YOGA og MEDITATION giver dig mulighed for fordybelse. Nogle gange er det rart at få hjælp til selvHELbredelse, hvor du tager tid til at genopdage, genoplade og genskabe din krop, sind og ånd.

“Yoga is like music. The rhythm of the body, the melody of the mind,
and the harmony of the soul, create a symphony of life.”
– B.K.S. Iyengar



Many people consider yoga to be a physical practice while others experience its spiritual aspects. There are ways we can approach our practice that can significantly increase the psychological and emotional benefits it can offer us, too.

Learning to practice yoga “from the inside out” means that once we’ve learned enough to know to keep our bodies safe, we shift our attention fromwhat we think any given pose or practice is supposed to look like to how it feels. It’s inevitable that toughts of comparing ourselves to others, or judgments about our practice will arise; by learning to gently observe those thoughts and redirecting our attention to our inner experience, we can open up our practice in a new way. We start to listen and take cues from within our own bodies in order to make small, necessary adjustments – whether that be incremental, physical, “micro” adjustments; slowing down our breath; shifting our inner attitude towards ourselves.

As you shift your focus to practicing yoga from the inside out, and begin to explore your emotions during asana practice, your body processes feelings as they arise, yet you continue to receive the physical and spiritual benefits.