Yoga, a discipline with multiple benefits
A discipline that combines physical, mental / emotional and spiritual benefits, yoga combines physical and respiratory exercises, concentration-meditation and relaxation.
It can be practiced by everyone, at their own pace according to their own abilities, accompanied by a qualified and experienced teacher.
Physical exercises, postures (asanas) and sequences
- Give more flexibility,
- revitalize the internal organs, certain postures operating a gentle massage on our organs,
- revitalize the whole body by better circulating energy from head to toe,
- harmonize the muscles: yoga works muscles that would otherwise never be used by our daily activities,
- relax the spine,
- allow you to memorize a “choreography”, a sequence, to develop your concentration,
- develop perseverance and endurance (through regular work on postures),
- strengthen the immune system and allow you to be better armed against colds and other chronic diseases,
- relieve women who suffer from PMS, ensure better longevity.
- Improve the quality of our breathing by developing the rib cage,
- eliminate toxins and bacteria from the body,
- strengthen our vitality by circulating vital energy at the level of the chakras,
- improve blood circulation,
- improve digestive functions,
- promote relaxation and better management of our stress.
Concentration and meditation
- exercisesImprove our intellectual faculties,
- give us better mental clarity,
- eliminate stray thoughts and increase our zest for life,
- promote spiritual evolution, allow better self-control and greater openness to others.
- Let us learn to relax,
- help us manage our stress, be patient
- help us eliminate negative emotions,
- improve the quality of sleep.
Practice with persistence
- for some, it will be rather a very dynamic yoga
- for others it will rather be a more relaxing yoga allowing spiritual opening
- Once you have found and adopted the method that suits you, you have to practice, practice, practice.
- It is important in yoga to be persistent and to practice very regularly to benefit from the benefits.
- Ideally, two to three sessions per week (1 to 1.5 hours per session) is a good average.
At KAZEN Garden, our experienced teachers in different styles, accompany you to introduce you to the learning of Yoga by generally offering two sessions per day.
After a serious learning, you can then adopt a practice rhythm of 30 minutes each day.