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THE PRACTICE OF YOGA HELPS BUILD STRENGTH AND FLEXIBILITY AND TONES YOUR WHOLE BODY. CURRENTLY OFFERING ON-DEMAND RECORDED CLASSES FOR ALL LEVELS. TRAIN SAFELY IN YOUR OWN HOME. DISCOVER YOUR BODY IN A WHOLE NEW WAY WITH YOGA CLASSES! Strength, flexibility, and balance are all core elements of fitness. Studying Yoga helps people build core strength, connect their minds and bodies, and tone their muscles – all at the same time.
Improve your strength, balance, and flexibility
Gain more energy and brighter your mood
Help you manage your stress through the relaxation
Connect you with a supportive community
The Yoga Do Fitness Series is an electrifying fusion of yoga, meditation, martial arts, plyometrics, and rehab exercises. The program is to optimize your fitness and well-being to build a strong foundation for success in all areas of your life.
We all live and work in our bodies our entire lives, and yet many of us move as if our bodies are foreign to us. This leaves us accident and injury prone, unbalanced, and unable to express the feeling of celebration of life in this body.
The greatest obstacle in realizing one’s potential is, for some people, being in poor health. In order to achieve any goal or level of success, we need action; action takes energy; energy requires good health.
Many people fall into deep states of frustration, depression, and ager when they feel “held back” in their health and in pursuing their goals.
The mission of the Yoga Do Fitness Series is to establish a deep relationship with oneself, physically and spiritually so one can build a foundation for realizing the leaps and bounds of success they are truly meant to have.
Kami Sandhu is an Early childhood educator as well a yoga instructor working with children and families for over 15 years. She is also a published children’s book author and has worked with the Surrey school board teaching yoga to Elementary and high school children. She has also worked with the National women’s Synchronized swimming team teaching mind set training and yoga with the athletes. Her aim is to ensure all her participants regardless of age and abilities experience the powerful benefits of yoga. Teaching in a way that fosters mind, body, heart, and spirit her goal is to help individuals truly connect with their inner being and power cultivating a state of presence, peaceful awareness, acceptance, and love.
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Alignment-base and statistic Pose
Relaxing, passive, gentle
Core strength, low impact full body
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After trying both teachers I enjoyed the variety and felt more connected to my body and peace.
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No. One of the core beliefs of Yoga involves not harming oneself or others. While some practitioners interpret this as supporting vegetarianism, being a vegetarian is not a requirement to practice Yoga.
Some people practice every day, while others do it several times a week or once a week. Any practice is better than no practice, and many people who start out slowly end up doing Yoga every day. The frequency of your practice depending on your individual needs.
One of the key differences it that the practice of Yoga is both mental and physical. Holding poses requires coordinating your breathing with what your body is doing. People who learn Yoga also learn the practice of mindfulness.
Yes. However, it is important to combine Yoga with a healthy diet and lifestyle if you want your body to be lean and strong. Yoga by itself will not help you overcome a diet high in processed foods and sugar.
Yes. Any exercise can help with stress, but Yoga is particularly beneficial because the practice encourages you to let go of stressful thoughts and stay in the present moment. Over time, Yoga practice can help you manage stress and anxiety.
Yes. If your injury prevents you from doing certain poses, your instructor can help you learn alternatives. Most Yoga poses have beginner, intermediate, and advanced options so you can choose the pose that works for your physical abilities.
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