A big part of practicing yoga is being present in the moment and focusing on each breath you take as you move through time and space.
Another word for that: mindfulness.
Mindfulness has many definitions and can mean a lot of different things to different people, but in essence, it means to practice BEING in a non-judgemental state of complete awareness of one’s thoughts.
Practicing yoga is a way of being mindful. Meditation and pranayama breathing are acts of mindfulness as well.
Why be mindful? It keeps us from harming ourselves and others. By tending to ourselves and our own needs and understanding our being so intrinsically, we allow ourselves to move through the world in a more positive way, and in turn, we attract positive things.
Want to learn more mindfulness? Begin my "self-paced mindfulness challenge right now" and take 10-minutes a day to incorporate this tool into your daily life.
YOGA ON THE MAT, AERIAL SWING, PADDLE BOARD OR REFORMER
I am motivated to bring yoga to as many people as possible which is why I offer yoga on various apparatus'.... the aerial swing, paddle board, reformer or mat. Plus, a combo pack to try any 3 and get access to this month's mindfulness challenge!! Bonus, you can bring a friend for FREE for more motivation. Book your session here.
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