So, you've gotten serious about your yoga practice. Now that you have dedicated yourself to this lifestyle of strengthening and opening your body, improving mental clarity, and reducing stress, it's also important to have all the right elements to continue on this yoga path. One of the main things you need in a yoga practice, of course, is a good yoga mat. You may have started with an off-brand standard mat that you purchased at a sporting goods store. It probably only cost you $10-$20, was made of vinyl, and got you through your classes well enough. And over time,...
With all the creams and tonics out there that claim to defy the effects of aging, there's an ancient remedy that seems to be at the top of the list. If you haven't already, add yoga to that list of anti-aging therapy; it can be the cure for so many things.
Because your focus remains intently on the daily functions of the business, it can be a challenge to think about other things - particularly yourself. In the dynamic of taking care of your business, one thing can easily get neglected: you.
If you haven't been to a yoga class yet, that's ok. You probably have many questions about the type of yoga postures you will practice while in a class. To help you get ready for your first yoga lesson, let's take a look at some typical postures to help get you started.