As I emerged my head out of the pool water and breathed, sank in again with my arms purposefully pressured the water to push my body forward, I reached to the pool side and think to myself – I have the first time in my life mastered the skill of swimming, at an age of …
February and March have been such busy month for me. Thought I really need to tell everyone my busy schedules the fun time I had with my friends, kids and family! Month of February Birthday February is my birthday month – sigh, another year older, nothing like a kid’s excitement when it’s his/her birthday, just hoping …
Yoga hаѕ been wіth uѕ for thоuѕаndѕ of уеаrѕ, аnd hоw it саn still bе ѕееn аѕ a trend untіl nоw is іndееd rеmаrkаblе! Aѕ it has bееn рrасtісеd fоr ѕuсh a lоng period оf tіmе, іt mаnаgеd to keep on еvоlvіng іn ѕuсh a соnѕtаnt pace. Fоr thаt fact, thе commonly uѕеd forms of …
Believe in what makes you feel good.
Believe in what makes you happy.
Believe in the dreams
you’ve always wanted to come true, and give them every chance to.
Life holds no promises
as to what will come your way.
You must search for your own ideals
and work toward reaching them.
Life makes no guarantees
as to what you’ll have.
It just gives you time to make choices
and to take chances
and to discover whatever secrets
that might come your way.
If you are willing to take
the opportunities you are given
and utilize the abilities you have,
you will constantly fill your life
with special moments
and unforgettable times.
No one knows the mysteries of life
or its ultimate meaning,
but for those who are willing
to believe in their dreams
and in themselves,
life is a precious gift
in which anything is possible.
—— by Dena Dilaconi, The Language of Happiness
Yoga, the mind-body discipline based on ancient Indian philosophy and now practised all over the world, has joined Unesco’s list of intangible world heritage. It was added to the prestigious list in recognition of its influence on Indian society, from health and medicine to education and the arts, the world heritage committee said …
Tree pose, also known as Vrksasana according to The British Wheel of Yoga. The benefit of this pose is encouraging and improving body balance and concentration. This is one of my favorite poses that I use to keep myself focused. Beginners should not expect to be able to achieve right away, it’s a gradual …
This yoga front split posture is probably one of the most challenging poses for us to reach our desired perfection. But remember getting there isn’t the ultimate goal, it’s how you get there makes it more important an experience for you to remember! Let’s do it together – ouch and then smile, tell yourself it’s …
This posture also called Accomplished, Siddhasana, Perfect or Adept posture. According to The British Wheel of Yoga, its benefits are opening the hips and improving concentration. I personally like to use this as my meditation posture. While closing your eyes, listening to relaxation music, your mind will shift through…
Tiger pose, VYAGHRASANA, this is a pose could help to relieve pains affecting the back. It also exercises and loosens the back by bending it alternately in both directions, harmonizing the spinal nerves. I find the balancing on this pose a bit tricky at the beginning, but a very stretching pose for the back muscle! …
Triangle, also known as Utthita Trikonasana, The benefits of this pose are developing strength in the legs and encouraging an open chest. Beginners should pay attention to their balance when doing this pose.