About Studio Yoga Madison United states
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Studio Yoga seeks to create a caring environment and welcoming community where students can practice and grow under the guidance of expert teachers. Step into our fully-equipped, light-filled studios to: Practice Iyengar Yoga Receive personalized instruction from experienced teachers Expand your understanding of yoga philosophy and how it relates to your life Learn the art of Meditation and Pranayama Explore different fitness and movement modalities Replenish yourself â€¦cultivate a lifelong practice that will help you be relaxed, centered, and joyful. Studio Yoga offers classes in: Yoga, Meditation, Pilates, Barre Sculpt, Zumba, Belly Dance, Tai Chi, Body Work & Healing, and much more. Studio Yoga also offers: private yoga classes, chiropractic care, massage, Thai body work, Vedic astrology, reflexology, sound healing with Himalayan singing bowls and more. Yoga can be beneficial to all of us, regardless of our various states of fitness. Yoga is an ancient practice that originated in. It consists of physical and mental disciplines which make us healthy, alert, and receptive. A general program of yoga not only keeps the body supple while strengthening the muscles, it also improves all the bodily functions, including respiration, digestion, elimination, and circulation. Through its many positions & postures (or â€œasanasâ€), yoga tends to the needs of the whole body. If a certain muscle needs to be stretched or strengthened, or if an organ needs to be stimulated or sedated, there is a yoga position to serve that purpose. Although yoga is not a religion, it can be a way of life. Our experiences in yoga transform our perception of the world and the way we live in it. The increased awareness of the body and breath attained through practicing yoga extends into every aspect of our lives â€“ such as the way we eat, and the way we relate to others. Body & mind Mindful execution of yoga postures, however, involves more than physical positioning. A yoga posture is brought alive by focusing the mind not only on the position of the limbs, by also on the flow of breath and the flow of energy throughout the body, extending the awareness into every cell. Through integrating these aspects of ourselves, we allow the body to be as it was meant to be. The blood flows freely throughout the body, toxins are released and eliminated, and the proper hormonal balance is maintained. The joints become open, mobile and aligned â€“ particularly the vertebral joints. When you start your day with yoga, your body and mind are more alive, more focussed, more centered and ready for the challenges of every day life.