Hatha/Vinyasa Flow Yoga
Hatha/Vinyasa Flow Yoga is quite simply linking breath with movement. It is meant to stretch and strengthen muscles while balancing and calming the mind. Traditional yoga poses are used with breath and intention being the foundations of the practice. It is meant to stretch and strengthen muscles while balancing and calming the mind. It is based in the tradition of Ashtanga which, in sanskrit, means ‘eight limbs’ which These are the steps and disciplines that one follows in order to purify mind and body. The pace can be fast or slow depending on the needs of the student.
Proper physical alignment and strengthening of the body are bi-products of a yoga practice. These aid the body in healing itself and help the body recover from injury. The habitual practice of yoga helps also brings about another bi-product that is invaluable, relaxation. It helps to transform the individual by de-stressing both the mind and body and build a personal sense of spirituality thus allowing the practitioner to live at peak health and be at peace on the inside and out.
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