Tag Archives: Movement

Restorative Yoga The Sweetest Part of our Practice By Maria Hrisoheraki

Let’s admit it: The moment that we have finished the dynamic part of our practice and we prepare for the restorative asanas is our best. These relieving and well-supported poses are offering us the opportunity to relax and enjoy the sweet side of life. Of course, ideally, and according to Patanjali, all the asanas must …

My First Experience with the Mysore Practice of Ashtanga yoga

All the practitioners of Ashtanga Yoga know what a Mysore class is. The mysore practice of ashtanga yoga is the traditional way of practising ashtanga – as non-guided  practice. Mysore is named after the south Indian town, where the late K  Pattabhi Jois, the establisher of ashtanga yoga taught until his death, whereas his relatives …

Learning About your Dosha, Dosha Imbalances & How to Restore Balance

Knowing and understanding your primary Dosha is the first step in Ayurvedic healing. Your dosha refers to your unique, specific collection of personality traits, characteristics, physiological processes, and more, and it falls predominantly into one of these types: Vata, Kapha, and Pitta. Each of these three mind, body, and spirit descriptors have certain tendencies, habits, …

Ayuverdic Dosha Quiz – Determine Your Dosha

Knowing and understanding your primary Dosha is the first step in Ayurvedic healing. Your Dosha refers to your unique, specific collection of personality traits, characteristics, physiological processes, and more, and it falls predominantly into one of these types: Vata, Kapha & Pitta. Each of these three mind, body, and spirit descriptors have certain tendencies, habits, and ways …