Maitri, Karuna, Mudita and Upeksa

The healthy and healing properties of consciousness. “”Since the difficulties lie within ourselves, so do the solutions.” B.K.S. Iyengar, Light on Life.   Patanjali wisely and compassionately provides help to heal our afflicted conscience, cultivate our mind and make our path smoother. They seem simple, but they are actually subtle…

5 Poses To Practice During Holidays

In the December Holidays it is common to face intense emotions and excess eating. Yoga practice helps to stay physically and mentally healthy. Start with a short and simple practice, the important thing is perseverance and you will notice its benefits. Have a nice holiday! 1-Vrksasana (tree pose) Balancing poses…

Psoas

The vital psoas muscle. Connecting with physical, emotional and spiritual well-being. By Marta Vergara   Due to its location in the body, the Psoas has a number of qualities and characteristics that determine physical, emotional and spiritual well-being. The Psoas connects the upper to the lower body, connecting the breath…

Pranayama

In Yoga Chudāmani Upanisad, Pranayama is mentioned as the highest discipline, a sublime knowledge. Patañjali in the Yoga Sutras defines Pranayama as the control of the incoming and outgoing respiratory flow together with retention of breath. This breath control will expand the energy and vitality that permeates the entire Universe, also known…

What Is Therapeutic Yoga?

What Is Therapeutic Yoga? Therapeutic yoga is the clinical application of the science of yoga to treat different diseases. The pioneer of therapeutic yoga is BKS Iyengar, who worked in the field for 70 years. He adapted asanas to treat individual health situations, through this he created work tools (props)….

Iyengar for everyone

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