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Yoga and Mental Health

Yoga Asanas To Improve Mental Health

By Asana, Meditation, Mental Health, Mindfulness, Motivational, Wellbeing, Yoga

I hope you are all having a wonderful week this week. This week’s post is the second part of our yoga and mental health series. You can check out last week’s post here. As you might remember I discussed my own personal struggles with depression and anxiety and I explained how much yoga helped me, even if I wasn’t going to classes, I did several Asanas (poses) before bed to help me feel more grounded and happy. Of course, one…

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What a Month in India Taught Me About Yoga

By Ireland, Mindfulness, Yoga

What a Month in India Taught me About Yoga * Before I begin I want to make clear that the views expressed here are purely objective and that I’m only going on what I experienced, not an in-depth study or survey. ‘What are the differences between practicing yoga in the West and practicing in India?’ This is a question I’ve been asked quite regularly in recent weeks, having embarked on a solo trip with no definitive end on the basis…

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5 Questions To Help Bring You Back to This Moment

By Asana, Healthy, Meditation, Mindfulness, Motivational, Restorative, Students, Teachers, Wellbeing, Yoga

5 Questions That Will Bring You Back to This Moment  ‘The time will come when, With elation, You will greet yourself arriving At your own door, in your own mirror, And each will smile at the other’s welcome, And say, sit here. Eat. You will love again the stranger who was yourself. Give wine. Give bread. Give back your heart To itself, to the stranger who has loved you all your life, whom you ignored For another, who knows you…

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How The Heck Do I Start Practicing Mindfulness? And Why Do I Need to?

By Dublin, Matt Quigley, Meditation, Mindfulness, Wellbeing, Yoga, YogaHub

Wouldn’t it be great to be completely aware of our actions rather than just acting them out? Or better still wouldn’t it be amazing if we learned to stop ourselves before we said or did something that we’ll either immediately or shortly after regret? And if you don’t know what I’m talking about at all maybe you know about thinking about something that worries you or stresses you out to the point where you don’t feel like you’re anything else…

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