Yoga

The Benefits of Yoga for Stress Management

Article by the Drummond Team

Dating back over 5000 years, yoga is considered by many to be the oldest defined practice of self-development. The methods of classical yoga include  physical postures, breathing control and meditation. Traditionally an Eastern practice, it’s now very popular in the West. In fact, many companies, especially in Britain, are seeing the benefit of […]

By |November 9th, 2018|Article, Lifestyle, Yoga|

A Month of Daily Yoga…

A 30-day yoga challenge….

“Some people end their 30-day challenge with a whole new muscle definition; I still look the same. I wouldn’t even say I’d extended my yoga skill set, though I did get my feet off the floor for the first time in a crow pose, which was about the most gymnastic thing that […]

By |November 5th, 2018|Article, Lifestyle, Yoga|

Yoga – Inner balance for the changing of the seasons

By Carole Frost, Director MiBODY Ltd, www. MiBODY.me.uk.  

Those long and hot summer days are now distant memories, and have given way to the shorter daylight hours of Autumn. Your circadian rhythm, which regulates your body clock, is maintained by exposure to light. So it’s no surprise to feel that it can be harder to get out […]

By |October 18th, 2018|Article, Yoga|

Top 5 Things to Bring to a Yoga Class

If you’re an instructor of Yoga, here’s 5 Top things to bring to a yoga class. Print this out and share with your class members.

Top 5 Things To Bring To A Yoga Class:

Your own mat! While most studios have their own and they’re generally cleaned regularly I would always recommend taking your own mat […]

By |September 25th, 2018|Article, Yoga|

What is Yogic breath and why is it important?

In Yoga a full yogic breath is important because it feeds the entire ‘energy’ body, the pranamayakosha. Yoga divides us into 5 separate entities: physical body, mental body, energy body, intuitive /wisdom body and bliss body. In order to be in full health, all of these need to be addressed in any therapy. For example, […]

By |March 14th, 2018|Article, Yoga|

Empower Yourself to Break Your Habits through Yoga

Article by Carole Frost B.Sc (Hon’s)

With Christmas on the horizon we often begin to reflect on another year almost over and perhaps even give thought to the year that lies ahead. For many people it’s a customary time for new beginnings and new resolves. Many people fall into two categories. The ones who have given […]

By |November 29th, 2017|Article, Yoga|

Benefits of Yoga During Pregnancy

Article by Carole Frost B.Sc (Hon’s)

The benefits of practicing pre and post-natal yoga are very well documented and include:-

 

mental preparation for birth
getting through pregnancy with minimal discomfort
learn conscious use of breath to manage pain and anxiety in labour
help with birth and post-delivery stages
mums appear healthier in both mind and body
[…]

By |July 23rd, 2017|Article, Yoga|

Beer Yoga! Have you got the bottle for it?

Have you seen the recent craze of drinking a bottle of bear whilst practicing Yoga? It is a fitness craze from Germany and gaining popularity in Asia and Australia, combining yoga poses while drinking beer.

Don’t close your mind to it. At the end of the day, if it brings people into Yoga practice it may […]

By |May 4th, 2017|Article, Yoga|

Surprising facts about Yoga and some myths debunked

What every fitness professional should know about Yoga…

Handout by Carole Frost B.Sc. Use this article for your own marketing and classes

Yoga is not a religion

Yoga is often confused with a variety of religions such as Buddhism and Hinduism to name a few. It’s true there is a cross over of language between […]

By |April 11th, 2017|Article, Yoga|

Power Yoga

People have been enjoying the benefits of yoga for thousands of years but what does it all mean? Yoga is a Sanskrit word most commonly translated as “union” or “to unite” and it is one of the few forms of exercise that not only develops true fitness but also brings a calmness and clarity. This […]

By |February 28th, 2017|Article, Yoga|