Himalaya Yoga Valley Centre

International Yoga Training Centres  
Goa | Ireland

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Yoga for Corporate and Office Workers

  Sickness and disease have no place in the life of a person who does not accept and tolerate self-limiting thoughts, which are the real seed of our myriad ailments. We often stand by the belief that disease and illness are our fate and destiny, rather than health and bliss, which are truly our birthright

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Yoga for Resilience

  “Do not judge me by my success, judge me by how many times I fell down and got back up again.” ~ Nelson Mandela Use the quick links below to navigate this article: – Building Resilience – Yogic Insights On Resilience – Cultivating Benificial Behaviors – Solving Proplems with Communication and Action – Finding the

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How Yoga can Reduce Symptoms of Anxiety

Written in support of World Mental Health Day 2018   Anxiety is one of the most commonly cited reasons for joining Himalaya Yoga Valley Centre in Cork, and these are just the people who are seeking help for their disorder. Studies show that young people are less likely than any other age group to seek professional

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Yoga for Depression in Young Men

How can yoga support young men with depression and help prevent suicides?   Written in support of World Mental Health Day 2018   ‘The body today is nothing but the accumulation of our past, thoughts emotions and actions’ – Gregor Maehle Imagine there was a disease that had been killing men around the developed world

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Brand New Asana Breakdown Series

New Videos designed for Yoga Teachers   Learn techniques and modifications to progress your practice and support your students in Lalit’s new series of Asana Breakdown Videos As part of our commitment to providing continuing support and education to our graduates, Lalit has put together a new series of Asana Breakdown Videos designed to give

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10 Day Svadhyaya Sankalpa

A 10 Day Yoga Challenge With a Difference   The Challenge In yoga philosophy, Svadhyaya means the study of the self, Sankalpa means an intention made from the heart and mind. On our recent social media journey, a community of yogis explored their inner worlds, relationships and the yogic path of living through the 5 Yamas

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Yoga for Breast Cancer

How Yoga works as a complementary therapy for patients with breast cancer Quick links: – What is breast cancer – Current cancer treatments – Yoga as a complementary therapy – The benefits of Yoga as a complementary therapy Breast cancer is the second most common cancer in women worldwide, representing 12% of all new cancer cases

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Yoga and Ayurveda for Psychosomatic Disorders

Yoga and Ayurveda for Psychosomatic Disorders By Sara Ponte Yoga  for Psychosomatic Disorders (PSD) has been practiced for many centuries in India, and has only recently been used to treat this condition in other countries. What is a Psychosomatic Disorder? Psychosomatic Disorder, also known as “somatic symptoms” or “somatoform” disorder, represents a group of disturbances

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Yoga for Trauma

Yoga for Trauma by Gayle Newbolt Anyone who has experienced a traumatic event can be left vulnerable to developing symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder and other trauma related illness. According to current research, between 50 to 60 percent of all Americans will experience trauma at some point in their life. In this post we explore

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Arm Balancing Practice With Lalit

Arm Balancing and Core Strengthening Practice with Lalit Practice with Lalit as he takes you step by step through some of the key poses to build core strength and establish your arm balancing practice. During this 25 minute practice you’ll flow through: – Bakasana – Eka pada koundinyasana a – Eka pada koundinyasana b – Parsva bakasana

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