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5 Reasons You Need Yin Yoga in Your Life

Yin yoga, based on the Taoist theory of complementary and opposing principles in nature, involves a series of passive, long-held poses that primarily focus on the lower part of your body. The practice loosens stiff connective tissue or fascia, which are richly found in the inner thighs, lower spine, hips and pelvis. With each pose lasting up to 5 minutes, the...

Yoga Nidra and Its Benefits

Yoga Nidra is the correct name for a form of yoga that is often referred to as yogic sleep. It is a yoga practice that offers immersive physical and spiritual benefits and is not difficult to learn. This article will teach you more about the practice so that you can explore it for yourself.   Savasana (Corpse Pose)   To begin your Yoga Nidra...

The Role of Yin Yoga in Opening Your Fascia

A lot of us suffer from decreased range of movement and physical limitations in our bodies. However, we don’t realize this until we experience a chronic injury. Yin yoga can help prevent restrictions that occur as a result of the binding of tissues, such as muscles and fascia. But What Really is Fascia? Fascia is a fibrous tissue that connects every cell...

Benefits of Yin Yoga

Yin yoga is a wonderful, relaxing type of yoga that really allows you to stretch into poses. When you take the time to get in those deep stretches, you become deeply relaxed. It’s a great kind of yoga to do in the evening as it will promote a peaceful sleep. After a long workday, yin yoga is a beautiful way...

Yoga for Couples

Yoga For Couples If you've ever been to a yoga class, you will probably find the majority of lessons involves single people standing on their own yoga mat in front of a teacher. However, if you have a like-minded partner who is prepared to give you a try, it can be an incredible bonding experience for the two of you. Couples...

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How to start your day with Yoga

Yoga offers so many benefits, particularly in the morning. Starting your day with practice does wonders for your mind, body and spirit. Even a 10-minute session can help you maintain calm and balance—and kick off positive energy and intentions that will last well into the evening. The best way to start your day with yoga is to ensure you wake up...

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