Yoga is a way of self-care that helps you to find balance in your life. In this blog, you can find some advice for the recovery and prevention of burn-out with the help of yoga.
Taoism is a source of energy that is present in everything that exists, whatever its form. Paradoxical qualities, such as the power of yang and the softness of yin, are essentially one and the same thing. This blog explains the core idea of Taoism further and shows you how to experience this in a yin-yang yoga practice.
The way we perceive time, affects our way of living and maybe our sense of happiness. Take some time to reflect on the way you think about it, and learn what other perspectives on time exist in different cultures.
After a busy, long day at work, you may feel tense in your shoulders, back or hips, especially if you have been sitting behind your desk most of the time. Here's a yoga sequence that will help you move and stretch to release tension in your body.
Positive thinking is one of the five most important points in yoga, that may help you to feel more balanced and happy in your life. This is also the focus of positive psychology, a field emphasizing happiness and well-being. How does a positive diary help you to develop positive thinking and manage your own well-being?
Yoga is increasingly recognized as an effective method for therapeutic purposes, both as prevention and as a cure for disease. Indeed, growing evidence demonstrates the health benefits of a regular yoga practice. Yoga has positive effects in general but also for specific conditions, from lower back pain to anxiety. What are the processes through which yoga exerts its positive effects on health and wellbeing?
Self-compassion allows you to cultivate a more balanced attitude towards yourself. The practice of self-compassion includes being kind, having a sense of humanity and being mindful about your feelings. In this blog, you can find an exercise for self-compassion!
Yoga nidra is a form of deep relaxation at all levels. Relaxation is an important part of a healthy lifestyle - in yoga, it is said that five points are essential to maintain a healthy body and mind, one of which is proper relaxation. Do you want to learn how to relax completely? Then join this FREE challenge with 21 days of yoga nidra.
In this time of the year, we are more vulnerable to catching a cold or the flu. So have I and several people around me, unfortunately. On the positive side: being ill for a few days inspired me to share a few practices with you that may be beneficial when you're feeling ill. Some of them boost the immune system, others can simply make you feel a little better.
Chest-opening and uplifting postures can have a positive effect on your mood. In this sequence you will find some asanas that open your heart to let in the positive and happy vibes, which you may need sometimes when you’re feeling down.