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Active Meditation

We all think that meditation is having to sit in a position/posture and having to be still for a long period of time. I have recently learnt that there is something called an “active meditation”. Base on our core personality, different ways of meditation will get us into the state

A Yogi or Yoga Practitioner?

In the most layman way I would describe the differences of this above would be: Yogi: vegetarian, practises yoga daily, believes in yoga fully as the only true way of living, healing and strives to attain true enlightenment (this word is very vague but I guess, It must be true

Can seniors practice Pranayama?

Pranayama is a set of breathing exercises that help to remove physical and emotional obstructions from our bodies. Prana is the word for breath, and Ayama means the energy of life and control individually. As a result, pranayama means learning to hold your breath to enrich your body. As one

Yoga for seniors

With the world’s population ageing rapidly, adopting a regular fitness routine can benefit seniors by improving their quality of life and allowing them to preserve their independence. However, many older people struggle to find a safe, low-impact activity that suits their physical abilities. Yoga for seniors may be a suitable option,

Pranayama: Anulom Vilom

Anulom Vilom is also known as alternate nostril breathing. It involves conscious inhalation through one nostril and exhalation through the other. Ratio of inhalation to exhalation is 1:2. Hence, one is to inhale for 3 counts and exhale for 6.  Benefits This breathing technique helps you relax and calm your

Yoga and me.

Yoga derives from the word ” Yug” which means Union.  To some people, yoga is a religion, it can also be a form of exercise. To others, it’s a lifestyle. It doesn’t really matter what it is to anyone as long as one finds their own reason(s) to practise; to

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