Ishvaradhrishti yoga, meditation & holistic living by Rehana Edison
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Am Rehana Edison certified Yoga, meditation and holistic healer, with more than 15 years experience.
Some of the important Services / Classes provided by Rehana Edsion are Hatha, Power Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Pranayama/Meditation classes and holistic healing. Am now specializing on Shamanic & Alchemical Medicine (course USA).
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The purpose of vinyasa is for internal cleansing. Breathing and moving together while performing asanas makes the blood hot, or as Pattabhi Jois says, boils the blood. The benefits of boiled blood are numerous. Thinner (boiled) blood circulates more freely, so it's better able to remove pain, impurities and disease.
Vinyasa Flow is a rhythm, like a dance, finding your edge between challenge and acceptance, while creating more focus and presence in our daily lives.
This practice allows you to recover fully from all the stresses and strains of life; by relaxing muscles, lowering your heart rate, and allowing your nervous system to stop constantly reacting.
When the body can totally relax and release, the body starts to heal itself, the mind quiets down and we experience more openness, calmness, and resilience to deal with daily challenges.
Pranayama & Meditation
Meditation and Pranayama are both parts of the 8 folded path of Yoga, but can also be practiced as stands alone practices.
They are very recommanded in case of insomnia, stress, digestive problems, anxiety, hyperventilation, fatigue, burn-out, learning disorders.
Living a holistic lifestyle is a lot healthier than most styles of living. It basically means you're choosing to live your life and heal your body through natural remedies.
What's unique about this way of living is you observe everything as a whole. You don't look at sickness and say it's something physical, you observe the entire picture.