A specialized training session at Yoga Sanctuary Academy is designed for daycare workers, yoga instructors and elementary and high-school teachers.
It’s 4 a.m. and yoga enthusiast Dmytro Isaiev is getting ready for the day on the rooftop of a Toronto condo.
For four years, Michelle Yan handled her stress like most university students did. She sat through classes, listening to professors. She handed in her assignments on time; and she spent long, sleepless nights in her apartment. She was an average student.
Yan always thought that the stress would fade away. But as she walked down the red carpet at her convocation, she was more stressed-out than ever.
“I always assumed my life would get easier after I graduated,” Yan said.
“It can help you become more flexible, relieve pain in your spine, in your back, and in your joints,” Vaya said. “It just brings a level of calmness and relaxation in to your life.”
What if yoga could save you money – enough money, to buy the ace that got away or to offer your top prospects enough to stay within an organization? Joga, an athletic based yoga practice…
In 2007, Dr. Raza Awan realized he had a severe neck injury. Fifteen years of work at a computer screen studying to become a doctor, as well as playing such sports as tennis had done the damage. He tried some traditional forms of therapy, including physiotherapy, massage, chiropractic treatment and acupuncture. But none of them helped. “I found that Pilates helped my lower back pain,” he said. “(Then) I started going to yoga classes … to explore what yoga could do.”