Beginners Yoga Course – Monday
This beginners yoga course is perfect for those completely new to yoga or haven’t been in a while and would like to refresh. Learn the basic postures, breath work and develop a great yoga foundation.
Yoga is one of the original concepts which today would be labelled as holistic. That means that the body is related to the breath; both are related to the brain; in turn this links with the mind, which is a part of consciousness.
Hatha yoga is the physical aspect of the practice of yoga. Hatha yoga emphasises asanas ( the practice of postures), pranayama (breathing techniques) and dhyana (meditation). It aims to balance different energy flows within the human body.The postures range from the basic to the complex, from the easily accomplished to the very challenging. While the movements tend to be slow and controlled, they provide an invigorating workout for the mind and body, including the internal organs.
Beginners Yoga Benefits
With correct instruction, yoga is an excellent way to stretch your muscles and increase the range of motion in your joints. By practicing the asanas, or poses, regularly, you can help release the lactic acid build up that is a common cause of those nagging aches and pains.
Through practicing standing and sitting yoga asanas, you will have a good reason to stand tall. By using your abdominal muscles to maintain a pose, you significantly strengthen your core, making it easier to straighten your back and fix that slouched back.
Due to the deep, mindful breathing that is necessary for yoga, you can strengthen your lung capacity, as well as your endurance. This can be incredibly helpful for running enthusiasts and those who suffer from stress-related issues.
Yoga can help you find a sense of calm that is missing in our busy day to day life. Most styles of yoga use meditation techniques that can help reduce ‘self-talk’ that is often the root of anxiety and stress. Deep breathing also makes you focus on your breath and clear your mind, which can bring a much-needed sense of calmness.
A Healthy Heart
Studies have shown that yoga can reduce your heart rate, a great benefit those with blood pressure issues, as well as heart disease.
***Please note, if you’re booking 2 or more places on this course you have to set up multiple MindBody accounts when purchasing. You can also call reception on (01) 677 9859 and they will help you book multiple people into the course***