Yoga is becoming more and more prominent in the adventure community as a means of keeping the body, mind and soul healthy during outdoor pursuits. The yogic focus on breath, awareness, and increasing strength and flexibility becomes increasingly important as we challenge ourselves in new ways and climb to new heights, both figuratively and literally. Read in this article how you improve your stamina and physical capacities for outdoor sports with yoga techniques such as breathing exercises.
Scholars have started focusing more on how feelings like stress and nervousness can adversely impact the way you are feeling. This works through chemical pathways throughout the body. Releasing stress can help you get past ailments like muscle pain, joint pains and the like. However, have you ever thought of the opposite situation? Can we control the physical aspects of the body by controlling and working on the mind? This is a food for thought. This is what introduces the concept of the fascia.
Whether it is a day of skiing or hiking, the natural mountain air has a calming and soothing effect on our mind and spirit that usually results in a deep healing sleep at the end of the day. Those benefits combined with Yoga provide blissful and rejuvenating experiences.
During your ski vacation, yoga awakens and strengthens the muscles in the morning and restores and relaxes them in the evening. Yoga is known to act as the ideal supplement to your workout, preventing injuries and balancing the energies of the body.
That's why Anyyogi is collaborating with My-Mountains and offering amazing packages of Yoga and Ski classes.
CBD is undoubtedly known for its anti-anxiety and anti-inflammatory benefits in the wellness world. However, there is still a lot of confusion and chaos related to its usefulness.
Studies to date have shown that CBD may have effects on many parts of the brain, such as serotonin receptors (anti-anxiety medications and antidepressants act as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors). It is known to have an anxiolytic effect, which decreases anxiety. But still, it is used by many due to the benefits it offers. Dive in to know the physical benefits of CBD.
Have you wondered what the relationship between Yoga and Ayurveda is?
Ayurveda combines the Sanskrit words ayur (life or longevity) and veda (science or knowledge) – in short, Ayurveda is the science of a healthy life. Ayurvedic wisdom is the science of healing the body with nutrition and purification. Yoga comes from the Sanskrit word ‘yuj’ which means union. On a physical level, the asanas strengthen muscles, glands are pressurised and organs detoxified. This allows prana to circulate and create the internal union of mind, body and spirit through the conscious breath. Yoga uses the relationship of body and mind to harmonise with spirit - whilst Ayurveda uses the body as a vessel to harmonise mind and consciousness.
What you experience in a sound bath is truly unique. In a sound bath you hear different sound frequencies that stimulate the body and mind in a way that deep relaxation occurs. As sound baths are a profound holistic method that has not yet established itself in European culture, Anyyogi is honoured to be able to offer unique events with sound therapist Christine M. Grimm from California.
Many researchers have picked up on the interesting question why yogis seem to have an improved sense of energy and to live life with genuine enjoyment. Have you also wondered why yogis seem to be ‘so full of life’?