Starting your Monday on a positive note!
Inspiration Tip from Tara Chirimar
Connecting to a certain quality that you like to attract can change your perception completely. An example can be to stay relaxed whenever responding in a difficult conversation.
Whenever I want to focus on that certain quality that I feel I need to bring out that day, I simply repeat that quality in my mind a few times, as a mantra. Sometimes I sit down for 5 minutes and allow all associations that come up with that quality to arise. If I don't even have 5 minutes to sit down, I repeat my mantra during taking a shower or getting dressed.
Strengthening those connections in your mind will lead to a stronger connection to whatever you choose to cultivate!
When time is short and motivation is lacking, even a 10 minute yoga routine is always better than no yoga at all.
A Happy and Loving New Year! Re-energize your body after New Years Eve with the powerful benefits of the Bow pose!
A pose focusing at the spine and opening the chest will be a nice pose to create some energy.
Earth, Water, Fire, Wind, Space!
Winter season naturally invites us to go more inwards, the days are shorter and we want to stay inside more.
Hakini Mudra facilitates the flow of energy in the subtle body and enhance one’s journey within.
This practice is a great way to balance your energy at any moment of the day you feel overwhelmed or just need a little break to pull inwards.
The stretch of the torso and the heart opening care for a release of toxins in our digestive system and it activates our lymphatic and immune systems.
Feeling a bit ungrounded, restless and busy in the mind? Take this pose for 5-10 breaths.
Connecting to a certain quality that you like to attract can change your perception completely.
jjayi Viloma is a simple pranayama technique that helps you develop your Ujjayi breathing, opens your senses and fills you with energy.
A little peaceful morning routine makes all the difference for the rest of your day.
A pose to open up the heart can be a pose to create happiness. For self-acceptance, compassion for yourself and for all others surrounding you. And ultimately to come to a state of happiness of whom ever you are.