Yoga Stretching (Stress relief )

Yoga-Stretching , provides many benefits by stimulating  whole body  and  open the body’s energy pathways, allowing healing energy to flow freely and allowing the body to heal itself.  As participants hold a pose, blood slows to targeted areas. When the yogi releases the pose, fresh circulation rushes back into the area. Yoga stretching  is a deep and relaxed, starting at the feet and progressing up to the head applying pressure on the “sen lines”. It is the combination of yoga stretching, breathing, chanting, relaxation, and mindfulness meditation, with acupressure, and reflexology that makes it such an amazing healing art.

Some of the innumerable physical, mental, psychological benefits are:

Physical Benefits

• Help detoxification of the body and boost immune system
• Increase blood circulation, lower blood pressure and breathing
• Good for muscle relaxation, increase flexibility in your muscles, increase mobility
• Improves posture, balance, corrects body alignments and dissolves energy blockages
• Improves athletic performance
• Help arthritis and back pain
• Help tone the body, strengthen joints and fight diseases, including chronic joint problems
• Prevents illnesses and alleviates degenerative diseases
• Slows the aging process
• Immune booster

Mental Benefits

• Improves emotional balance
• Helps concentration and creativity/ Mind and body concentration
• Clears and calms your mind
• Helps you gain mental clarity

Psychological effects

• Reduce and relieve stress and anxiety
• Helps boost energy and stamina
• Develops self-awareness
• Improves overall health and vitality

Our program well designed for modern lifestyle by Yoga-narayan, this is the one of the best class you ever experienced. You will be enjoying our program by doing an hour class,  our instructors are qualified and trained, N-Yoga 75 minutes program includes.

1.    A 15-minute  Chanting/ Yoga Nidra
2.    A 30-minute  Yoga-Stretching
3.    A 15-minute  Pranayama (Breathing) techniques
4.    A 15-minutes mindfulness meditation
5.    A gratitude practice