Every yoga practice must have purpose, order and meaning

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Yoga sequencing is a strategy of arranging different elements of yoga practice into a logical integrated whole; it is an essential part of any yoga practice design. Sequence Wiz makes it easy to:

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KEEP RECORDS OF YOUR PRIVATE SESSIONS

CREATE HANDOUTS FOR YOUR STUDENTS

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Sequence Wiz helps you organize your yoga practices and manage your files with grace and ease.

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Yoga for stress relief – is relaxation really the answer?

February 4, 2014   January 31, 2014   January 24, 20

That is a funny thing about a yoga practice – it doesn’t work if you don’t do it. Of course, we can’t MAKE anybody do yoga. But what we CAN do is break it down into manageable pieces and make it relevant to our students. READ>

 

There are many ideas out there about what a yoga practice should look like: some believe that it’s only valid if it has a spiritual component; others focus on strictly physical benefits. I believe that an appropriate yoga practice can facilitate change on any level – physical, physiological, spiritual, but it doesn’t mean that every practice should have all those elements present. READ>

 
In the recent years yoga has become a go-to tool for stress management and very often it’s being presented as “Yoga for relaxation and stress management” with an assumption that those two are similar, if not the same. But relaxation is NOT the first order of business when it comes to stress management.  READ >