Wanna see my to do list? No? You have one yourself? Fine. Not that I’ve got some borderline variety of OCD (Obsessive- Compulsive Disorder) but mine is really good, it’s got a yoga class on Thursday evening in it.
Archive for the ‘Yoga In Daily Life’ Category
Yoga is recommended for everyone: those who work out in a gym, those who don’t; those who had babies and those who didn’t, men, athletes, couch potatoes, even PE teachers and your boss.
You are living in the city and it shows on you, finally. Eventually we all get to that point where creams, lotions and a salary you can live with just can’t cover it anymore, the signs of stress and aging. Aging is fine and natural especially if you intend to age gracefully but what of [...]
Twist and bend your way into an asana or a pose and feel the energy flowing…The couch potato within argues that it is pins and needles it’s feeling right now. Yoga is not for the weak of stomach.
It is best to think of yoga even before the symptoms of general life stress manifest themselves .You know it when you feel tired even when you’re not even doing anything unanticipated. Lack of vitality can mean general stress in women. You have that lazy and sluggish feeling that is hard to trace, a mild [...]
Yoga is an umbrella term for practices rooted in traditional Hindu systems of physical exercise and mental discipline. It has come to us through natural human means- those who came from there brought it with them and those of us who came there came back to us with yoga practices.
Does life feel like you’re a zombie dancing to a tired music? We all feel like that sometimes. Wading through everyday life even makes others feel catatonic on the inside, not that we as a people don’t like working. It’s just that life and its daily demands seem to suck all the energy out of [...]
Everyone grows up wanting world peace, we would even settle for personal peace. Aspiring for peace is not just for tree huggers (term for environmentally conscious people used here in a loving way), modern hippies, beauty queens and politicians, it is a household word. Where do we begin and how?