Put Your Body in Good Hands!
Release, Relax, Unwind
Yoga is a multi-dimensional system that includes the body, breathing, personality, intellect, and emotions which are harmoniously interconnected
PRACTICE HOLISTIC PHILOSOPHY
Yoga is the “union with’ implying merging oneself with the real Self or the Divine. It is a distinct holistic philosophy that provides an efficient path toward realizing the oneness in all human beings by combining physical postures, breathing exercises and meditation.
Good health is more than just the absence of disease. It encompasses “return to wholeness”, increasing self-awareness and empowerment as a sign of expanding personal and collective health.
“When you touch one thing with deep awareness, you touch everything.”
Yoga & Health
The practice of yoga benefits people in many ways which lead to improved physical & mental health.
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to Your Personality
Whether you want to lose weight or improve your flexibility, you can find a yoga class to match your fitness level.
Health Benefits of Yoga Include:
- Increased flexibility
- Improved circulation
- Improved mood
- Improved sleep
- Increased balance
Yogic Breathing helps improve lung capacity
Most people’s breathing is shallow, utilizing less than 1/3 of their lung capacity. Proper yogic breathing helps to use more of the lung capacity; deep inhalation helps energize the body, and adequate exhalation removes toxins from the body.
Breathing techniques, Pranayama (Kapalbhati and Anulom Vilom, in particular) have anti-aging properties, promote longevity, and helps with Pran Tattva. If you make yoga your life partner, you can take control of various diseases rooted in today’s lifestyles.
While seated Slouching is bad, for physical and emotional health. Poor posture can have ill effects that radiate throughout the body, causing back/neck pain, muscle fatigue, breathing limitations, arthritic joints, digestive problems, and mood disturbances. This can result in undue fatigue/discomfort that can outlast the strain that caused them. While using a computer or watching a movie, sit up straight with head aligned directly over the shoulders and hips, so eyes are on the screen.
Yoga for Cancer Patients & Survivors
Cancer patients practicing yoga therapy have discovered subtle benefits, increased awareness of internal stillness, and a sense of unity. At the most fundamental level of their consciousness, a sense of proper health and vitality spills over into other aspects of life. Recent research studies unravel yoga’s benefits in improved mood states/quality of life, symptom/stress reduction, and enhancing host factors that affect survival in cancer patients.
Good posture and seating minimize stress on the
muscles and ligaments that support the spine.
Classes Taught by Professionals
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Nick Shroff, MD
Yoga Alliance Teacher
AAPI Charitable Foundation, Chair 2012 – 2014
HiFu Urology Ctr of TX PLLC