Himalaya Yoga Valley Centre

International Yoga Training Centres  
Goa | Ireland

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Sankalpa – Creating Your Conscious Intention

Yoga as a journey of self-inquiry begins with intention. An integral part of yoga as transformation, as a method of creating conscious change, starts with self inquiry and setting an intention. In yoga, we are invited to look inside and to create a Sankalpa – the simplest translation is ‘conscious intention’ or maybe even ‘heart’s

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Yoga and Ayurveda for Winter

Seasons change…and what can those changes teach us? An invitation to listen to our bodies…and to respect our own rhythms. Seasons change To be honest, most of us at Himalaya Yoga Valley usually travel from summer to summer with a few transitional spring or autumn days to mark a change in location and latitude. We

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Can I become a Yoga Teacher Online?

Is online Yoga Teacher Training right for you? Through the lens of over 14 years of experience training Yoga Teachers, we look at some of the pros and cons of becoming a Yoga Teacher online. The rise of Online Yoga Teacher Training Although online Yoga Teacher Training has been around for a while now, its

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Simple January Cleanse

Nourishing Ayurvedic Practices for the 3 Doshas   January is often a time when we make intentions and resolutions to create change in our lives. After the full energy of the holidays and New Year, it’s time to give our bodies –  our digestion and our minds a little break. Often times we abandon New

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Ayurveda and Yoga to Dissolve Stress

Ayurveda gives a strong foundation to our yogic well-being and through the lens of the three doshas gives us a map to navigate how we perceive and deal with stress in our lives. According to a 2018 study conducted by the Mental Health Foundation in the UK – the largest study to date on stress

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How Yoga Improves Memory

  As life expectancy continues to increase, the quality of life sustained by an older population is receiving more attention. An important aspect of ageing is the decline in cognitive abilities, such as struggling with everyday tasks, memory loss, difficulty with words or numbers, or confusion in familiar environments. As these concerns become more apparent

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Yoga and Fibromyalgia

  Treating fibromyalgia through Yoga The word “Fibromyalgia” stems from New Latin, “fibro”, meaning fibrous tissue (connective), “myo” meaning muscle, and “algos” meaning pain. The term fibromyalgia describes the symptoms precisely: “pain of the muscle and connective tissue”. Fibromyalgia was first described by the American College of Rheumatology in 1990. It is characterized by chronic, widespread

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How to Build Resilience and Dissolve Stress

  Looking at Stress through the lens of Emotional Anatomy,  Yogic Psychology and Neuroplasticity   “By understanding our emotional anatomy, we see how stress impacts our posture and immune system.” – Adam Divine Resilience is our ability to bounce back from what life throws at us – in essence, our inner strength. In order to

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Yoga for Burnout

Use the quick links below to navigate this article: – Introduction – What is stress and how does it link to burn out? – The eastern approach to healing – How can yoga help? – Asana for burnout – Pranayama for burnout – Other practices for burnout – Conclusion Introduction In our overstimulated world, we

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6 Poses to Open your Shoulders

   Importance of opening the shoulders Working on opening the shoulders is something that can be overlooked in our asana practice. Having more open shoulders improves our overall posture, particularly if we spend our days working from a desk or hunched over a laptop. Flexibility in our shoulders is also an important factor in

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