DO YOU HAVE AN EXAM?

Since we cannot ban exams, it is best to find out how to relieve the anxiety we feel before them. Anxiety is the feeling a person has when they expect something stressful to happen.

What is the worst thing that can happen if you do not pass an exam?

When you are tense and worried, your whole body may be affected.

Having too many negative thoughts leaves no room in the mind to focus on the questions and remember or elaborate the answers.

Then, lock negative thoughts. Look at any negative message you may be sending yourself (“I am not good at exams” or “If I fail this exam, I am fatal”). These kinds of thoughts can make your anxiety worse and prevent you from doing your best on the test.

So, breathe, get ready, learn, accept mistakes and take care of yourself … it’s just an exam!!, 

….to the beautiful people that I found in my class!!

 

15 MIN YOGA A DAY

We just need 15 min at day:

Yoga is a very old physical and mental practice that has been spreading throughout the world due to its benefits. It is a discipline that has widely demonstrated that it can improve our quality of life, not only physically but also mentally and spiritually.

His practice becomes an extremely powerful transformation agent that causes profound changes in our health.

Some of its main benefits are:

Reduce stress

Improves sleep

Extends life and prevents degenerative diseases

Doing yoga only 15 minutes a day is enough to produce biochemical changes in the brain and neurons!

Then: What are you waiting to  practice yoga every day?

YOGA AND RADIANT SKIN

 

Normally we usually play sports for the theme of “body worship.” To keep the line, control cholesterol, fell strong… etc.. We also focus it to “clear the mind.” Forgetting the tensions of accumulated, and avoiding the problems of day to day, is another of our objectives.

But when we  practice  yoga, in addition to being phenomenal for the two previous options, a third appears: maintain a healthy and radiant skin. We create the right conditions for the blood to oxygenate well, and reach every corner of our body to nourish all the cells.

With the exercise of the Asanas (it is the name by which the postures that we practice in yoga are known), the skin recovers a healthier tone and the expression lines are attenuated.

In addition, we strengthen all the muscles, eliminate tensions and favour the proper functioning of all organs and viscera.

Then: Would you like to feel it??  Just practice yoga

wHY YOGA IN THIS MODERN DAYS?

Hi:

Here I m… the Spanish again!

And, I question myself?? Why  yoga in those days? …There is nothing that can accurately describe what yoga  produces on you, rather than practice it, experience it and love it. For many of the practitioners it is like medicine, like the elixir of modern society.

This discipline is for all those who really want a response to concerns, to those who need more strength in all aspects of their lives, to those who want to be encouraged to do new things, to those who never practice, to the curious, to those who read about ancestral philosophies, those who want to renew … this method is for everyone, and everyone can practice and experience a special personal experience.

But, to assimilate and experiment the changes it is necessary a good predisposition. You need to go out and enter different moods. The practice will help you to have a power, help you to stop and start again, fly, jump, relax… . Something very good will happen with yoga.  The world needs yoga! And nobody is going to tell you in this days that you have to really follow a guru for doing yoga. The transformation is personal and individual. Yoga is one, is the union, it does not divide anything.

Then: DOES YOGA FIT IN YOUR MODERN DAYS?

WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR IN YOUR YOGA PRACTICE

 

Hello:

First you will have to forgive my little level of English language, I m Spanish. I just land in Singapore 3 weeks ago from Barcelona and I start my course of yoga to be a teacher of yoga for beginners  …  you will also have to forgive my basic language when I will try to explain what I was looking for in my yoga practice.

Is been few years ago when I start practising yoga  when  I found that yoga  is much more than postures. I found yoga was for me an absolutely personal growth path which uses the body as a vehicle.

Beyond yoga styles or preferences according to each body, I found that first of all yoga is the respect for the body and its limits. I work with my body as my best companion, from breathing, postural awareness and mobility, without forcing (not without effort), so this  practice give  me benefits at all levels. But not all people  are prepared to go that way, and most of them can  push their bodies for many years until they get to frustration, or worse, some kind of injury. I think that if yoga leads you to want to do more “advanced” postures, to want to get to touch your feet, or anything else that is to force your body, it is not real yoga. Yoga is much more than postures.  For me Yoga have to be  a kind of balance between doing and not doing, knowing how to stop and when to go a little further. But we need time for practice and space for listening and connecting with our bodies.

Then: WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR IN YOUR YOGA PRACTICE??