We’ve all heard the old adage – a picture is worth a thousand words. Regularly photographing your poses and asanas can help you improve your yoga practice. An experienced yogini can effectively communicate an emotion or message through a single posture. Add to that a basic understanding of photography and composition and you will be surprised with what you can photograph using your creativity, body and a camera. So without further ado, here are specific photography tips for yoga purposes.
There’s nothing worse than rolling out your yoga mat at the beginning of a relaxing yoga practice only to discover a layer of grime from previous practices or settling down into a restorative child’s pose and being hit with the smell of your old sweat. Often we finish class and simply roll up our yoga mats and hurry off back to reality without giving it another thought. But the cleanliness of your yoga mat should be much further up your priority list. Whether you use a cork, rubber or polyurethane yoga mat, here is how to clean it.
Waking up in the morning and giving yourself 5 minutes to meditate can give you a great starting point to not only experience a positive day, but a positive and happy life. Follow these simple steps to begin a Mindful Meditation focussed on positivity.
There are seven main chakras that run from the base of the spine to the crown of the head. Each chakra has its own colour, element and symbol. We can activate and rebalance our chakras through a variety of methods including sound therapy, crystals, yoga, aromatherapy and meditation. When you discover which area you want to focus on, take some time to adjust, clear and restore that chakra. With this introduction to chakras, you’ll learn important information to help you get started.
Having a lack of work-life balance can be detrimental to your health, especially if you already have a high-stress job. To develop a healthier mindset during your remote work experience, here are a few tips that you can follow.