Cultivating an internal and an external sense of abundance will help your Yoga students to resonate with the highest energy of the holiday season. A peaceful, expansive sense of abundance will also help to offset the frenetic pace of the consumer and social aspects of many holiday gatherings.
Think about the design of the studio. Where will students in the next class wait for the previous one to get out? Where will they put their shoes and personal belongings while in class? How much of a reception area will your studio need? Do you plan to use software when scheduling classes, or are the doors open wide to all comers?
Forward Bending Yoga poses are particularly soothing and nourishing. Forward Folds also help to calm you down because they encourage you to relax into the pose while pulling your senses inward, which allows you to rest for a few moments in your own inner essence. Forward Bending Yoga poses also allow you to curl your body into itself while protecting your heart and abdominal areas. Additionally, Forward Folds open up your hips and first chakra area, which releases stagnant survival energy and helps you to feel more empowered and grounded.
Some individuals will want a space that reflects the purpose of the area with visual signals. Serene pictures can be put on the walls if that is helpful for getting into a relaxed state. A cushion is important for performing various sitting postures and a chair can be helpful as well so at the very least those items should be a part of the design of the room. Incense burners are excellent for those who respond well to scents and a stereo can be used to play sounds for auditory individuals; this is especially beneficial for those who live in the city where noise pollution is common.
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How will Yoga change your child's life? The difference could be, as simple as, keeping your child away from peer pressure that can lead to drug abuse, joining a gang, or another negative influence. Although, the answer is much deeper, Yoga will give any child the tools necessary to become a success in life.