Getting bored of your regular workout routine? Even the most enjoyable workout can get boring if you practice it the same way every day. That’s why you should move your yoga practice outdoors! Yoga is a great way to unwind after a long day and relieve any stress you might have. Taking it outdoors will provide a deeper and more gratifying experience. It’s even proven that exercising outdoors has a positive impact on your vitality, or in other words, increases your enthusiasm, aliveness and energy.
You practice yoga daily, but as with any physical activity, you wonder how to avoid yoga injuries. You already know yoga is one of the fastest growing fitness routines throughout the U.S., and its benefits include reduced anxiety, stress, and muscle tension, as well as improved flexibility, strength and confidence. You also know research has proved the positive benefits yoga has on involuntary body cycles including an improvement in heart rate, respiration and metabolism, and has been seen to help reduce pain. Your practice is filled with possibilities for a growth in inner peace and better health, but it is important to recognize the proper techniques involved in order avoid yoga injuries.
Do you ever feel like you woke up on the wrong side of the bed and are instantly in a bad mood? Yeah, us too! Instead of hitting the snooze button one more time, try these 5 simple yoga poses that will put you in a good mood every morning! We wholeheartedly believe that our practice elevates our mood, as well as keeps us anxiety-free. There are even scientific studies that support the idea that there are genes linked to stress that can actually be turned on and off through yoga. So, why wouldn’t you want to try these moves?
We understand that being an athlete can cause damage and put severe strain on the body, which is why we’ve compiled great yoga poses for our athletes. Many athletes feel they don’t have the patience or the time to add yoga to their already rigorous training schedule. However, we believe they will find that adding yoga to their routine will not only protect their body and prevent injuries, but they will also perform better. It’s why so many professional sports teams are now adding yoga into their weekly mix of workouts. With yoga, athletes can recover faster after workouts, strengthen weakened areas that may have affect their performance, and develop their concentration.
Say goodbye to tossing and turning all night! Yoga has many benefits including physical strength and flexibility, reducing stress, improved breathing and mental focus, but did you know yoga also has positive effects on sleep!? Sleep deprivation is one of top major stressors among US adults – sounds like time for a yoga session!
When you hear meditation, does ‘OM’ instantly play on repeat in your mind? If so, you probably only see meditation in one light – and that’s where we come in! For a beginner yogi, you might be unaware that meditation is incorporated into yoga sessions. Now, don’t let this scare you away! We have collected 4 meditation techniques for yoga beginners that make meditation not as nerve-wracking as you are initially thinking! The main purpose is to focus and quiet your mind and with a few simple tricks, you can get there! Sounds pretty easy, right??
Coffee, coffee, coffee! If this is your first thought when you wake up in the morning you are definitely not alone. In fact, 65% of Americans drink a cup of coffee with their breakfast! What happens when the caffeine induced energy buzz wears off? Most people instinctively reach for another cup of afternoon coffee, without realizing it might not be the best choice.
Here at Yogis On The Go, we love to partner with like-minded businesses, brands and organizations making awesome things happen in the DFW yoga community and beyond. We are excited to introduce you to Reef Point Yoga – a new studio opening on May 17th in Cityline Richardson. If you consider yourself an art lover, and if you love yoga, this is the studio for you!
Abs. We all want them, and when we get them we want to keep them! If you aren’t a fan of crunches,like most people in the world, look no further. Yoga is a fantastic way to build your core strength and tone your abdominals!
All yoga sessions naturally help tone your core because you are supporting the weight of other body parts. A strong core is essential to balancing on one leg, twisting like a pretzel or just getting into a sturdy triangle pose.
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