We now offer Iyengar Yoga. How would you explain Iyengar Yoga to someone new to yoga?
Iyengar Yoga is specifically designed for a true beginner. Clear and simple instruction is given to get you in and out of the poses. We constantly work to protect you in the postures by focusing on precise alignment. So, don't worry about whether you can stretch to the floor in the postures or catch your ankles in forward bends, because, we use props to make these postures accessible to you.
You see, we want you to be able to experience the postures and especially receive the benefits that can effect your body and more importantly your health. With Dallas Yoga you will notice changes in your flexibility, strength and eventually your stamina. More importantly, you will begin to notice emotional changes, better focus, and eventually smoother breathing.
We offer complimentary coffee and cold filtered water.
If you would like to start Yoga please call us at 469-232-0300 or Email Us
Yoga is defined as a means of physical exercise combined with breathing & relaxation techniques, diet control, and meditation as a means of achieving harmony of the body and mind. More and more Americans have been choosing Yoga as part of their lifestyle, due to the benefits it brings to their physical and mental well-being. The term “Yoga” comes from the Sanskrit word “Yog” which means union. In principle, this is exactly what Yoga does; it unites the body with both the mind and spirit, thereby giving a sense of calm while feeling better physiologically, mentally and emotionally.
Dallas Yoga goes beyond being a fitness program. The benefits of constant Yoga practice has made it the most sought after program for healing as well. These benefits include improved body flexibility and balance, better cardiovascular endurance, increased energy levels, a strengthened immune system, stress relief, and even improved mental alertness. Yoga has also been identified as a supplemental cure for coronary heart disease, asthma, anxiety disorders, depression and stress. However, for most beginners, thoughts of Yoga bring to mind images of contorted limbs and difficult routines. Yoga is none of these at all. With proper guidance of a professional Dallas Yoga trainer, anyone can adapt this method as a good complement to a cardio workout.
The best Cardio workout that a person can look for is walking. Many people do not think of walking as a cardio workout, but it is, and a good one at that. Of course, leisurely walking is not going to get your heart rate up enough to qualify as a good, sound cardio workout but if you can walk fast enough to get your heart rate up and keep it there for an hour or so, you are doing yourself a lot of good.
Many people also like to combine strength with cardio and carry small hand weights on their walk. For most women, anywhere from 3 to 5 pound weights should suffice very well for this purpose, and this can help to really burn off those extra pounds that you might be looking to lose much faster as well.
Our Dallas personal training studio has all of the cardio equipment you need to get in your daily dose of walking. Why not come in today and see why our family owned and operated facility makes working out fun?