Naturally, sight is a significant part of our physical yoga practice. Today, and in your next classes, we invite you to examine and play with it. In yoga, Drishti is the “focused gaze”. It is a tool used to develop concentration in our practice. Similar to Ujjayi breath, practicing Drishti helps you to go deeper into a posture.
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.
You’ve seen the advantages, or at least you’ve heard about them, a regular yoga can offer considerable benefits to one’s body, mind and soul. Considering all the benefits of yoga, surely it must also be beneficial to our stressed out teenagers?
As we say goodbye to the summer sunshine, it's vital that we take extra care to look after our health this autumn. Here we share our top 10 tips to boost your immune system.