Should I Take Private Yoga Lessons Or Join A Group Class?
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by Jacqueline Noël
4M ago
What are the benefits of private one-on-one yoga coaching vs public group classes in a studio or gym? And which one should you do? Whether you are a yoga beginner or an experienced yogi, there is always the option to explore private yoga instruction or joining public group classes. Both have their own set of benefits. Let’s delve into the unique characteristics of each to help you discover the perfect path towards your personal growth. Overcoming your anxieties Particularly for those new to yoga, taking public group classes in a studio or gym can be pretty intimidating. Some thoughts running ..read more
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Where to Find English Yoga Classes in Munich
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by Jacqueline Noël
3y ago
Are you looking for English yoga classes in Munich but don't know where to find them? Here are some of the best yoga studios in Munich offering yoga classes in English. Werbung. This blog post contains a link to my yoga classes. There is a big expat community in Munich, and being a fairly international town, there are many expat yoga teachers living here too (like me!) and plenty of studios offering yoga classes in English. But sometimes they are hard to find unless you know. Here's a roundup of some of the best places to practice yoga in English in Munich. *Due to the current situation, many ..read more
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What's The Point of Savasana and Do You Have To Do It?
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by Jacqueline Noël
3y ago
You either love it or hate it. Many people have a strong opinion on Corpse Pose. But do you know what the purpose of lying down at the end of a yoga class is? We will delve into that and more below. Werbung. This blog post contains a link to my yoga classes. Often the hardest pose to perform in any yoga class, Savasana or Corpse Pose, has people divided into the "love it" or "hate it" camp. Though the pose itself looks easy, striking the balance between being fully relaxed while still present and aware is truly a difficult challenge. We live in such a fast-paced world nowadays, bombarded with ..read more
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Can You Do Yoga If You're Not Flexible?
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by Jacqueline Noël
3y ago
“I can't do yoga because I'm not flexible". How many times have I heard someone say this? Let me tell you now, you don't have to be flexible to do yoga! Read on to find out why and how to make yoga work for you if you don't feel flexible. Werbung. This blog post contains a link to my Foundations of Yoga course. Can you do yoga if you're not flexible? Yes, you absolutely can! Yoga is a practice for every body, no matter your size, age, gender, or level of flexibility. It's a common misconception that you have to be flexible in order to practice yoga. Yoga is what makes you flexible! With a con ..read more
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6 Yoga Mudras to Improve Your Energy and Mental Health
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by Jacqueline Noël
3y ago
What are yoga mudras and how do they work? Learn about these hand gestures and 6 common yoga mudras that you can include in your practice right away to improve your energy and mental health. Yoga Mudras are often part of every yoga class. When you say thank you to your teacher at the end of your class, you place your hands together in a prayer's position. This is Anjali Mudra. Mudras exist in many different cultures and have been used for thousands of years. Though they may not be assigned the name mudra, we all make meaningful hand gestures everyday. You've probably been using one your whole ..read more
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The Story Behind Yoga's Virabhadrasana (Warrior Poses)
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by Jacqueline Noël
3y ago
The Warrior Poses are named after the fierce warrior, Virabhadra, a mythological Hindu warrior and incarnation of the god Shiva. Said to have a thousand arms and a body as dark as storm clouds, find out the history behind these powerful poses. Have you ever wondered where the Warrior yoga poses got their name from? Well, buckle up, this is the story behind the three Warrior Poses - Virabhadrasana I, II and III. It’s a tragic story full of love, hate, anger, violence, sadness and forgiveness. It begins with the marriage of Lord Shiva and Sati, against the consent of Daksha, Sati’s father. Dak ..read more
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How To Do Warrior III Pose (Virabhadrasana III)
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by Jacqueline Noël
3y ago
Adding a balance challenge to the Warrior Poses, learn how to do Warrior III pose through a step-by-step tutorial, as well as the benefits, some modifications and common mistakes to look out for. Werbung. This blog post contains a link to my Foundations of Yoga course. Warrior III pose, or Virabhadrasana III (veer-uh-buh-DRAHS-uh-nuh) in Sanskrit, is a balancing yoga pose named after the mythological Hindu warrior, Virabhadra. There are three Warrior poses (Warrior I, Warrior II and Warrior III) named after this fierce warrior, an incarnation of the god Shiva. The Warrior poses symbolise our ..read more
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How To Do Warrior II Pose (Virabhadrasana II)
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by Jacqueline Noël
3y ago
One of the most common poses in any yoga class. Learn step-by-step how to do Warrior II pose along with some benefits, modifications and common mistakes to look out for. Werbung. This blog post contains a link to my Foundations of Yoga course. Warrior II pose, or Virabhadrasana II (veer-uh-buh-DRAHS-uh-nuh) in Sanskrit, is one of the most common yoga poses found in any yoga class. It's a foundational yoga pose which means we use Warrior II as the basis to transition into many other poses. Warrior II pose is named after the mythological Hindu warrior, Virabhadra. There are three Warrior poses ..read more
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How To Do Warrior I Pose (Virabhadrasana I)
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by Jacqueline Noël
3y ago
Learn the basics of this foundational yoga pose through a step-by-step tutorial, as well as the benefits, some modifications and common mistakes to look out for. Werbung. This blog post contains a link to my Foundations of Yoga course. Warrior I pose, or Virabhadrasana I (veer-uh-buh-DRAHS-uh-nuh) in Sanskrit, is a standing yoga pose named after the mythological Hindu warrior, Virabhadra. There are three Warrior poses (Warrior I, Warrior II and Warrior III) named after this fierce warrior, an incarnation of the god Shiva. The Warrior poses symbolise our own spiritual warrior fighting against ..read more
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How to Start a Home Yoga Practice
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by Jacqueline Noël
3y ago
Here's how to establish a yoga practice at home by yourself, even if you are a beginner, and reap the physical, mental and emotional benefits that yoga brings. Werbung. This blog post contains some affiliate links. I may earn a commission if you purchase anything using my code. There are many benefits to starting a yoga practice at home. Not only do you save time on the commute, but these days you can literally finish work and take just a few steps to be on your mat. You can practice at any time of the day, and you have so many great teachers at your fingertips - both in live and on demand. Y ..read more
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