How can you benefit from yoga?
Which type of yoga is best for you?
How can you improve your breathing and why should you?
Where do you find a good yoga teacher?
Can anyone do yoga?
Babs Lehner-Platz taught gymnastics and dance as a teenager and left Germany aged 18 to study in England. She then traveled extensively as a professional dancer before discovering Yoga.
She qualified as a yoga teacher and developed her own unique style. She teaches yoga to a wide range of ages - from babies of 6 weeks to octogenarians! Her classes are diverse to make them an enjoyable experience and she prides herself in keeping up-to-date with the latest developments in Yoga and Fitness Science. She also teaches Pre-natal, Postnatal and Baby Yoga, and Birth Preparation.
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The show covers a range of topics related to the creation process, from becoming aware of your destiny, through shaping your thoughts and actions, to learning the wisdom from your experiences and practising forgiveness.
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Here are guidelines on how to meditate.
Should your eyes be open or closed? How must you sit? How must you breathe?
You don't need to be an expert to experience the calm, relaxing state of meditation.
Just follow these basic steps and you will be off to a good start.
There was a time when 'meditation or no meditation?' was a serious issue for me. I come from a Protestant background where in my (admittedly biased) view prayer was a practice of reciting long-winded and important-sounding words. I struggled for years with the concept of prayer. It did not make sense to me that in church other people should pray on my behalf - but then I thought that was just me being the rebel again, and I kept quiet about it.
Outside of church I read books about prayer, and the prayers of other people. Still, I had this feeling that something was missing. Eventually I gave up on figuring out what prayer is about and just got on with life.
Of course I had conversations in my mind with God, but none of the books that I read described these conversations as prayer. The conversations were also quite one-sided, because I told God