Yoga has existed for about 2000 years. It postulates great timeless values – non-violence, humility, well-being of self and others, attentiveness, and kindness.
Do not use outdated explanations of timeless values, as they might make yoga teachings sound artificial or out of place in our world. Our modern collective knowledge has shown that there is no difference between the consciousness and physical brain; the angels and devils have never been spotted, our sensations are explained by physical features of the body and do not require esoteric talks about the flows of energies and the opening of chakras.
Yoga facilitates and systematically teaches us to arrive at the most natural state of being – to be a kind, responsive, mindful, generous human.
Every yoga lesson might be a place where you are invited to integrate the timeless values, physical and mental development into your modern life and let yourself become a better version of you.
Start with yoga classes for beginners to get to know the great world of yoga in a modern life.
Mindfulness & meditation exercises might contribute to your better life by:
- (Finally) Taking care of your life design and authorship.
- Spending quality time with your own mind.
- Learning to let go of the “aftertaste” of negative experiences.
- Learning to understand and love ourselves while being who we are.
Yin Yoga might contribute to your better life by:
- Controlling impulsivity and relieving stress easier than before.
- Keeping your fascia healthy and smooth.
- Learning to recognize when non-reaction is the best solution.
- Relieving excessive self-doubt: embrace your strengths and weaknesses equally.
At the end of the day people won’t remember what you said or did, they will remember how you made them feel.
Emotion in itself is not unhappiness. Only emotion plus an unhappy story is unhappiness.
No one can become fully aware of the very essence of another human being unless he loves him.
A coward is incapable of exhibiting love; it is the prerogative of the brave.
Tears are needed to clear our thoughts.
Anyone who isn’t embarrassed by who they were last year probably isn’t learning enough.
1) Find out who you are,
2) Find out who you want to be,
3) Design your life accordingly.
In the end, just three things matter: How well we have lived, How well we have loved, How well we have learned to let go.
- Set the right intention. This is for your physical and mental well-being.
- Choose 1 or 2 days a week to take time for a guided yoga class.
- During the week, try to combine yin and yang yoga sessions.
- Do not be discouraged by a perceived lack of improvement, immerse yourself in the process of learning. It takes time to achieve “the critical mass” and feel strong positive changes.
- Start with a Beginners’ course that includes several yoga lessons for beginners. Just one drop-in class might be not sufficient enough to gather the initial knowledge to safely grow in practice.
- Remember your intention: you do it for your physical and mental well-being.
- Set aside 10 minutes a day for regular self-practice; regular small steps are more valuable than rare big jumps.
- Be open and attentive to others off of the yoga mat: listen carefully, and speak mindfully.
- Try mindfulness meditation if you haven’t done it yet.
- You might wish to refresh and “reload” your practice by visiting yoga classes for beginners.
- Take every chance to teach. You learn more by teaching.
- Balance theory and practice – stretching of the body and reflection of the mind are parts of your teacher’s identity.
- Invest time studying in detail the yoga poses for beginners. This enables you to obtain a solid base for growth as a teacher.
- Share your ideas! They stay alive and grow only if shared.
- You might be interested in a beginners’ course if you also give yoga classes for beginners.
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