Body, Mind, Connection
It is easy to get caught up in the physical form of the practice; yoga is more than strengthening and stretching. It is important to find time to observe the emotions as we move.
When you become aware of feelings during yoga you can connect to your deepest intentions. Deepest intentions come when you are truly listening. You may already have an intention, or you may wish to choose one each time you practise (peace, love, joy, kindness, compassion).
Don’t underestimate the power of intentions. Your physical yoga practice will be infused with your deepest feelings and intentions.
When we combine yoga poses with intentions it becomes a powerful force and a beautiful way of beginning to open and balance our energy centres for feeling aligned, blissful and balanced.
The most important thing to remember when practising is that it’s all about your intention and focus during the pose.
We are deeply strengthening your mind-body connection by combining yoga poses with the power of your thought to create deep transformation in your mind, body and soul.
It feels good!
We can link asanas to particular states of being/feelings. These are known as bhavana, which translates as “development,” “residence” or “cultivating,” and is one of the four terms used to refer to imagination and encompassing yogic vision which is used to set the tone for your practice.
To explore the body, mind connection in greater detail join me for an afternoon of yoga asana, breath work and relaxation on
Sunday 28th February
2 – 4 pm
Bookings can be made here
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