The benefits of meditation are no secret and can positively affect every part of your being: mind, body and soul. A regular practice can have real, physical impact such as reducing stress and relieving pain. On a deeper level it connects us to our inner divine wisdom.
There are pivotal moments in life when we most need perspective. The space to connect to our intuition and gain clarity on our direction through this life. And so it was that Silvia found herself spending last Christmas in India on a 15 day silent meditation retreat.
When you take a break from yoga, coming back can be a challenge. In many cases, students don’t stop practicing because they wanted to stop, but because practice got sidelined by something else. Let go of any self-consciousness, get on your mat, close your eyes and breathe.
In a world where stress seems to rule our lives and we feel like we have no control over the direction we are going in, it’s time to wake up to the power of breath. Breathing techniques are now being embraced by people across the world for their infinite benefits.
We are delighted to introduce you to our upcoming 21 Day Yoga Challenge. Open yourself to the possibility of transformation in your life, your mind and your body. Our 21 Day Challenge is for everyone. Go at your own pace and practice loving kindness towards yourself.
Transitions in yoga, and life can be challenging. When we learn to transition with grace and control in our physical practice it affects our life off the mat, filling us with new confidence. We’ve put together some tips on making your transitions smoother and more mindful.
PYC regular Stephanie Achar shares her top 5 tips on how to eat mindfully so you can enjoy food, have plenty of it and live in peace with yourself. Be kind to yourself, accept the way you are, (even if you find it frustrating) to create peace within yourself and the way you eat.
At PYC, we’re introducing a new class to complement your Power Yoga practice: Dharma Yoga with Alix Inness. Sundays from 16:00-17:00 at PYC. They are perfect partners: coming to a Dharma class will open more space in your body to go deeper in your Power Yoga practice.
Dharma Yoga is a graceful and challenging practice. Most poses are held for a longer period of time than in vinyasa practices, which adds a level of difficulty. Alix is lucky enough to have studied under the personal guidance of founder Sri Dharma Mittra, she teaches at PYC every Sunday.