You need good sleep. This article will help you understand why lack of sleep makes you feel so dreadful, and how you can prepare yourself to drift off more easily. It includes an illustrated gentle bedtime yoga sequence you can use to shift your body and mind into rest mode for better, deeper sleep.
Yin Yoga asanas stretch what we call the yin tissues. Yin tissues are deeper tissues such as the tendons, fascia, ligaments, and the other connective tissues of the body. Our yin tissues are less vascular (supplied with blood) and less elastic, and therefore need more time to stretch. When stretched regularly, it increases the overall flexibility, circulation, and range of motion of the joints and fascia.
As a Yin Yoga teacher, you have an important role. You facilitate the students to turn inwards and find a place of inner stillness. In this blog, I share 10 tips to guide students into a powerful Yin Yoga experience.
Yin Yoga and Restorative Yoga both calm the mind and body. But did you know they are not the same? In this article, you’ll learn their differences and similarities and which one is the best fit for you.
Migraines affect between 10% to 20% of the population. That’s more than a billion people! You know how unbearable they can be if you’re one of them. Follow these tips to prevent and relieve migraines with yoga poses and breathing exercises.
Yin Yoga consists of passive yoga poses that are held for long durations. Although it’s a restorative practice, it can be rather challenging. Find out about the common misconceptions, benefits and principles of Yin Yoga.
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