When working from home these days, finding some balance in your lifestyle is very important to stay healthy. We know that yoga offers many tools to balance your body and mind. However, on a busy day, it may be hard to take time for your yoga practice. How do you manage to do some yoga when you need it most? Here's some ideas on integrating the yoga lifestyle into your workday.
Yoga has been prescribed by doctors in India for ages. Only recently, our modern Western society has discovered the benefits of yoga as well. Yoga can be especially helpful to develop resilience to stress. In this blog, you will learn why this is so important for health and wellbeing in general.
Climate change is hot and happening, and not in a good way. It's really time to take action - and although it's a global issue that might be overwhelming, there is a lot you can do. Living a conscious life is mostly about small changes in daily life. And the yoga mindset can actually help you to bring about these changes and work towards a more climate-friendly lifestyle!
A morning ritual is a super powerful tool to start your day in a balanced way. Learn how to find a ritual that works for you through the principles of yoga therapy and habit learning.
What does it mean to go back to basics and how can this help us to find freedom in life? I'm sharing three ideas with you in this blog: practicing yoga, connecting with nature and creating a minimalist lifestyle.
In winter, we are more susceptible to illness. Maybe you have already caught a flu or a cold. But if you haven't yet, I have good news for you: yoga may help you to protect yourself from disease! Here is three ways in which yoga can boost the immune system.
Yoga and ayurveda are both Eastern approaches towards life, with the purpose to find balance in body and mind. How exactly are yoga and ayurveda related, and how can you develop a personal yoga practice for a healthy, balanced and fulfilling life?
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?
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.
Yoga therapy and conventional mental health care can seamlessly be intertwined. From a yoga perspective, mental well-being can improve much more by changing the entire system than just a specific part of it. Moreover, making gradual changes to develop a healthy an balanced lifestyle can be beneficial to everyone. Yoga teachers, clinicians, researchers, and anyone else who is interested: what do you think?