“Every challenge, every adversity, contains within it the seeds of opportunity and growth.” – Roy T. Bennett
Thank you,Tammi, for the effort & opportunity. I’m glad the yogis enjoyed the class.(Some of them snored in Savasana )
We practiced Nadi Shodhana pranayama in class. The benefits of practicing it are:
It helps relax the mind and prepares it to enter a meditative state.
Practicing it daily for a few minutes helps keep the mind calm, happy and peaceful.
Works therapeutically for most circulatory and respiratory problems.
Releases accumulated stress in the mind and body effectively and helps to relax.
Practicing it helps to bring the mind back to the present moment.
Helps harmonize the left and right hemispheres of the brain, which correlates to the logical and emotional sides of our personality.
Helps purify and balance the nadis – the subtle energy channels, thereby ensuring a smooth flow of prana (life force) through the body.
Maintains body temperature.