5 ways to help you into a deep slumber from our certified nutritionist

From Jess, our BYCJ Nutritionist:
There are three crucial things the body does while you’re in a slumber…

  1. Your brain recharges.
  2. Your cells repair themselves.
  3. And your body releases important hormones.

A good sleep really is a fundamental part of feeling refreshed and energized throughout the day and if you don’t get enough sleep, and quality sleep, it can leave you feeling groggy and under-performing. Continue reading “5 ways to help you into a deep slumber from our certified nutritionist”

Tips for Getting the Most out of Your Bikram Yoga Class

Bikram yoga may take a few classes to get used to. Once you have adjusted to the heat and your body has gone through the initial opening up and detoxification stages you will start feeling the incredible health benefits this miraculous system offers. The postures are always the same but you are different both physically and mentally every time you practise. Continue reading “Tips for Getting the Most out of Your Bikram Yoga Class”

Young Yogis

Before the boom of Bikram Yoga, yoga was not the number one choice of exercise by the younger generation of the western world.

The image of sitting in a room with old people, doing funny movements and postures – oooing and ahhhing was the typical the stereotype, and the emergence of Bikram Yoga changed this whole perception. Continue reading “Young Yogis”

The Importance of Savasana

Keeping still is one of the hardest things for us to do, especially in that heat! 60 seconds of absolute stillness can seem like 20 minutes and there will always be something distracting you right?!

Savasana is sanskrit for Dead Body Pose and once we actually get to that place we will not be moving a muscle! So there is no doubt this is hard to do when we are live and kicking, however it is one of most important postures in Yoga and for some it takes years to master and for others it may be a walk in the park. Continue reading “The Importance of Savasana”

Nutrition For Yoga

Our internal body balances varies with age and gender. About 45% to 50% of body weight in females is water. Since males generally have higher amounts of lean mass, body water is around 50% to 60%.When normal conditions exist in the body, we have many mechanisms to help preserve our fluid and electrolyte balance. Continue reading “Nutrition For Yoga”