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The Science of Conscious Breathing


Inhale and slowly exhale. Focus on your breath. Deepen your breath. As yoga practitioners, we hear these instructions all the time but what does it really mean to be aware of our breath? How does conscious and controlled breathing help our yoga practice and, by extension, our life?

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Yoga Medicine for Gut Health


Streamlining your life to minimize stress, preparing and eating whole foods, considering the vagus nerve, and implementing yoga will assist you in finding healthier gut health.

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Four Ayurvedic Spices to Add to Your Diet


If you’re feeling a bit “off”, Ayurveda is bound to have an answer. And not just any answer, recommendations for your specific dosha and on how to restore balance based on the sensations in your body and your state of mind.

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Breathing Exercises to Focus & Invigorate


How has your energy been lately? Are you nodding off when you should be alert and present? Have you increased your caffeine intake just so that you can get through your daily tasks? If you answered yes, use the following breathwork exercises as a pick-me-up.

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Fun Grounding Exercises for Kids


To be grounded means to be in the present moment, not staring middle-distance and living in your head. But how do we get more kids out of their heads, phones, headphones, and into the now?

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3 Ways to Hack Your Goal-Setting Strategy


When was the last time you evaluated the most recent goals you set for yourself? If old goals are still hanging in the air, you might have to reconsider your process. Follow these easy steps to hack your way to your goals.

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The Eight Limbs of Yoga Explained


In Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra, the eightfold path of yoga is called ashtanga, which translates to “eight limbs.” Within this structure, guidelines are offered which include, and extend beyond the physical practice.

The Practice of Yoga

TThe practice of yoga is a 5,000 year old practice originating in India. Yoga in "Sanskrit", mean's yoke connecting mind. body, and soul. Within the elements of yoga are called the Eight Limbs of Yoga where yogi's learn the princpals to a more present life. They are YAMA – Restraints, moral disciplines or moral vows. NIYAMA – Positive duties or observances. ASANA – Posture. PRANAYAMA – Breathing Techniques. PRATYAHARA – Sense withdrawal. DHARANA – Focused Concentration. DHYANA – Meditative Absorption. SAMADHI – Bliss or Enlightenment. A lot of people come to yoga first through the physical practice and with the yoga poses from Sun Salutations, Crow Pose, Forward Fold, Extended Side Angle, Crescent Lunge, Eagle Pose, Tree Pose, Wheel amongst a few poses in the practice. Each pose as a specfic purpose in the body and mind that creates tension and releases as you move through a yoga practice. That's why you see people coming out of a yoga studio looking refeshed and with less tension in their bodies as toxin build up has been released this then enables people to have more focus and a better ability to meditate with distractions. At Mukha Yoga we have bought together articles and guided meditations for you to explore and learn the practice of yoga. Enjoy!

 

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