We want to breakdown the preconceptions that yoga is something to be practiced mainly by women. Want to experience just how challenging yoga can be? Try these three poses and you’ll soon discover that yoga isn’t for the faint of heart.
If youʼve practiced yoga, you know the awesome feeling of being centered, relaxed and one with your body and mind after your asana. Kids of all ages can also benefit from this experience as their lives are busier than ever with demanding school work, a multitude of extracurricular activities, and over-scheduled social calendars. In particular, the physical stress of competitive sports can be taxing on growing childrenʼs bodies.
If you are anything like me, you go through yoga phases. Although the best of intentions are always present, and I rarely feel as good I as do after a yoga class, the high price of classes can often have a bearing on how often I practice.
Yoga instructors regularly remind us to root ourselves to the ground; to have our feet connect with the earth below us. So why not take your yoga outside and do just that? Beaches, parks, and other green spaces provide beautiful ( and free!) outdoor studios.