Why to Practice Iyengar Yoga?

Iyengar Yoga Practice by Michele Bohbot

Our founder having some fun on the ropes!

Iyengar Yoga is a form of yoga that holds the tremendous powers to benefit and heal the body. Its main features are alignment, timing and sequencing. Poses are held for long periods of time and often modified with props like bolster, blocks, ropes, as well as chairs to accommodate any body type. There are countless reasons to do yoga and these are:

Increased flexibility

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is an excellent cooling pose to beat the heat! Release the back, neck & shoulders.

Iyengar is a slow, gentle practice guiding you into stretches that are held for approximately one minute. The use of props is to enable any practitioner, from beginning to advanced, to hold postures without causing pain or injury.

Toned muscles

In addition to stretching your muscles, the physical demand of holding each pose will help you build strength as well as tone your body.

A calmer mind

Iyengar encourages you to focus on the alignment and ignore all other thoughts. You can think of it as a type of meditation, and like meditation, the more you practice it, the calmer your mind will be.

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Pain relief

By focusing attention on alignment, much of the hunching, slouching, as well as muscle weakness that lead to back and neck pain can be overcome in Iyengar.

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To elevate your body and mind with Iyengar Yoga Practice, get the assistance from the professionals of Namastday Yoga. In order to learn more about them call them at (310) 923-9922 or check them at namastday.com.

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The Importance of a Good Yoga Teacher

In the last few years, yoga has gained popularity like never before. Yoga practitioners have seen and felt the many physical and mental benefits provided by Yoga. Ask any yoga practitioner and they will rarely fail to rave about the complete well-being attained by practicing yoga regularly.

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A Good Yoga Teacher

However, practicing yoga anywhere with anybody may not boast of the same benefits. Yoga cannot reap fruits without an efficient yoga teacher. Only an experienced and qualified teacher, well-versed with the principles and other essentials of yoga can impart the benefits to the practitioners.

Here’s what makes good yoga teachers.

  • Irrespective of the size of the class, the teacher must be able to develop a personal connect with all the students.

  • They must be passionate to share their knowledge and expertise.

  • They must have the patience and dedication to make a difference to each and every student in the class. Some students might have specific problems and issues. They must be ready to address and treat the unique issues of all students.

  • A good yoga teacher always works with the proper lesson plan for the yoga class. Only a well-planned yoga class can be completely beneficial.

  • Good yoga teachers are flexible, despite having a plan. They possess the capability to tweak their plans in tune with the student’s requirements.

  • Ultimately, the teacher must have a passion to teach, instruct and explain.

  • The teacher must be capable of commanding the students’ attention and ensure that they are attentive and participate in the class completely.

Iyengar Yoga Practice

Good teachers make a difference. You can find them at yoga workshops Los Angeles conducted at Namastday Yoga studio. They have a variety of yoga styles and a number of classes. You can choose one to suit your needs. However, if you are new to yoga, then the Iyengar yoga practice is just right for you.

For further details, contact Namastday at namastday.com

Learn How to Begin Yoga

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Beginning Yoga can be a little bit tough for the newcomers or for the novices (the word is no negation). Mr. Iyengar have kept in mind about all of the learners interested to get some benefit through Yoga and that is why he has developed the special Iyengar Yoga practice at Namastday Yoga. For more information, visit the official website or give us a call.

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