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Gentle Yoga

Gentle yoga classes can include movements done at a slow pace and breathing exercises. It may also include longer holds and even have rest in between poses. Students often find that classes meditative style of yoga practice.

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Ashtanga Yoga

Ashtanga yoga means eight-limbed yoga and is a structured vinyasa-style type of yoga. The style is physically demanding, focusing on asanas & breathing.

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Vinyasa Yoga

The term vinyasa is derived from the Sanskrit term Nyasa, which means to place, and the prefix vi, meaning in a special way. It is a modern style of yoga that is an extension of the ashtanga yoga tradition

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Yoga Nidra FAQs

Looking to dive deeper into the Yoga Nidra subject and get answers to some questions then this FAQ might have these. Learn all there is to know about this helpful meditation.

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Yoga Nidra Scripts

A Yoga Nidra script is read by a yoga instructor when guiding a Yoga Nida mediation.

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Benefits of Yoga Nidra

Yoga Nidra, or yogic sleep, is a guided meditation that puts the body into a state of deep relaxation. The benefits of Yoga Nidra are extensive for both the mind and body.

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Yoga Nidra For Sleep

Yoga Nidra is a guided meditation that promotes deep relaxation and strengthens the mind-body connection.

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Yoga Nidra

Yoga Nidra, or yogic sleep, is a practice that is both a meditation practice and a meditative state. It can be thought of as dynamic sleep or sleeping with awareness.

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Nerve Flossing

Are you suffering from irritated nerves, causing pain in your shoulders and back?  If so, you should try gentle yoga and their so-called nerve flossing practice. This practice relieves pain with movements called nerve glides. 

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Kundalini Yoga

This form of yoga is known as “the yoga of awareness.” Originating within Hinduism, the practice of Kundalini Yoga is an ancient one. Now, it is prevalent across many continents and all over the world.

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