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Yoga Classes Burntisland, Scotland: Having a history that stretches back about 4,000 years and founded upon the ancient traditions of Northern India, Yoga is a gentle, light and unique relaxation and exercise program which will have beneficial effects on the spirit, mind and body. As an exercise regimen which can be adopted by individuals of all sizes and shapes and at any time of life, yoga is among the most beneficial low impact activities in which you can participate.

Yoga TuitionThe health and fitness benefits of taking regular yoga sessions are well documented and such positive benefits are wide and varied, they include improving core body strength and metabolic rate, reducing idle pulse rate, defining muscle tone and improving the shape of the body.

The emotional and psychological health gains also make good reading with yoga fans experiencing a drop in the stress hormone cortisol, whilst raising dopamine levels to give a calm feeling of happiness and harmony. Harmony and peace between spirit, mind and body is reached in yoga by way of correct breathing, yogic chanting, postural exercises and meditation.

Yoga exercises do not need any special apparatus and all that is recommended as a novice is that you should put on comfortable, loose garments for the classes. Initially you don't even need to buy a yoga mat as these will be provided for you, alongside other equipment that the yoga teacher may think necessary. Some advice that you must follow is not to eat anything substantial within 60 minutes of taking a yoga session since you could possibly suffer a bit of discomfort if you exercise with a full tummy.

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If performing yoga with a large number of other people is not your cup of tea, then you may consider enquiring about private lessons where you might further enhance your yoga skills in your home environment or maybe in a private area, thus avoiding the distraction of other people. The majority of yoga instructors will offer these one-to-one sessions in order that you can get a far more beneficial yoga experience.

Yoga Classes Burntisland - Poses and Styles: There is a surprising assortment of yoga schools and styles, and these include: Jivamukti yoga, Taoist yoga, Chair yoga, Zen yoga, Rocket yoga, Hatha yoga, Forrest yoga, Raja yoga, Dream yoga, Integral yoga, Naked yoga, Anuyoga, Mysore style, Anusara School of Hatha yoga, Kum Nye, Surat Shabd yoga, Trul khor, Cardiac yoga, Ashtanga vinyasa yoga, Shinshin-toitsu-do, Mahayoga, yoga for movement disorders, Dahn yoga, Sivananda yoga, Pranava yoga, Kundalini yoga, Karma yoga, AntiGravity Fitness, Bando yoga, yoga of synthesis, Laughter yoga, Kriya yoga, Bhakti, Viniyoga, Iyengar yoga, TriBalance Hot yoga, Integral yoga (Satchidananda), Bikram yoga, Shadow yoga, Siddha yoga, Naam yoga, Sahaj Marg, Triyoga, Ananda yoga, PiYo, Doga (Dog yoga), Strala yoga, Agni yoga, Pranayama.

Burntisland Yoga Workshops: If you're wanting to go further, then a step up from conventional yoga classes may be to register for a yoga workshop, that can involve lessons of anything from a few hours to an entire weekend or even several days. Focussing on specific positions, discovering the beliefs upon which yoga was founded and gaining a better perception of techniques and breathing exercises giving you more hours to practice what you have learned are just a handful of what a yoga workshop could focus on, bulking out what you have learnt at ordinary yoga sessions. For instance you could try a bit of Pranyama breathing routines, or perhaps some Bikram yoga, or even some Sanskrit chanting.

Yoga Classes Burntisland - Equipment: While it's not required to have any special gear to practice yoga or participate in yoga classes or lessons, as you become more captivated with the discipline you may want to purchase a few yoga accessories to assist you as you develop. As you would expect you can find a good choice of yoga gear on the market in shops and online, and the most essential piece of equipment is probably the yoga mat, which will cost you anything from £20 to around £100. Besides yoga clothing, other yoga accessories include: yoga sandbags and eye pillows, yoga tingsha, yoga bolsters and blankets, yoga meditation cushions, yoga ropes and swings, yoga resistance bands, yoga belts, yoga exercise balls, yoga zafus, yoga chairs and meditation stools, yoga blocks and bricks as well as other bits and bobs. Yoga clothing generally consists of yoga shorts, yoga pants and yoga tops.

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