Stress has become a chronic aspect of life for many of us; and it takes its toll. With our brains over-stimulated and our bodies more sedentary than ever, many of us suffer from the fatigue and imbalance that comes from chronic stress without sufficient recovery.  

A yoga practice is an excellent way to soothe nerves that are in a constant state of overdrive.

The nervous system senses continued pressure, producing extra stress hormones over an extended period of time, leaving us feeling depleted or overwhelmed.

Over time the immune system weakens causing illness and fatigue, mood swings, lack of focus, and irritability resulting in many health problems like migraines and insomnia to lupus, MS, eczema, poor digestion, weight gain, high blood pressure, and heart attacks.

Now more than ever, we need to slow down, quieten our minds and take a deep breath...

The benefits of yoga postures (asana), breathing (pranayama), and meditation (dhyana) includes increased body awareness, release of muscular tension and increased coordination between mind-and body which leads to better management of stress and cultivates an overall feeling of well being