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Oct 17

15-Minute Yoga Practice for Stress Relief

By Arhanta Yoga | Yoga and physical / mental health

Controlled and limited stress is not necessarily a bad thing. Stress can actually help you perform under pressure. constant and overwhelming stress can have a negative effect on your physical and mental well being. Therefore, it is important – no matter how busy your schedule – to take time for yourself. By reducing your stress levels and calming down your mind and body, you will feel better immediately, and will experience lasting energy, positivity, and health overall.

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Oct 16

5 Important Reasons You Should Never Skip Sun Salutations

By Arhanta Yoga | blog , Yoga and physical / mental health

Have you ever felt like starting your yoga practice by jumping straight into your favorite pose? Sometimes we are so excited – or crunched for time – to get into our asana practice that in the process, we skip the practice of sun salutations. Read about the five most important reasons why traditional yoga classes begin with Surya Namaskara, or Sun Salutation.

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Oct 16

Practice These 4 Yoga Poses to Prepare for Forearm Stand

By Arhanta Yoga | Yoga and physical / mental health

Are you interested in adding Forearm Stand (Pincha Mayurasana) to your yoga practice but not sure where to begin? Not only is Forearm Stand a beautiful and impressive asana – Forearm Stand has great benefits to your mind and body too. Adding inversions like Forearm Stand to your yoga practice can help increase brain function and memory, create a sense of balance and grounding, stimulate the endocrine system, and strengthen your arms and shoulders.

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Sep 27

Tips for Busy Yoga Teachers: How to Keep-Up With Your Personal Yoga Practice

By Arhanta Yoga | Yoga Teachers Training

Many yoga teachers struggle to keep up their personal yoga practice. Are you a yoga teacher and do you feel you’re too busy to take the time for your personal yoga practice?

Think about why you wanted to become a yoga teacher in the first place. You probably started to teach because of your own passion for yoga. Maybe even because you of your first-hand experience of the balancing effects of yoga.

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