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Matsyasana will wake you up, ground you, and leave you feeling refreshed. Thia back bending pose lifts your heart and lightens your mood. Fish Pose strengthens your back and stretches your abdominals, Commonly practiced as a counter pose for shoulder stand inversion, the deep neck curve of this pose also benefits the thyroid. As a […]

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At Inner yoga teacher training bali we love exploring and experiencing the powerful influence essential oils have on the body mind and spirit. If like us, you are fascinated by these tiny but mighty oils and the effect they have on our nervous system, emotions, physical body and mind, keep on reading to discover how to […]

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200 Hours Yoga Certification Courses 2020

Many of us consider morning routines to be a luxury for the self-employed, people without children or those that don’t have to work a normal 9-5 job. It can sometimes feel a little unrealistic for many of us to take time out of our mornings and incorporate self-care practices for ourselves before we begin our […]

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The chakras are vortices of subtle energy within the human aura – an electromagnetic field of varying vibrational frequencies often called our luminous body. Traditionally there are 7 principle chakras – the base chakra, the sacral chakra, the heart chakra, the throat chakra, the third eye chakra and the crown chakra. Through these chakras flow […]

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Choosing the right 200 hour yoga teacher training can feel like a pretty overwhelming decision; with so many options, styles and locations to choose from around the world it can feel like the possibilities are endless and it can be tricky to know which option will be the best for you. We sat down with […]

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  What is Vinyasa Yoga? Vinyasa Yoga has a focus on movement with each movement linked to the breath, which is given primacy, acting as an anchor as you move seamlessly from one pose to the next.  During the practice, the breath initiates your movement and acts as a pointer to show you how connected […]

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