living life. It’s fun to teach and fun to do.

Yoga For You

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Setting The Mood

Setting the Mood for Yoga is a great way to elevate your practice.

Setting an Intention

Setting an Intention before your yoga practice is a great way to focus. Not only is this good for Yoga, it is also great for your life. What you focus on is what you get.

Surya Namaska 

I love Surya Namaska. Soothe those achy muscles with the perfect stretch.

Tree Pose

Tree Pose strengthens your legs and core while opening your hips and stretching your inner thighs and groin muscles.

One of yoga’s biggest benefits is that it helps you build better balance, which helps with any number of other physical activities.

Supported Back Bend is fantastic for:

Lower stress and anxiety.

Improve posture + spine flexibility and mobility.

Stretch out abdominal muscles.

Increase oxygen levels + open the body to diaphragmatic breathing.

Help alleviate back + neck pain.

Saddle pose

Stretches hip flexors and quadriceps.

Increases hip mobility.

Stimulates the Kidney, Spleen and Stomach meridians in the front body.

Stimulates the Urinary Bladder through compression in the lower back.

Click on the Image to see how to do Saddle Pose

Pigeon Pose

Stretch your hips and lower back with Pigeon Pose.

It can increase flexibility of the hip flexors and lower back muscles while also supporting digestion. 

Some also believe it can alleviate mental stress or worry, since. 

Ayurveda claims these emotions are stored in the hips.

Click on the Image to see how to do Pigeon Pose.

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Half moon pose

Strengthens the abdomen, ankles, thighs, buttocks, and spine.

Stretches the groins, hamstrings and calves, shoulders, chest, and spine.


Lower stress and anxiety.

Improve posture + spine flexibility and mobility.

Increase oxygen levels + open the body to diaphragmatic breathing.

Forward folds

Stretches the entire backside of the body – from head to heels.

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Puppy Dog Pose and Closed Wing Pose

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Twisted Child’s Pose

Helps to stretch the hips, thighs, and ankles while reducing stress and fatigue.

Puppy Dog Pose

Relaxes the muscles and calms the mind.

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Shoe Lace

Increases hip mobility, especially external rotation.

Decompresses the lower back.

Massages the organs of digestion through compression while folding forward.

Stimulates the Gallbladder and Urinary bladder meridians.

Eagle Arms

Stretch of the arms, shoulders, back, and neck. 

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DID YOU KNOW….yoga is not just doing physical postures (Asana). There are a total of Eight Limbs or Eight guidelines to living life. 

One Limb or guideline is how we behave and what we focus on. I hope you find these quotes helpful. 

EVERYONE CAN DO YOGA. By doing so You are fueling a body with positive movement that encourages all to love themselves unconditionally, both inside and out.

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