A three-part breath is a form of breathing that comes to us from yoga. It’s a way of uniting the breath, body, and mind to help us forget the past and future and keep us in the present moment and ground our bodies.
Of all the yoga breathing techniques, the three-part breath is one of the easiest to do, yet it is also the most helpful. Beginners, advanced practitioners, and even those who have never touched a yoga mat can benefit from this technique!
“I believe in the richness of life, that beauty is everywhere, and that laughter is life’s sweetest creation. This belief aids me day to day in being harmonious, happy, and loving. I seek knowledge and experiences which I share with passion.” – Christine
The mind and body work in tandem and are equally crucial. Each day our mind and body require basic necessities to be met in order to perform our daily tasks. These daily tasks become overwhelming for everybody at some point, but there are methods of stress relief to help our mind and body relax, making these daily tasks even more do-able. It is crucial to stay both physically and mentally healthy. Our brain plays the primary role in controlling our ability to respond, comprehend, recognize and function. Our brain requires exercise, rest, and relaxation- just like our how physical body exercises and recovers. There are many methods to heal the body and mind. Yoga and meditation are two of the most effective and popular methods, enjoyed by people across the globe. Continue reading…
Stress is a major problem in our modern society. The way we’ve structured our lives, from work to play, leads to a lot of anxiety, mental conditions, and unhealthy habits. It can overwhelm us completely, making even little things seem like insurmountable challenges.
It’s not just a mental problem – it’s a whole body problem. Here are some of the way stress can affect you, and how you can fight back against stress before it takes over your life!
It’s a problem most people encounter at least once a week; they can’t sleep as thoughts rattle around in their brains, most of them negative. Our minds love being consumed by unhappy thoughts and memories, and these can especially come around just as we’re settling down to rest.
A mind that’s constantly busy can lead to a lot of ill effects in the rest of the body – not just a lack of proper sleep, but higher levels of stress, poor memory, loss of focus, and ways of coping that involve poor diets and bad habits. There are, however, ways you can quiet your mind and regain that focus, relaxation, and live your normal life.
When it comes to exercising, it’s hard to find something that helps both your body and your spirit. Hard exercise, like working out at the gym or running, is great for you, but often times the regular routines don’t take into account flexibility and the soundness of mind and spirit. Continue reading…