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Yoga AB (Yoga for the Ageing Body)

It is a fact that we are all ageing. The inevitable ageing process affects each of us in various ways. While we can’t stop this from happening, we can work to slow the process down. A way to help slow the effect of time is by practising a style of yoga tailored to specific abilities more »

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‘Yoga & Meditation’ by RaYoga

‘Yoga & Meditation’ group classes aim to boost well-being and manage stress. The main focus is the meditation element. Yoga and breathing techniques are incorporated into the session to work the body effectively. Preparing the body physically and mentally is essential for maximising the benefits of meditation. Stretching and gentle moves help to increase circulation more »

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What if I die today? 

Ending this day, being alive is not guaranteed. So what if my soul is to depart from my body on this particular day? On its journey to a blissful place, let’s say my spirit can reflect on my stay on Earth: Did I live my mission and life to the full? Having big dreams in more »

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Notes to self: Making moments count.

Like everybody else, my life is a whole of different moments. Some I create, and some happen to me. Both can affect the way I feel. There are many situations I cannot control and instances where I have the liberty and power to create the necessary moments to feel fulfilled. It’s my responsibility to make more »

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Mobility & Flexibility Classes 

Flexibility and mobility are sometimes used interchangeably. Flexibility is defined as a muscle or muscle group that lengthens passively through a range of motion. Mobility is the ability of a joint to move actively through a range of motion. Mobility is essential to our overall quality of life, especially as we age. Our ability to more »

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How can Ra Yoga classes help in active recovery

The body needs rest to repair itself after strenuous workouts, competitive games and races. Recovery is essential before moving to the next training. Some styles of Yoga are typically considered an active recovery that can ease the discomfort associated with delayed onset muscle soreness, or DOMS. The build-up of lactic acid often contributes to post-exercise more »

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Can Yoga Help Seniors Fight Aging?

Regular exercise can improve your quality of life. However, many older adults struggle to find a safe, low-impact exercise that fits within their fitness levels. Yoga for seniors offers a good solution. It offers a low-impact activity, making it suitable for those with joint pain, osteoporosis, or limited mobility. Multiple studies provide data showing that more »

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Why do I not consider myself a yoga teacher?

I have been sharing my passion for yoga for over twenty years. Apart from my different yoga teacher training, I also completed advanced courses offered by Yoga Medicine for teachers, including Mental Health & Wellness and Yoga for Athletes. My experience includes yoga for athletes, the blind and visually impaired and persons suffering from mental more »

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Yoga for Anxiety

Anxiety is a general term for several disorders that cause nervousness, fear, and worry. It is an insidious emotional problem. Nearly every person has the feeling of anxiety at some point in their life. However, when it becomes out of control, it can cause distressing symptoms, including insomnia, migraines, intestinal problems, dizziness, heart palpitations and more »

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The relevance of Yoga in our daily life

It is not surprising that today there is a greater awareness of the benefits of yoga. More and more people are seeking refuge in yoga to find balance and achieve and maintain inner peace, calm and well-being. Yoga can be a practical tool in our daily life to improve our mental, emotional, and physical well-being. more »

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