All sessions are focused on utilizing the breath and attention as though they are tools of the mind to help in living a balanced life.
Once there is a common ground and clear understanding of the physical parameters of the practice, continued sessions are suggested to further dial in the clarity of the movements along with proper pacing and subtle adjustments.
A common problem in the current cultural understanding of yoga practice is that it is a performative or extravagant physical display of postures.
Online classes are usually 60 mins, including warm-up & cool-down.
Based on the modern understanding of Hatha Yoga, the sessions provided are modified to use simple English and make measurable progress in personal calm.
Our focus at Rainbow Crystal is to unveil and build a relationship with the fundamentals of a discipline known for improving the individual's health.
We are bringing wellness practices forward
in a language that can be easily understood.Drink Water, Eat Food, & Remember to Breathe
BENEFITS OF YOGA
1. Yoga improves strength, balance, and flexibility.2. Yoga helps with back pain relief.3. Yoga can ease arthritis symptoms.4. Yoga benefits heart health.5. Yoga relaxes you, to help you sleep better.6. Yoga can mean more energy and brighter moods.7. Yoga helps you manage stress.8. Yoga connects you with a supportive community.9. Yoga promotes better self-care.
Breathing to reduce stress - Better Health Channel. (2015, September 30). In Better Health Channel, Department of Health, State Government of Victoria, Australia. https://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/health/healthyliving/breathing-to-reduce-stress
Yoga for Health: What the Science Says (2020, January 1). In NCCIH. https://www.nccih.nih.gov/health/providers/digest/yoga-for-health-science
Yoga: What You Need To Know (2021, April 1). In NCCIH. https://www.nccih.nih.gov/health/yoga-what-you-need-to-know
Harvard researchers study how mindfulness may change the brain in depressed patients (2018, April 9). In Harvard Gazette. https://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2018/04/harvard-researchers-study-how-mindfulness-may-change-the-brain-in-depressed-patients/