The Nadis are the channels through which flows prana. It is said that there are about 72,000 in our spiritual anatomy. Although they are tubes made of subtle matter and belong to our energy system, they have a decisive influence on our physical body. The most important are called Ida, Pingala and Sushumna. The latter… Continue reading Role of Prana, Chakras & Main Nadis in Yoga
Although similar to Paschimottanasana, this yoga posture is easier because gravity does part of the job. It is a relaxing asana and it also helps us to irrigate blood to the brain. Pada Hasthasana has properties similar to this one but corresponds to the group standing postures, which relate to stability, contact with the earth… Continue reading Padha Hasthasana Yoga Posture (Hand Under Foot Pose)
Between beliefs about yoga and philosophy, they are many misperceptions, which have unfortunately prevented many people to get benefits from this great practice. It is believed, among other things, that yoga is only for flexible and strong people and yoga requires you to be vegetarian and adopt a different lifestyle you currently have or even… Continue reading Is Yoga Only Suitable for Flexible People?
Do you really want to know if you qualify for a course to teach yoga? Many people have a sudden attention to the idea of becoming a yoga teacher which happens when one starts to experience a spiritual awakening or in simpler terms, when we began to look for ways to develop in all aspects… Continue reading Reasons for a Joining a Course to Teach Yoga