Yoga for Health & Wellbeing
A couple of friends of mine have moved to the south of France and are starting to teach yoga. Please feel free to visit there website to find out more; www.yogabe1.com
How often do you experience who you are, and how you are, free of distractions and mental turmoil?
This ability, skill or however we refer to it, is available to us all. It is our right and human heritage to be able to experience who we are. Except, it seems that our present culture/society does not seem to show us, or help us see and develop this ability to experience ourselves free of distractions. This capacity we have is important. The benefits of exercising this ability are many, but unfortunantly appreciation and knowledge of this are hidden to most. People who meditate, or those who practice yoga for example, end up finding and appreciating this human feature.
One way to start to explore this is to attend a yoga class where the awareness and ability to concentrate and shift your awareness will be developed. In time you might start practicing yoga/relaxation/meditation at home.
These sorts of practices have a couple of effects, the immediate one during practice, and the accumulative one which is even more applicable for those who practice regularly. There is also the fading after affect of a sessions. I have had several students tell me just comming to class once a week has a positive effect on their week following and a destressing effect during.
The benefits are;
The Whitchurch class is cancelled because the school who own the room have decided they want the room. It turns out a last minute wish to use the room overturns a booking thats been agreed a few months ago, even though next week there is nothing booking the room we use. I will be emailing those I have email addresses for, but if you know anyone that was intending to come along to class tomorrow please do let them know.
“Feeling run-down? Try a little chanting, or meditation – seriously. Such relaxation techniques can boost the activity of genes involved in several processes beneficial to health, and they only take a few minutes each day to show results.”
“His Holiness the Dalai Lama talks about the connection between a healthy mind and healthy body in this short clip (1:31) from his talk on “Human Compassion” given at The College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, USA, on October 10, 2012. The entire talk can be viewed at http://youtu.be/NF6uQ24V9GQ (www.dalailama.com)” – Taken from a FB post.