Core strength is essential to many postures. If we do not have a strong core we end up putting too much pressure on our legs or arms and find it hard to maintain the correct alignment. Twists and core work go hand in hand, they can also be very energising and have a detoxing effect. […]
Here is our famous purification ceremony. We usually practice this on Friday evenings. The mantra is: Aap Sahaaee Hoaa Sachay Daa Sachaa Doaa Har, Har, Har By saying this mantra you are setting an intention to trust in the highest principle, the divinity, universe, or your higher self. This is the only true refuge, and […]
The hips are an area where we hold a lot of physical and emotional tension. For this reason, we recommend making hip-opening poses part of your regular Yoga routine. In this session, Kobi will guide you through a short sequence that can be practised regularly.
The practice of all the bodhisattvas is to renounce this life’s concerns, For friends and relatives, long acquainted, must all go their separate ways; Wealth and prized possessions, painstakingly acquired, must all be left behind; And consciousness, the guest who lodges in the body, must in time depart.
“The practice of all the bodhisattvas is to take to solitary places, Avoiding the unwholesome, so that destructive emotions gradually fade away, And, in the absence of distraction, virtuous practice naturally gains strength; Whilst, with awareness clearly focused, we gain conviction in the teachings.”
Yin Yoga is the perfect way to balance the Yang world that we live in. Often we are running around, planning and worrying, very much in “doing mode”. Yin Yoga introduces the power of just being, we stay in the poses for a long time and let the body gently stretch. The benefits are both […]