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Fourth Limb: Pranayama What is Pranayama? In the ancient Indian language of Sanskirt, Prana means life force or energy. Yama means tuning or purifying, therefore Pranayama can be described as tuning the energy or the life force within us. The easiest way to access this energy is through our breath, hence why Pranayama is sometimes referred to as breathe practices. It is however much more than this and we learn from doing these practices how
Meditation For Healing Join me LIVE on Instagram on the 2nd April 2020 at 7.30pm for a 30minute global Sattva Healing meditation
Keeping Healthy with The Corona Virus  1.  Stick to a routine, wake early, exercise and eat regularly 2.  No change to food guys! Eat a well balanced, diverse range of foods rich in whole grains, fruit and veggies, nuts and seeds, oily fish, plant based proteins such as beans and lentils, olive oil and rapeseed oil, natural probiotics in yoghurt and kefir. 3. Start doing Yoga to move the energy in your body. There are
Yoga Beyond the Mat: The Eight Limb Path 3rd Limb: Asana What comes to your mind when you think of Yoga? Movement, flexibility, standing on your head, trying to get your toes to touch your nose? It would appear that as Yoga moved towards the West, the other components of the original practice have perhaps been left to the side line and the movement or Asana practice has became the front runner. Getting in touch
Yoga Beyond the Mat: Niyamas: 2nd LimbĀ  The Niyamas are additional qualities which the Yogi could be wise to bring into their lives. In contrast to the Yamas which are more related to how the Yogi interacts in their environment and with others, the Niyamas are more related to how the Yogi manages themselves. One could say that the Niyamas actually provide us with guidelines on how to bring Self-care in our lives. This ultimately
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