Ever wondered why there are so many rounds of Sun Salutations in your Yoga practice? Jana explains the history and theory behind Sun Salutations and more importantly how to master the movements to get the best out of your practice.
What does it take to practice Yoga?
There is a large number of excuses or ideas one comes up with to avoid a Yoga class. “I’m not flexible enough” or “it’s for chicks” or even, “I don’t own any tights”. In this day and age we see some really awesome stuff on social media. Beautiful women wearing very little and standing in a pose where her leg is all the way up around her neck. Or a guy with rippling muscles (which you can see because obviously you have to do yoga topless,) on a tropical island. These beautiful (often sponsored by active wear brands and photo-shopped) images show how trendy one must be to practice Yoga. It’s crushing, but the reality, your tights don’t even have to sport logo on them!! Yep it’s true. Read on as Jana calls BS on Yoga stereotypes and gets real about what it takes to practice Yoga. Read More
Prenatal classes are specifically designed to accommodate the changing body and prepare you for childbirth. Establish confidence in yourself and your body’s abilities, while connecting not just with your baby but other mummy’s to be.
If you have ever thought you aren’t flexible enough to do Yoga, then Yoga is probably the best thing for you. We chat to b3 ambassador and Crossfit athlete, Nathan Wiese, about how his 6 weeks of one on one Yoga training and it’s positive effects on his mobility.