A personalized yoga practice will uncover old habits and replace them with a stronger, more open and balanced posture, awareness to your own patterns of breathing will help to recode rhythms of rest and vitality
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In this seminar we delved into the causes of stress and how we can manage our stress levels. 60% of Hong Kong's labor force exhibits stress related health conditions, including chronic pain, insomnia, anxiety and
Portrait of man doing yoga exercise on the mat in home, isolated on white Positive psychology advocates meditations from the Buddhist concept of lovingkindness, where we consciously fill ourselves with positive emotions of
Annie led a fantastic workshop exclusively for Team Inspire to promote the value of sharing knowledge and learning from each other. She is part of the core team and has a tremendous wealth of knowledge
Mindful movements provide a productive outlet to release pent up energy that would otherwise make us feel aggressive and anxious, helping us to feel more relaxed and experience better quality sleep. Exercise decreases the risk
Intermittent fast and time restricted are popular trends, we recently held a seminar discussing the body's natural biorhythms and how shortening the window of eating helps to aid digestion and optimize metabolic functioning. In addition
Now more than ever we need to ascertain what we choose to entertain in our minds. Being unaware of your mental conditions can trap you in a habit of forming stress which is physiologically, psychologically
The Team at Inspire Yoga believe in continuous learning, our expert teacher in Yoga for Athletes, Nadine, shared with the rest of us how to balance a yoga sequence to complement a rigorous training schedule.
From the time we enter the world to the time we leave; our breath is with us every moment. Breathing is the critical sign of vitality- however if we are not breathing correctly it can
Hong Kong wellness entrepreneur shares her favourite restaurants – for Italian, Chinese, Japanese, health lunches, and desserts Neelam Harjani’s work life revolves around yoga and health seminars. She enjoys authentic Cantonese food, pizzas, teppanyaki, fancy