Yoga is the science of unity. It unites each and every particle of the universe to create an intelligent world. Yoga has the ability to regulate every action within the body. Those who practice the ancient science routinely feel the magic of asanas on the body. The biggest impact of Yoga is undoubtedly on the human brain from where all the body processes are administered. The teachings of positivity, self-love, and great inner strength that the holistic art imparts helps a man create a habit of sustainable living.
April is a special time of year. Not only do we celebrate Hanuman’s birthday with the first full moon of April, but April heralds the beginning of spring and even include’s one of my favorite holidays, Earth Day!
Spring is characterized by the wood element, according to Traditional Chinese Medicine. The wood element is about the energy to take action. This energy is present in all of the beautiful flower buds bursting everywhere. Now is the time to take action, to use the wood energy of spring to plant the seeds for what we hope to recover in the fall.
100 hour Yoga Teacher Training Course in Rishikesh, India
100 Hour Hatha & Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training Course in Rishikesh, India - Yoga Course Certified with Yoga Alliance USA, Yoga School in Rishikesh.
The 100 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course (Pre-TTC) is first section of 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training at Aatm Yogashala that conducts every month throughout the year, This short term course is designed for all walks of life people. For those who wants to learn yoga to become certified yoga teacher.
I taught a restorative yoga retreat last month where we contemplated the energy of the Ayurvedic constitution made up of Earth and Water, Kapha. We contemplated stability, density, structure, boundaries and flow. We discussed ways to antidote the excess and deficiencies that arise with these elements, which are predominant in the winter and early spring.
It has been a little while since you have received an email from us. If we are being totally honest, this past year was a particularly challenging one on a number of different levels, personal and professional. I remember reading and sharing about last year being the Year of the Fire Rooster, in Chinese Astrology. What I read, indicated that Rooster years are about doing the constant disciplined day to day work. I certainly found this to be true this last year. It was a year of keeping my nose to the ground, putting one foot in front of the other and doing the work.
Even though it is almost 90 degrees where I live in central Virginia, we have now officially transitioned into early Fall. If you cannot yet feel it in the temperature, you can see it in the colors of everything around you. What was lush and green a few weeks ago has started to turn yellow. Aptly, this is the color of this time of year, the color of the stomach and spleen meridians, our digestive organs, the Earth Element.
Does this heat make it feel as if the summer could go on forever? As we start the month of August, we are entering into the late summer period, the fifth season, recognized in traditional Indian and Chinese medicine. BUT before we get ahead of ourselves, I wanted to share some final insights from the end of the summer season.
In the middle of a house chore or bending over to grab something, if you suddenly feel a severe pain in back, then you are a victim of progressive backache.
The most common causes of backache are stretched muscles, strained ligaments and muscle spasm.
To get rid of this pain or manage it, you need to give at least a few minutes to back exercises every day. Don’t take this for granted and wait for the next backache event. Start from very now and say goodbye to your backache forever.
It's Officially Summer! AND the International Day of Yoga! In honor of these two special events, we are offering some sequences for you to enjoy on International Yoga Day, as well as a discount in our download store from today until the end of June!