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Yoga Anywhere: 5 Standing Asanas

Hello Yogi. This is the last post about the feature: Yoga Anywhere! This last topic will focus about Standing Asana. I did want to keep it general because I do feel that standing asana can be practice everywhere. This time I choose poses that help enhance the focus and the relaxation of the mind. Apart…

Yoga anywhere: 5 Asanas for your daily office life!

Hello Yogi. This is the second post about the Yoga Anywhere Section. Many people is dreaming to have a job as a Yoga Teacher or have enough time to practice at least one hour per day. The reality in many cases, unluckily is different. If you work in a office, you will spend time sitting….

Yoga anywhere: 5 Asanas in the airport

5 Asanas in the airport… We all have been traveled in a long journey that made our body sore. Today I want to share 5 best Asana which are the best for my point of view to practice in the airport. Considering that you will spend long time sitting in a not comfortable position, we…

Ashtanga Yoga Talking: Samadhi

Ashtanga Yoga Talking: Samadhi, the enlightenment process.. The explanation of Samadhi as enlightenment. This is the last of the limbs that Yogi would achieve. Is not possible to reach Samadhi if the individual didn’t have followed the other 7 limbs of Ashtanga Yoga. Samadhi differently to the other limbs is not possible to practice. It…

Ashtanga Yoga Talking: Dhyana

Ashtanga Yoga Talking. Dyhana, the meditation status If we achieve a good concentration status, we can automatically step into the Meditation process. To be in a meditation process is hard and it needs,  the mind to get rid of any thoughts. Practice Meditation it means to withdraw any thoughts that are in our mind with…

Ashtanga Yoga Talking: Dharana

Ashtanga Yoga Talking: Dharana the concentration of a Yogi After we have seen the Pratyahara as control of senses, we check the sixth limb of Yoga called Dharana. Dharana is also about control and about concentration of the mind. This is the early stage of meditation. Being concentrate it helps the practitioner to achieve Samadhi,…

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