What people lack the most nowadays is time, everyone is in a rush and has a million things to do every day and it becomes ever so difficult to dedicate the desired time to the practice of Yoga. Many of us can only manage once a week, or maybe twice a week but with difficulty. Gradually as we explore the world of Yoga in more depth we come to realize that it requires a certain amount of time to be fully appreciated.
If doing yoga every day with our teacher is not feasible, then practising at home is an alternative even if less captivating. The trick is to manage your time so as to allott 15 minutes every day to practising yoga…….perhaps by postponing watching our favourite TV series. Prioritizing is essential if your time is limited.
Have you managed to put aside 15 minutes to practise yoga - in the morning before breakfast maybe? Now you can practise the asanas (postures), pranayamas and meditation exercises which you learned during the course, perhaps spending more time on each asana to achieve the pose with less effort. Don’t forget to turn your attention towards the inner self, freeing your mind of resolutions, objectives and cravings which tend to enslave us - strive to become non-judgmental observers, which in yoga is called “Drashta”.
Asanas will contribute to achieving a toned body, but it is the mental aspect which really counts in yoga and which requires concentration and perseverance…..only in this way, and through time, will those who practise yoga possess a “secret weapon” to effectively tackle everyday life with awareness and self-confidence.
Besides achieving awareness and self-confidence, doing yoga offers a number of other benefits. Let’s look at the 3 main points which are the driving factors to actually find the time to attend a yoga school.
Daily yoga practice brings a myriad of benefits, such as curing insomnia, support in problem solving, slowing down the aging process, improving flexibility, balance and concentration, etc.
Yogamea yoga school organizes yoga retreats, intensive weeks and Yoga Teacher training courses. We’re specialize in Hatha Yoga, the foundation for all other yoga interpretations according to the most ancient texts. Attending a Yogamea yoga course does not only mean learning Asanas but also understanding how to be more flexible, self-confident and resilient thanks to Pranayama and Pawanmuktakasana.
Treat yourself. Find out how to become a yoga teacher with Yogamea by taking a look at our full course outline here. Our courses will provide you with a deep knowledge of yoga and its practices, from beginners to the advanced level, alternating between theory and practical exercises for a simple and systematic learning experience.
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