Yoga has been enjoyed for thousands of years, with the mind and body connection of this ancient practice being proven by modern medicine. The therapeutic practice, which is made up of yoga postures (Asanas), yoga breathing (pranayama) and meditation,  has many physiological, psychological and biochemical benefits.

When you practice yoga, your body becomes more flexible, your awareness of your posture and alignment is heightened, and relaxation is enhanced, even when facing stressful situations.

If you would like to feel fitter, more energetic, peaceful, healthier and happier, read upcoming posts to learn about the amazing benefits of this wonderful practice.



Which Style of Yoga is for You?

By On April 18, 2014

With the skyrocketing popularity of yoga there are classes popping up all over the place, in studios, gyms, halls and schools, which offer a plethora of styles to choose from. With so… Read More


Yoga Love!

By On March 12, 2014

Riding the yoga high. Feeling the yoga buzz. Blissed out on yoga. Sound good? In droves people all over the world are unrolling mats, discovering and falling in love with this ancient… Read More