At ignite-magazine, let yoga ignite your inner spark. With every position and each practice, yoga strengthens our awareness of the beautiful connection between the mind, body and soul. Like-minded women from all different stages of life come together at our yoga retreats to flow as one in a nurturing environment. Whether you’re a committed yogi or a newcomer to the practice, you’ll find the guidance and encouragement you need to find inner balance and strength. Yoga benefits us physiologically, psychologically and biochemically. By Connecting YOGA to your Soul and mind, unleashing blockages and tension. The age-old practice is also known to improve your mood, raise concentration levels and attention spans, and advance your cardio and circulatory health.
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Yoga, the union of mind and body, requires a particular attitude to work at its best. When we connect with the place of resistance in the body, and open our being to sense and feel the connection with that place, we find that the edge of resistance usually moves and we are able to enter a new place. We get a new perspective and a new sense of self.
What is actually happening is that a whole bunch of neurology, which is limiting you, now has an opportunity to rewire into something more freely, for your mind and your body. You feel great! The more we do this the more flexible we become, and not just on the yoga ma in our lives.
In order to maximize these shifts to a more flexible embodied version of you, there are several things you can do while practicing your yoga, no matter what flavor of yoga you prefer. These are methods taken from energetic healing and spiritual development practices. Showing up connected to your soul, means that the idea of who you are is connected to the truth of who you are, which is sacred and held within your felt sense energy.
This felt sense provides access to our source energy, and it contains energetic imprints, which hold all the ‘information’ about unresolved past moments that are shaping our beliefs and views, and thus limiting our potential. In turn, these affect ‘who’ we think we are, and therefore the attitude we bring to our yoga. It is a bit like a fish trying to know about water. The good news is also that your felt sense energy contains the code for our divine purpose. So by connecting with it you will be heading in the right direction. At ignite-magazine, there is great information to how to make your yoga practice sacred and powerful in seven easy steps. Ignite Magazine also provides tips and advice for women, with focus on depression, health, fitness, weight loss, nutrition, sex and relationships, emotional well-being, beauty and style. For more information visit the site http://www.ignite-magazine.com/ .