Day 15 – Reset | MOVE – A 30 Day Yoga Journey




Teaching Yoga to Build Strength

When you decided to become a yoga instructor, did you think you would get so many different requests? Many women and men want to gain strength without gaining size. As we know, more size is stressful on the leg joints and the heart. As a yoga instructor your mission is to help people maintain a long and healthy life.

Pilates Instructors Live Longer And Prosper

The Pilates industry continues to grow as people seek alternatives to their current stressful jobs. Why not choose the Pilates profession while earning a great income to boot? We will explore the benefits of choosing the Pilates training program in Kentucky. In addition, we will highlight the benefits of a career which includes flexible hours as well as having the ability to help people reach their goals.

Kids’ Yoga for Balanced Education

Yoga teachers are always searching for ways to help students’ focus, learn, and engage with academic materials. At the same time, many school teachers become frustrated when the students, “just won’t listen,” or “can’t understand the concepts.” Yoga can be a powerful tool for teachers to help students regain their focus throughout the school day.

What Is the Significance and Effect of Practicing the Shambavi Mudra?

When the practice of Shambhavi Mudra is sustained for some time, the left and right sides of the brain balance and integrate with each other. The integration helps the Yoga practitioner to expand his or her normal range of awareness. This expanded state of awareness enables a Yogi or Yogini to penetrate into the subtle levels of reality that are normally not accessible to most people.

Teach Yoga Students to Manage Back Pain

Continuing education courses for yoga teachers have many directions to venture into. When considering the direction of one’s yoga education, it might be worth considering your student’s needs. When we encounter so many people with back pain, it might be prudent to learn more yoga techniques that can help them.

What Is Vinyasa Yoga?

Vinyasa yoga is the most popular type of yoga in the Western countries. The three major principles of Vinyasa yoga include Ujjayi, Bandha and “Sun Salutations”.

Teaching Yoga to Young Athletes

Yoga can be of great benefit to young athletes, particularly for its ability to connect mind and body. Athletes, especially those in high school and college, tend to use and often to abuse their bodies. They do not realize that their bodies are absorbing the entire trauma of sports and lifting and conditioning, yet yoga helps connect athletes to their bodies in a way, which enhances appreciation and relaxation. Yoga also increases flexibility, which aids in injury prevention, and improves static strength, which complements an athlete’s training routine.

Can Power Yoga Be Practiced As Therapy?

Due to the fact that power yoga is a physical challenge, the answer to whether it can be used as therapy depends on the problem as well as the approach of the instructor or therapist. Many therapists prefer to work through poses at a slower pace to allow for more concentrated effort on each pose, but some advocate power yoga for certain cases.

Teaching Sun Salutations to Raise Student Energy

Although there are a lot of technical terms, which we yoga instructors might use during a class, keeping the language simple does have its advantages. However, there are certain conversations that do require the use of yogic phrases, and generating energy during any yoga series requires first a basic understanding of what energy is and how it can be generated.

Can Kids Yoga Help Relieve Stress?

According to a 2011 article, published in the Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, researchers at Johns Hopkins University’s Bloomberg School of Public Health say: “Yes.” They studied 97 fourth and fifth graders, half of whom participated in a 12-week Yoga program. The researchers found that the students, who practiced Yoga, demonstrated improved overall behavior and ability to concentrate. In addition, the Yoga kids were less likely to ruminate on negative thoughts or engage in a brooding contemplation, often associated with depression and anxiety, than those who did not participate in the Yoga program.

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