This 4-part course (4 x 1hour videos) is for pure beginners and novices, as well as anyone recovering from an injury or ailment. Each Hatha yoga sequence is led by Nina in a slow, gentle, mindful and clear way, with precise and easy instructions.
‘Hello Yoga, I’ve missed you so much. It’s been a couple of months and I’m really sorry I neglected you, but finances have not been kind.’ To celebrate the end of the first month that I came out on my budget with a hundred rand and a few coins to spare, I rushed home one […]
So this is a follow post from the little clip I shared earlier today. Day 15: Complete an Uncompleted Project Yoga Bean. In this post I would like to share with you my first online course that I published on Udemy.
As a yoga teacher I have struggled for years to get into and commit to a regular meditation practice. Here’s how I overcame that problem and started simply to get on track. Sometimes it does help to use a little technology here and there.
As explained in the previous articles, prana leaks out through the openings of the body. During the practice of pranayama the mudras and bandhas are practised in order to close the openings and keep the prana in the body. One of the important bandhas that are practised is Mula Bandha. As a preparatory practice an […]
At the very heart of Hatha Yoga are the all-important practices of Mudras and Bandhas. These are important because the essence of Hatha Yoga and particularly Pranayama is to regulate, harmonise and channel the Prana so that it can be utilised for the higher purposes of Yoga. In asana and pranayama we purify the nadis […]
Ardha Matsyendrasana – Half Lord of the Fishes Seated Spinal Twist tones, activates and massages the abdominal organs
Improves circulation to the abdominal organs; helps to massage and remove toxins from the abdominal organs;
assists with and improves digestion and…
3 Vital questions all teachers should ask new students. If my Cape Town phone doesn’t get at least one phone call a week with someone asking me what Yoga should they should practice in South Africa, I would call it a quiet week! Nearly on a daily basis I get an influx of emails in […]
“On one hand, it’s not surprising that restorative yoga has gained in popularity over the last twenty years considering that aging baby boomers might well be looking for gentler, more therapeutic physical practices. What is interesting is how young people are increasingly attracted to this gentle practice. In fact, www.alignyo.com named restorative yoga one of […]