Sadhana’s 30 Day Challenge: Tips for Recovery
This January, we’re challenging our students to take on the 30 day challenge – a commitment to practice yoga every day for 30 consecutive days! A challenge like this can be life changing. Whatever your reason for taking it on, the commitment is a wonderful opportunity to connect back to you and help turn wounds into wisdom.
Nevertheless, taking on a challenge like this can certainly take its toll on your mind and body! We caught up with challenge master, Paul Gerrard, to share 6 top tips to stay fuelled and motivated during the challenge.
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Hydration! Super important for all yogis, and is an essential part of a yogi’s routine to properly nourish and fuel the body. Hydration is key to progress in your practice staying hydrated helps in maintaining your performance during yoga practice but also as well for maintaining your mood and recovery from exercise2. The following tips are focused on Bikram yogis but are also applicable and high relevant to all types of yoga classes, especially where you are going to work up a sweat. Continue reading “Hydration”
From Jess, our BYCJ Nutritionist:
There are three crucial things the body does while you’re in a slumber…
- Your brain recharges.
- Your cells repair themselves.
- 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”
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”