If you've ever walked past a community center that offers Georgia yoga classes, you may have noticed dozens of happy people greeting each other on their way in or out. What's got all these folks so bright-eyed and bushy-tailed?
The simple answer is that it's the yoga. There's no "secret sauce" that helps enthusiasts in improving their health or making personal changes. Instead, all it takes is a sincere commitment to the mind-body regimen and an open and receptive heart.
That said, explaining what is actually happening to a person's mental and physical health during yoga and meditation…well, that's a little more complex.
You see, yoga isn't just a series of stretches and poses. And anyone who says that is taking the wrong kind of class! Yoga exercises that overwork the muscles and strain the tendons are too taxing on the body, and at the same time, they simply do not address a person's mental, emotional, spiritual and communal needs.
At its root, an effective holistic system like Dahn Yoga consists of the pursuit of inner equilibrium. This means using a full range of tools, including deep breathing, tai chi, qigong, meditation, body tapping and brain wave vibration. Trust us: You'll leave class positively beaming!