all about yoga philosophy for beginners, includes info on the 8 limbs of yoga, the vedic texts, bhagavad gita and more.
Chakra Energy Healing - How to use it for Sleeping Better
Chakra refers to energy points in your body. They are thought to be spinning disks of energy that should stay "open" and aligned, as they correspond to bundles of nerves, major organs, and areas of our energetic body that affect our emotional and physical well-being. Learn more about it now and how it can help you fall asleep faster & sleep better! #fallingasleep #sleep #sleepissues #sleepingissues #sleeping
What Yoga Philosophy Teaches Us About Giving Generously
Yoga philosophy encourages us to give generously. But this can be so much more than just giving money to worthy causes. Our time & actions however small can create positive change. It's time to make waves and create that ripple effect. Click to learn more about the third Yama ‘Astheya’ (non-stealing) from the five Yamas of the Eightfold Path (or Eight Limbs of Yoga) in Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra.
Yamas and Niyamas
There are 8 limbs of yoga on the path to enlightenment. Of those 8 limbs asana and pranayama are the most practiced of the 8 limbs. However, yoga is more than just a physical practice. Yoga has a strong philosophical foundation that begins with the Yamas and the Niyamas. These philosophies help to guide us in the ways we interact with the world and how we interact with ourselves. They are just as important as our asana practice and lay the groundwork for the remaining six limbs of yoga.
Understanding the Yamas & Niyamas
Beginners guide to understanding the yamas and the niyamas. Learn these important pieces of yoga philosophy that teach us how to interact with the world and ourselves
What Yoga Means - For Poses And Beyond - MB Zen
Yoga means something different for every person – but in order to truly understand this practice, you will have to go to the roots. Starting with its etimology, continuing with its more practical meaning, and ending with the meaning of some poses. #WhatYogaMeansToMe #MeaningOfYoga #YogaMeaning