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6 Ways To Use a Wall in Your Yoga Practice

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By: Sally Michell When we think of yoga props the first things that come to mind are usually yoga straps, blocks, and bolsters, and while these are among the most popular aids in deepening your practice, we often fail to take advantage of the props that are literally all around us: our walls! Also Yoga is one of the most effective exercises people can do to help skin to stay glowing. There are so many variety of poses that you can benefit from as yoga improves digestion and circulation. If you can incorporate yoga practice into your everyday...

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Yoga Position – Being Comfortable in the Right Position

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The meaning of the word “yoga” has become synonymous to the “physical discipline of being fit.” Despite this common conception, yoga’s primordial philosophical and spiritual concepts are still being practiced today through the different yoga positions. About Yoga Positions Today, yoga positions (also known as “asanas”) are recognized for instilling discipline when it comes to temperament. They are also recommended to help regulate a person’s respiratory process while soothing the mind in turmoil through deep meditation....

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7 Ayurvedic Tips To Boost Your Yoga Practice

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                                                            By Erin Moug Ayurveda And Yoga Are Sister Sciences. Ayurvedic Medicine is an ancient holistic healing system that originated in India, 4,000 years Before Christ. Translated it means The Knowledge, or Science of Life. Health is achieved when one lives in accordance with the universal rhythms of nature. The mentality is not a one-size fits all prescription for physical symptoms. The whole person is woven into consideration (physical, spiritual, and...

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Yoga For Pain Relief

Posted by on 10:06 am in Yoga and Healing, Yoga Teacher Training | 0 comments

                                                                   By: Anne Foy While you’re doing your Ashtanga yoga teacher training here in Nicaragua, you’ll learn that yoga is capable of a lot more than you’d ever have thought possible. Best of all, you’ll learn how yoga works from the inside out, mobilizing your body’s own natural systems to fix problems. Because of its unique ability to bring mind and body in tune with each other, yoga can bring practitioners a whole new...

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Yoga For Mental Health

Posted by on 7:03 pm in Yoga and Healing, Yoga in Nicaragua, Yoga Teacher Training | 0 comments

                                                       By Anne Gale If you’re planning on doing some yoga teacher training in Nicaragua, it’s worth getting to know a bit about the clients you’re likely to work with. Once you’re a fully trained Ashtanga yoga instructor, and offering yoga sessions of your own, it’s more than likely that many of those attending your sessions will be suffering from stress, depression, and other mental health issues. Yoga is well renowned worldwide for its...

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Get Your Yoga Instructor Training in Nicaragua

Posted by on 6:53 am in Ashtanga Yoga, Yoga in Nicaragua, Yoga Teacher Training | 0 comments

For the best yoga training anywhere look no further than yoga instructor training in Nicaragua. We will teach you to become an ashtanga yoga teacher for different levels of students in our Yoga Alliance accredited yoga teacher program. If this has long been your dream, why wait? Come to Nicaragua and receive your training from high qualified senior  yoga instructors and become the yoga instructor you’ve dreamed of becoming. The 200 Hour Yoga Instructor Training in Nicaragua We strictly follow the recommended practices and guidelines of...

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Yoga And Brain Function

Posted by on 12:17 pm in Meditation, Yoga and Brain, Yoga and Healing | 0 comments

Can a consistent yoga practice change the brain? I’ve heard many spiritual teachers claim just that in regards to this still mysterious organ. It’s apparent in my Ashtanga practice, that the benefits have been plentiful. Yoga has improved my clarity of mind, tremendously reduced anxiety and depression, and all but eliminated my chronic insomnia. This is no small accomplishment considering I tried many alternative therapies for years with no avail. The Research Says… An Easy Leg to Stand on As a board certified behavior analyst (BCBA), my...

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Detox During A Yoga Teacher Training

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While attending a yoga teacher training in Nicaragua you will naturally detox your body and mind. First and foremost trough the yoga practice which will help you release stress but also by staying in an environment perfectly clean and rich with prana, life force energy. The proximity to the Pacific Ocean, the salty air and the sun helps to boost you immunsystem and replenish you with good pure energy. We get to live in harmony with nature, we go to bed early and rice with the sun something that many of us are not attuned to coming from big...

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Rocket Yoga – The First Power Yoga

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Rocket Yoga is a part of what Larry Schultz, the founder of It’s Yoga, called a system or a holistic approach to the traditional Ashtanga Yoga. The system is based on a 6 days a week practice schedule that targets different parts of the body and challenges the practitioner differently through out the week. Rocket Yoga was one of the first styles of Power Yoga. Power Yoga a Vinyasa Style Yoga The general term Power Yoga describes a vinyasa style yoga, inspired by fitness and Pilates moves that has its origin in the Ashtanga Vinyasa...

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Having a Personal Yoga Philosophy

Posted by on 7:06 pm in Ashtanga Yoga, Yoga Philosophy, Yoga Teacher Training | 0 comments

The philosophy of yoga gives meaning to the practice as it guides the seeker inwards towards the wisdom and peace inside. By studying the ancient texts of yoga philosophy we learn that the mind, body and spirit are all one, inseparable. We learn that there are many different tools like meditation, pranyama, asana practice and certain rules of living, Yamas and Niyamas, we can use when we explore our inner world. With a constant yoga practice we will connect to that inner world, our authentic voice and start to listen deeply. One of the first...

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