The word “Yoga” means to join, connect, integrate and harmonize. Yoga, an ancient science of millennia, is a native of India and based on a system that develops the union and harmony between body, mind and spirit. Yoga is not a religion but a philosophy and a practice based on the principles of a life of wisdom applicable to all, regardless of our religion or our beliefs.
WHAT IS YOGA?
Yoga practice helps to maintain and regain good physical, emotional and spiritual. The practice is orchestrated around the “asanas,” breathing exercises, relaxation, and meditation.
Regular practice of asanas sculpts, tones and strengthens the body while respecting its limits and capabilities. This bodily practice has a soothing effect on the mind.
The “pranayama” teaches us to breathe properly, steadily and slowly. Smooth breathing brings health and vitality to the entire body. Emotions are closely linked to breathing, deeper breathing calm and quickly soothes the fluctuations of the mind.
Relaxation is an important part of yoga practice. It is through deep relaxation exercises physical and mental tensions are cleared from the body and mind and the negative effects of stress (headaches, depression, digestive disorders, addictions, insomnia, etc.) are gradually eliminated.
Meditation is at the heart of yoga. This practice develops our ability to live in the moment, it sharpens our ability to focus and allows us to discover that there are in all of us, under the waves of our mind, an ocean of calm, peace and serenity.
FINDING THAT THE COURSE WILL BE SUITABLE ME?
We offer several forms of yoga. Taking into account your current health, your physical abilities, and your goals, we will establish together your profile and will advise you on the form of yoga that will best meet your expectations and your needs. For a list of courses, click here.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF YOGA?
Sculpts and tones the silhouette.
Increases body strength, flexibility and muscle tissue and joint mobility.
Balance and harmony between body mind and spirit.
Increases mental concentration, emotional stability and tranquility of mind.
Soothes mental agitation reduces the effects of stress and anxiety.
Improves the functions of your respiratory, circulatory, digestive and hormonal.
Promotes the circulation of blood and other body fluids.
Purifies and cleanses the organs.
Significantly reduces the effects associated with insomnia, depression, nervousness and stress.
WHAT SHOULD I DO AND BRING TO A FIRST YOGA CLASS?
He recommended practicing yoga two hours after a light meal 4-6 hours after a heavy meal. Drink water before and after your practice to avoid drinking during practice. Wear comfortable clothing and in which you can move easily.
Yoga is practiced barefoot on a yoga mat.
If you sweat profusely, bring a towel to wipe you.
Please avoid wearing heavy perfume, cologne during the yoga session.
Yoga is a practice without any notion of comparison, competition or performance.
Be patient, persistent and compassionate to yourself and especially keep your sense of humor.