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Nadi Shodhana is a type of yogic breath regulation, which can come in very handy when you are feeling anxious or stressed, experiencing a panic attack with heart palpitations, having difficulties falling asleep or if you are preparing for meditation or for the physical practice of yoga. It can be practiced any time during the day, whether you are on a break, waiting for the kids after dropping them off at after school activities, in bed before going to sleep or any other place you feel comfortable. It only takes up to 5 minutes to complete.
No matter what the question is, once you get to know yoga, it becomes the answer. It may even be the answer for stress heads battling with weight loss. Just thinking about the word “yoga” almost makes me feel instantly more relaxed. It makes me think about my personal yoga practice,and how chilled and calm I feel during and after it. At the same time, I am also very aware of other types of emotions different people associate with the practice of yoga.. “Intimidating, difficult, too challenging” are just a few that come to mind. While some people can’t touch their toes, are overweight or even uncoordinated, there is still no reason for them or anyone who can master the simple art of conscious breathing to miss out on the incredible benefits making friends with yoga can bring into their lives.
Living in a lifestyle city doesn’t necessarily mean you are living a stress-free life.Our stressed and anxious brains can be more chaotic than Cavill Avenue on a Saturday night. This article gets a few experts together to help Gold Coasters kick back, relax and enjoy our little paradise. Feeling blessed to be part of this team, as well as featured on the cover and body of the article.