Yoga Asanas<br />Yoga asanas are primarily the physical strand in the thread of Yoga. They adjust and realign the body through stretching the limbs and the spine, by lengthening and strengthening the muscles and joints. They massage the internal organs, promote the circulation of blood and lymph and balance hormonal flow. They reduce stress in the body by freeing up habitual blocks of tension and tightness that we hold onto in the body.<br />
The Yoga Breath<br />The Yoga breathing is primarily the mental strand in the thread of Yoga. Breathing in the deep yogic way steadies the mind, reduces stress and calms the nerves. Yoga informs us that the breath is the link between the body and mind. Deep yoga breathing will also oxygenates the blood stream and help in the removal of toxins.<br />Source: http://www.buzzle.com/img/articleImages/41313-10med.jpg<br />
The Breathe is Life<br />The Yoga relaxation is primarily the spiritual strand in the thread of Yoga. Yoga relaxation promotes a time where the body, mind and spirit can rest as one. It creates a time where you can just be. <br />Source: http://www.mind-and-body-yoga.com/image-files/yogabreathing.jpg <br />
To de-stress, dissolve tensions, relax completely and simply be. A time where you can connect to a deeper part of yourself and just let go of everything. Our spiritual health is as important as our physical and mental and yoga relaxation encourages this. <br />
About Yoga Poses<br />YOGA is about being physically alive, mentally stable and spiritually connected. Experience the real benefits of Yoga with some of these simple but effective poses! <br />
VRKSASANA: Tree Pose <br />A pose that gives you a feeling of being connected both to earth and heaven. Stand in Tadasana – mountain pose. Stand tall and straight. Feet together, knees caps lifted and thighs firm. Lift your chest and roll your shoulders back and down.Steady your gaze and breathe calmly.Bend your right knee and place the foot to the inside of your left thigh. Ground down evenly through your standing foot as your press your left foot into the right thigh. Lift through your perineum (pelvic floor muscles) and gently place your hands to prayer position in front of the chest. Breathe steadily and now raise your arms to the vertical and you reach for the ether and remain connected to earth.<br />
SUPTA BADDHA KONASANA: Supine bound angle pose <br />A perfect posture to start one’s yoga practice as it opens the front body and creates space for all the major organs. A perfect pose for reproductive health in both women and men. It supplies fresh oxygenated blood to the uterus in women and blood flow to the prostrate gland in men. Suptabadddhakonasana removes heaviness off the pelvic organs, creating space for the liver, spleen, heart & lungs.<br />
Meet the Creators of Silent Light Yoga<br />Jacqueline Brumley & Shimon Tchobutaru are a husband & wife team who teach Yoga in Melbourne, Australia.<br />
SILENT LIGHT YOGA is an online community where people can share ideas, knowledge, ask questions and discuss anything and everything Yoga!<br />
Learn About the Benefits of Yoga<br />Yoga is about coming home to your self. It is about being physically alive, mentally stable and spiritually connected. It is about creating a time for your self where you spend a quality hour on your self. It is a present you give your self. Yoga benefits us in three ways: physically, mentally & spiritually.<br />
Review & Recommend Yoga DVDs<br />SILENT LIGHT YOGA create DVDs that approach the practice of Yoga in a balanced way. Our Yoga DVDs are based on the 3 key components of Yoga: mental, physical and spiritual. We believe that Yoga is about living life in a healthy way – about being physically alive, mentally stable and spiritually connected.<br />
Welcome to Silent Light Yoga<br />It's with great pleasure that we welcome you all to our new Yoga community Silent Light Yoga! Our aim is unify people across the globe who are passionate about Yoga, health, spirituality and wellness. We hope you enjoy all the benefits of the community and look forward to sharing with you our extensive knowledge of Yoga in all its wonderful forms!Namastéhttp://silentlightyoga.com<br />
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