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Yin Poses for Better Sleep and Yoga Teacher Training in Bali

Need a relaxing sleep after a hectic day or facing inconvenience in having a sound sleep? Yin Yoga is the answer for it. Yin Yoga is all about maintaining a balance between your energies. Anything that is keeping your brain occupied or a physical ailment that is causing a hindrance in sleeping can be overcome […]

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Differences and Similarities between Ashtanga Yoga and Vinyasa Yoga

Ashtanga yoga and Vinyasa yoga have a lot of similarities and differences. Both of these styles are very popular among yoga practice. If you have been looking for 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Retreat, then you have come to the right spot. You can continue to read about what to expect from these styles before […]

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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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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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Vinyasa yoga for anxiety and depression

Depression is a prevalent problem amongst teens and even adults these days–all the more reason for you to become a positive influence in the community and encourage more people to practice yoga, especially vinyasa yoga, because of its positive benefits to our mind, body, mood, and spirit. Vinyasa Yoga for relaxation Vinyasa yoga, in essence, focuses on […]

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health benefits of vinyasa yoga

  Some yoga styles are focused on relaxation, others are aimed at strengthening the physical core and flexibility, and some are simply for spiritual practice. While some claims to go beyond human senses which could be hard to prove, there are actually scientifically proven benefits of yoga – especially Vinyasa. The 4 most important benefits of […]

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