Gentle hip openers. Foundation for back bends - Dhyana Yoga and Ayurveda
Safe and healthy back bends, need a foundation based on stability. It is important to build balance between strength and flexibility around the hips, quadriceps, hamstrings and upper back. This practice will give you the principles for you to build your own back bend practice.
Matsyasana. Supported Fish flow - Dhyana Yoga and Ayurveda
Embrace the beauty of this supported heart opener, releasing tension from the shoulders, neck and upper back. Strengthen your respiratory and circulatory system, providing a better foundation for your breath and Prana, while supporting emotions like compassion, love, confidence, courage and vitality.
Yoga Holiday Practice - Dhyana Yoga and Ayurveda
Slow down and embrace the joyful spirit of the Holidays with this gentle flow of hip openers. This asanas flow will help you to release tension accumulated around the hips, lower back and shoulders. From there, exhale anything that doesn't serve you anymore and bring your awareness to the Light of Joy that shines from within.
New Moon Restorative yoga practice - Dhyana Yoga and Ayurveda
Fire transforms and purifies. Fire give us the energy to achieve our intentions. Tejas is the inner heat or fire of yoga that can sustains our most positive aspirations in life. Tejas provides us the energy and self discipline that arises from our own inner seeking. Enjoy this gentle restorative flow or choose one asana at the time. Be the Light. Namaste
Harmonizing Vata Subdoshas: The five Pranic breaths - Dhyana Yoga and Ayurveda
Vata Dosha relates to the nervous system and therefore reaches every part of the body. Each one of the five subdoshas has a designated function and location. These five vayus or winds created the movement or impulses that travel along the nerves, muscles, lungs, blood vessels and everywhere there is bodily movement. Harmonizing this Vata and its Subdoshas will create a strong and healthy foundation for the good performance of all physical, physiological, psychological and emotional functions of our being. Namaste