We practice yoga to be whole in the wildest and truest sense of word. Both physically and holy, we want to be ‘one’ and unite with the divine.
Practice consistently with patience and with all our attention, and not letting our mind blocking our awareness is experiencing consciousness. The achievement for consciousness is practicing patiently, devoted and with full faith. Yoga is the practice itself.
Watching a yogi do intricate postures can be a little intimidating. Have no fear! The way Yogi Marlon teach yoga on “Yoga for Absolute Beginners” will make it easy for you. From the very first time you follow along, you’ll be doing actual Asanas (postures) and Pranayama (breathing) techniques that have been handed down from teacher to student for thousands of years.
You’ll learn all the basic postures and breathing in 4 separate 25 -minute practices. (I know you’re busy!) A couple of segments to fill you in on guidelines and my background in yoga. As you practice yoga your body will become stronger and more flexible. You’ll also enjoy less stress, and experience how doing yoga surfaces as a more optimistic attitude throughout your day. That’s because you’ll be finding the path to health and happiness within, something that no ordinary exercise program can deliver.