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yoga mudras elements

In one of our previous blog posts, we were outlining five of the most popular mudras that you can use in your own yoga practice. Mudras are hand gestures or seals that can lead energies. Mudra means “that what brings joy”, where ‘mud’ stands for joy and ‘ra’ means to give. In this article, we […]

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Yoga Teacher Training Bali

Guest Post by Inner Yoga Student Pedro Bastos-Lisbon 10 years from now on, I am practicing yoga. I didn’t do it that regularly as I would have liked in the past, but every time I am joining a class, I am feeling great and peaceful! Before becoming a yoga teacher: Working in the corporate world […]

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Yoga Anjali Mudra

Mantras can be used during meditation, to open a yoga practice or for daily practices. They are powerful tools to focus, create vibrations in the body and to set an intention for a specific topic. In this post, we will explore the meaning of some powerful mantras for healing, peace, love, protection, and for breaking […]

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yoga retreat to bali

You are just about to leave your home for joining a yoga teacher training. But now you’re asking yourself what to pack? Well, let’s say a yoga teacher training probably won’t require you to pack heavy loads of trekking shoes, pullovers, camping gear or similar. Usually, you don’t even need as many things as you […]

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Three Legged Dolphin Yoga Detox

Our bodies all have an in-built capability of self-cleansing and detoxing which is often done automatically without us noticing it. But when we are overloaded with toxins or our organs are not working properly, the natural functions of our body to get rid of toxins weakens. This can be due to a lack of movement or […]

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Common Styles of Yoga

A lot of yoga schools have been developed over time, and there is quite a few to choose from nowadays – which can feel a bit overwhelming. Each form of yoga comes with its own benefits – thus some drawing their attention to alignment, whereas others offer a dynamic flow or focus on relaxation. Here […]

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Chakras Meaning

Long ago, ancient cultures developed a system to explain why disease, imbalances and suffering in our bodies occur. According to old Hindu beliefs, life force (prana), is carried throughout our bodies in channels. This energy is being collected in seven energy centers called chakras. Chakra is the Sanskrit word for wheel. Chakras can be seen […]

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Vinyasa Yoga History

“Nothing is static but changes every moment.” – Edwin Bryant Vinyasa refers to the belief that nothing is static, there is always movement and with movement comes change. This principle can be projected onto our entire life. In contrast to holding static postures, vinyasa creates a dynamic flow of seamless movement bringing postures together. Beside […]

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yin yoga certification

It’s almost midnight and it just occurred to you that you’ve been researching beginner yoga teacher training courses for the past three hours. We’ve all been here. Maybe you’re even hitting that stage of doubt … questioning whether this is really something you should launch yourself into. Maybe you’re asking yourself, “Do I have enough years of […]

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