We provide quality Traditional Yoga Instruction, grounded in Kinesiology and
backed by BCRPA and NCC Fitness Theory.(We teach poses that Bio Mechanicaly/Ergonomicaly designed.)
We start with warm up and end with cool down excercises.
Yoga traditional breath is slow and steady, breath in of the nose down
into the belly and off of the mouth. Always sit with a straight spine and a relaxed body.
Please consult your health care practitioner before starting a Yoga.
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IF your looking for:
THEN, Yoga is for you !
- Less stress.
- Less tired.
- Less weight.
Yoga has 3 positive faces:
- Aerobic Fitness.
- Strengthen Muscles.
- Increase Flexibility.
(BC HEALTH GUIDE BOOK-page.345)
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Aerobic conditioning improve the ability of your heart and lungs to deliever
oxigen to your muscles, dues allows you to do more with less fatigue.
Generally speaking, anything that raises your heart rate can be considered
The following activity count as Aerobic activity:
Try the "Talk-Sing Test" to determine your ideal excercise pace.
- Brisk Walking
- Sweeping/mopping floor.
- Pushing a lawn mover.
- walking the dog.
- Taking the Stairs.
- Walking to a nearby shops.
HOW OFTEN/HOW LONG SHOULD I EXCERCISE?
- If you can NOT talk and excercise at the same time, you are going too
- If you CAN talk while you excercise, you are doing fine.
- If you can sing while you excercise, it would be safe to increase your
pace a little.
In general, try to get at least 30 minutes of moderate physical activity
most days of the week.
- FREQUENCY(how often you excercise).
- DURATION(how long you excercise)
- INTENSITY(how hard you excercise)
WARM UP AND COOL DOWN
For the firat 5 ~ 10 minutes go slowly.
Garadually slow your pace 8 ~ 10 minutes in the end.
Drink water before, during and after the activity.
As your build aerobic endurance, you will need to increase Frequency,
Duration and Intensity.
Strenthened muscle enable to do more and longer work before you become exhausted.
Flexible muscles and joints prevent injury and improve balance.
Strech slowly and gradually, don't bounce.Maintain continuous tension on the muscle.
Relax and hold each strech for a count of 10, exhale as you strech to further
relax your muscles, if hurts you have gone too far or you are doing incorrectly.
For Streching Excercises, check page 348 of
BC Health Guide Book.
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"If Excercise could be packed into a pill,
it would be the single most widely prescribed,
and beneficial, medicine in the Nation"
Robert Butler, MD
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