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Doing a regular routine of Yoga Asana is a highly effective way of easing tension in your muscles and building flexibility. The key is to start slowly ...Back flexibility · Core flexibility · Hip flexibility · Shoulder flexibility
Being Flexible Is Great for Your Health. Stretching your body to become more supple and flexible offers many physical benefits.
Yoga asana keeps the muscles flexible, strong, and healthy, and we need that flexibility to maintain a range of motion in the joints. Without it, the muscles shorten and become tight. Then, when you call on the muscles for activity, they are weak and unable to extend all the way. That puts you at risk for joint pain, strains, and muscle damage.
7 days workshop - CHF 130 - 1 hrs each
This program for will help you understand your problem
and you will learn lots of techniques to be flexible
Yoga for Spinal Alignment
If you struggle with text neck, shoulder pain and the onset of forward head posture, or know someone who does, this talk is for you!
Text neck, slouched posture and forward head posture are so common they are almost epidemic.
It may seem like just a cosmetic inconvenience. But in reality, neck and head posture trigger a cascade of problems in the body that in the long run can lead to back pain, neck and shoulder pain, disc problems and much more.
The ancient yogis placed great emphasis on optimal alignment of the spine. In fact, they saw the spine as the central channel for life energy, or prana.
10days training - one hour each - CHF 299
Yoga for arthritis: increase mobility and relieve pain
Creaking joints, stiffness, pain, difficulty doing the most mundane tasks, let alone those that are physically challenging and exciting. These experiences characterise arthritis, "a broad spectrum of over 100 diseases mainly associated with pain in the joints
BACKACHE JOINT ARTHRITIS - SHOULDER AND NECK PAIN, KNEE PAIN, ANGLE Many recent studies have shown the benefits of exercise-based therapies for people with chronic pain. Yoga in particular has been shown to relieve both pain and depression, which often go hand in hand in chronic pain sufferers. The American Pain Society recently published a study by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) stating that imaging studies have shown decreases in gray matter in the brain in both chronic pain sufferers and those who are depressed. The gray matter is simply brain tissue with numerous cell bodies. It is located in the cerebral cortex and in subcortical areas. The NIH study provides evidence that yoga actually increases gray matter in the brain, especially in the insula or the internal structures of the cerebral cortex, and thus causes greater pain tolerance. The slow rhythmic breathing of yoga helps chronic pain sufferers reduce their stress levels, lower their heart rate, and calm their autonomic nervous system. The slowing down of the autonomic nervous system also reduces the levels of cortisol and adrenaline in the body. Long-term high levels of cortisol and epinephrine can cause inflammation in the body. Inflammation leads to joint and muscle pain.
Applying pranayama techniques to activate the parasympathetic nervous system also increases the patient's ability to cope with the stress of chronic pain,
5 day Training - ( CHF 175 )
Monday to Friday - 9.00 -10.00
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Individuals with diabetes found that regular yoga practice was associated with improvements in glycaemic and insulin resistance as well as lipid profiles, a reduction in hypertension and a healthier body weight composition (BMI).
Regular yoga practice will help control lifestyle diseases.
Yoga poses for diabetes alternate between asanas (poses) that contract certain areas of the abdomen and asanas that relax these areas. This alternation between abdominal contraction and relaxation stimulates the pancreas and increases blood and oxygen supply. As a result, the cells of the pancreas rejuvenate, stimulated by nutrients and fresh blood flow, improving the organ's ability to produce insulin. Similarly, yogic breathing practices work to stimulate healthy pancreatic function.
In addition to the postures directly stimulating the pancreas and supporting insulin production, yoga exercise lowers blood sugar levels and helps alleviate one of the main symptoms of diabetes: Hypoglycaemia. Yoga exercise has also been shown to lower LDL ("bad") cholesterol and triglyceride levels, both of which often accompany diabetes.
In addition to breathing exercises and yoga postures for diabetes, the meditation segment included in most yoga classes for diabetes has been shown to promote proper endocrine gland function by relaxing the sympathetic nervous system.
But the benefits of yoga for people with diabetes are not just physical: the process can also help patients with diabetes or its predictors on more fundamental levels. By calming the mind and integrating the spirit with the body, yoga can relieve the daily stress that is often at the heart of diabetic symptoms.
The stress we experience in our daily lives can accumulate, cause high blood pressure and high cholesterol, and lead to "emotional eating", which in turn leads to obesity. All of these stress symptoms play a key role in the development of diabetes and, if managed properly, can prevent the development of the disease or even turn the tide against it.
For those looking for ways to prevent diabetes or gain relief from the disease, a healthy lifestyle that includes yoga poses for diabetes can give patients with its pre-indicator condition a new lease on life...
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14 days Program- CHF 340
BACK PAIN-JOINT PAIN-ARTHRITIS - SHOULDER AND NECK PAIN, KNEE PAIN, ANGLE
Many recent studies have shown the benefits of movement-based therapies for those suffering from chronic pain. Yoga in particular, has been proven to alleviate both pain and depression, which often go hand in hand with chronic pain patients. The American Pain Society recently released a study by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) explaining that imaging studies have shown both chronic pain sufferers and depressed patients have decreased gray matter in their brains.
Gray matter is simply brain tissue with numerous cell bodies. It is located in the cerebral cortex and subcortical areas. The NIH study offers evidence that yoga actually increases the gray matter in the brain, specifically in the insula or internal structures of the cerebral cortex, thus providing greater pain tolerance.
The slow rhythmic breathing of yoga helps chronic pain sufferers to reduce their stress levels, lower their heart rate and calm their autonomic nervous system. Slowing the autonomic nervous system also reduces cortisol and epinephrine levels in the body.
High amounts of cortisol and epinephrine over a long period of time can cause inflammation in the body. Inflammation leads to joint and muscle pain.
Using pranayama techniques to activate the parasympathetic nervous system will also increase the patient’s ability to deal with the stress of chronic pain,
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A study published in 2004’s Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback found that participants who practiced yoga experienced not only improved total sleep time, but sleep
efficiency, resulting in increased total wake time. Participants also demonstrated improved sleep onset latency—falling asleep more quickly, and wake time after sleep onset waking up earlier.
“If you suffer from insomnia, whether often or occasionally, yoga can help.
Through relaxing physical exercise, breathing techniques and complete relaxation, you can promote more regular and restful sleeping patterns without resorting to sleep-inducing drugs. Such drugs interfere with your body’s natural sleep cycle and can create psychological dependence and undesirable side effects.”
DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY
Depression impacts 17 million American adults annually, often contributing to severe impairments in physical and social functioning. Women are roughly more likely to suffer from depressive disorders including major depression and dysthymia. New research published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine suggests that a 12-week yoga intervention may help to curb both depressive symptoms, and alter biomarkers associated with stress and poor health.
YOGA Helps to reduce Overweight, improve eyesight and concentration
good for thyroid gland and hormone imbalance problems
YOGA FOR CHRONIC DISEASES
One potential explanation for a reduced inflammatory response is that regular yoga practice may alter gene expression and protein synthesis. Epigenetics refers to the study of these changes in gene expression or phenotype that do not involve alterations of an underlying DNA sequence, or genotype. Epigenetic changes occur naturally in living organisms and are influenced by several factors including age, the environment, lifestyle and disease. DNA methylation is one of the most commonly studied characteristics of epigenetic modification.
When we think of yoga and healthy aging, we usually think of things like improving mobility or retaining the range of motion of the joints. However, the holy grail of efforts to age well really lies in slowing the aging of the brain.
Some of the risk factors for developing those Alzheimer’s, dementia, or Parkinson’s are genetic predispositions. However, there are also many lifestyle factors that seem to put you at a higher risk and we know that diet also play a major role. We also know that appropriate sleep is very important in lowering our risk for developing conditions like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
And, in certain areas, yoga is very effective at promoting lifestyle changes that may prove down the road to actually be ways to prevent these conditions. but it makes sense that diet, movement and exercise will have positive effects on our health and brain as we age. Staying active, not only physically but socially as well, is another way that we can actually improve brain health. We also know that just using yoga tools to improve our stress management skills also can have a potentially very powerful effect on overall brain health as we get older.
REGULAR PRACTISE YOGA WILL HELP TO REDUCE CORTISOL LEVELS which are a marker for ongoing levels of stress and improvements in memory, improvements in cognitive functioning. as well as lowering of stress which may have a preventative effect on the brain over time and yoga helps to retain youthful body and skin as well
Strong muscles are associated with strong bones, and persistently weak muscles are linked with weak bones. Harold Frost, who developed the
Mechanostat theory of bone formation
(a refinement of Wollf’s law) defined four levels of bone remodeling resulting from the degree of strain put on a bone.
frequent and varied movement of the spine, such as in yoga, is likely to help counteract bone loss and even stimulate bone strengthening in the osteoporotic spine. Indeed, any exercises that strengthen muscles that support the spine may be useful to prevent or ameliorate the effects of vertebral bone loss. ...yoga is the perfect solution to prevent Osteoporosis
YOGA FOR BALANCING THE CORE, RELEASING THE LOW BACK AND IMPROVING WELL-BEING
The psoas muscle is one of the most important muscles in the body, because of its central location and interconnectedness with other parts of the body.
The largest hip flexors in the body, the psoas muscles have many other functions which affect our health and well-being in numerous ways. The two psoas muscles are the deepest muscles of the core, and as such play an important role in stabilization of the spine and prevention of low back pain. The psoas muscles also support the internal organs, and via their movement, facilitate lymphatic flow.
The functions of the psoas muscles have been linked to psychological well-being as well, because of their close connection to our breath and the stress response.
the importance of the psoas for structural health; i.e. the connection between the psoas and the 'core' including common imbalances, potential issues of a "tight" psoas or imbalance between the 'core' and psoas; how to spot these imbalances and what to do to relieve them.
The course includes a yoga practice to release and lengthen the psoas while also strengthening both the core and psoas in order to create an optimal relationship between the two.
Do you play football or tennis? Run 10Ks? Row, box, cycle? Yoga is an excellent cross-training tool that can help improve your athletic performance in all these sports by stretching tightened and fatigued muscles, increasing mental concentration, improving flexibility, and preventing and rehabilitating from common sports injuries.
The New Zealand All Blacks, Wimbledon champ Andy Murray, and former Manchester United player Ryan Giggs have all had yoga in their training regime. They credit their success and longevity in part to it.
Our yoga for sports classes can help prevent injuries and aid recovery from pre-existing ones – and ultimately play more of what you love. You’ll learn how to stretch and strengthen muscle groups key to your chosen sport. Emphasis will also be placed on expanding lung capacity in order to increase breathing efficiency.
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