“Yoga aims to remove the root cause of all diseases, not to treat its symptoms as medical science generally attempts to do.”
– Vishnudevananda Saraswati
Hatha yoga is an old system that includes practice of yoga postures, Pranayama (breathing exercises) which bring peace to the mind and body, preparing the body for meditation. Hatha yoga is a gentle flow, perfect for beginners or students who prefer a more relaxed style, where you hold poses longer.
No matter what style of yoga you choose to do, by practicing regularly, you can see improvements in many areas of your health such as :
- increase flexibility
- Improve posture
- increase your energy levels
- Increase muscle tone and strength
- releases endorphins which improves your mood
- helps better sleep
- helps improve circulatory and cardio health
- helps improve anxiety and depression
- detoxify your organs
- helps athletic performance
I love to teach Candlelight Reiki Yin Yoga. It’s a wonderful group session or private session, where I channel Reiki into a healing environment.
In a typical Yin class, all poses involve slow, gradual movements. There are less postures, but in this form of yoga, we hold the pose longer, which forces the student to go inward. I love teaching Yin Yoga because it helps people relax and connect with themselves.
Yin Yoga :
- is a passive form of exercise;
- targets mainly the connective tissues of the body and develops flexibility;
- develops flexibility.
Prenatal yoga is thought to expecting mothers by channeling Reiki to the mother, so she can then transmit Reiki to the baby.
This form of yoga helps mothers prepare for the birthing process by practicing different poses that will keep the stress levels down.
Prenatal yoga helps to relieve :
- lower back tension
- increases stamina
- muscle toning
- reduces fear and anxiety
A prenatal session with me helps the mother to connect with her baby and all the changes during her pregnancy physically, emotionally and spiritually.
My interest in Yoga began since I began my Ayurvedic and thai yoga practice. My training in Ayurveda led me to discover the sister science, which is yoga.
Yoga is the” Sanskrit” word which means “union”. The fundamental objective of yoga is to allow oneself to reach self-realization or the union of oneself’s consciousness with the infinite consciousness. Yoga is more than a series of postures; it is a way of life, an integrated system of education for the body, mind and soul.
Private classes are great if you are not ready for a group class, or simply if you want to improve your practice and take it to the next level. If you have any injuries or a specific condition, it is recommended to work one on one. I recommend to start with a series of 6 weeks.
Are you interested to bring yoga and meditation to your office to increase productivity?
My sessions can be implemented during lunchtime, after work or early morning. The hour includes a Pranayama practice (breathing techniques), Yoga postures and a 20 min meditation.
I recommend to start with a series of 6 weeks.
“Day after day let the yogi practice harmony of soul: in a secret place, in deep solitude, master of his mind, hoping for nothing, desiring nothing.”
– Bhagavad Gita