Wondering what prenatal or antenatal yoga is? Is a ‘regular’ yoga class good enough choice? What are the benefits of prenatal yoga and what can you expect during the class? The articles below will hopefully help to answer these questions and more. (more…)
YogaLondon’s exclusive course on the Philosophy of Yoga is run jointly by YogaLondon (YL) and the prestigious Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies (OCHS). We talked to our very own co-founders, Edward Serrano and Rebecca Ffrench, who gave us the inside info on this new partnership. (more…)
Why do we need to know the Sanskrit names for yoga poses? Why not just call them by their translated name? The Sanskrit terms for poses are often difficult to remember, as well as a mouthful to pronounce. It can put some students off, as they shy away from the ‘yogic’ side of things and just want to have a good stretch. (more…)
Neophilia is the love of the new. It’s not so much focused on love for brand-new, straight-out-of-the-box things, but much more on the seeking out of new experiences. (more…)
How ancient gestures can boost your health, enhance your yoga and deepen your meditation.
Every so often it’s fun to add a new layer to your practice. Something that takes you a little further into the yoga experience, sheds new light on familiar territory, or guides the way towards uncharted realms within. Mudras can do this. These ancient hand gestures belong not only to yoga, but also to Indian dance, martial arts and kinesiology. They reveal to us that if we learn how, the power for transformation is in our hands. (more…)