The History of Yoga
Yoga means union (to unite), the union of the mind and body. The union of life within, the yoga of life with others. And you may hear many other meanings and defintions about this fantastic practice, way of life and word. Yoga has been around for almost 5000 years, and what a journey it’s been… Continue reading “The History of Yoga”
Yoga for Anxiety and Stress
The mental health benefits of a regular Yoga practice
Yoga is often practised for its physical benefits. It helps you improve flexibility, builds muscle strength, increases joint mobility and balance, to mention a few. Did you know that foremost, yoga is a science of wellness that strives for physical well being and the union of mind and body? Continue reading “Yoga for Anxiety & Stress”
Sadhana Vinyasa Teacher Training 2018
This year marks our first ever Vinyasa Teacher Training (TT), and what an amazing journey it has been so far. Speaking to the trainees and trainers, we have received so much fantastic feedback and it’s another amazing chapter at Sadhana Wellbeing. To understand more, our Marketing Executive, Gemma, spoke with Suraj Ghumra.
Suraj has been practicing yoga and writing for Sadhana for almost 3 years now. He started his yoga journey almost 7 years ago, and we hope you enjoy his insight on the TT:
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International Peace Day
The 21st of September is a fantastic day for the World as it marks International Peace Day (also known as – World Peace Day).
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Yoga and Depression
According to the Office of National Stats, as of April 2017 1 in 4 people suffer with depression, that statistic is worrying. Just knowing that on your day to day travels people around you are not feeling happy inside, and in many cases, can be suffering in silence without any form of therapy or help. Continue reading “Yoga and Depression”