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- Stretches the chest and lungs
- Strengthens the arms and wrists, legs, buttocks, abdomen, and spine
- Stimulates the thyroid and pituitary
- Increases energy and counteracts depression
- Therapeutic for asthma, back pain, infertility, and osteoporosis
When you embark on your own personal yoga (wellness) journey, focus on health and strength over being thin and the rest will take care of itself.
Sincere honesty in grace. Not being afraid to speak your truth and express your authentic self. Not feeling threatened when listening to another’s authentic truth. Removing fear from the equation entirely. Knowing when to speak poignantly and also knowing when it is better to remain silent. Right communication, both parts, speaking and listening, in wisdom and sincerity. Mean what you say. Listen with an open heart. Satya.
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Yoga has been called a “breath practice” by many experienced yogis. That’s partially because many styles of yoga link breathing and moving. But it’s also because the breath can reveal the truth about our condition, even when the external form of the body does not. The breath never lies!
When we practice yoga, our hope is to approach our edge in each pose, while keeping focused and centered, with the breath full and steady throughout. If you’re ever unsure whether you’re doing too much or not enough, listen to your breath. If you can’t keep breathing evenly in a posture, it’s a signal that you should back off to a simpler version of the asana—or take a rest.
This is also true of our daily lives. When you find yourself feeling tense, stressed, or overworked, try checking in with your breath. If it’s even, calm, and rhythmic, then you’re probably going to be OK. If it’s choppy, short, and strained, then take a break, find a moment of relaxation, and wait for it to return to normal.