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Holistic Therapies. Yoga & Meditation.

Holistic therapy addresses the mind, body, and spirit to support health and healing. It’s combining mental and emotional health with physical and spiritual aspects of experience. Bringing the body and spirituality into healing is the main objective of the main of Holistic Therapies.

Though the practice of holistic therapy has existed for centuries, it’s only recently that practitioners in the Western hemisphere have begun integrating it into their practices.


Yoga works at the level of the body, mind, emotion, and energy. This has given rise to four broad classifications of yoga: karma yoga, where we use the body; bhakti yoga, where we use emotions; gyana yoga, where we use the mind and intellect; and kriya yoga, where we use energy.

Yoga and meditation practices support each other. Through the practice of yoga and meditation, you improve your abilities to focus and relax, the two most important benefits of practicing meditation.

Morning Yoga Workout for Strength and Flexibility (no words, just beautiful music). Full body workout.

Instructor: Maria Louisiana

Music: Heaven & Heart by K arunesh. Al bum He heart Chakra Meditation II - Coming Home.

This morning yoga practice for all levels activates all muscles and is the best way to start the day. After this practice, you will be more energized, flexible, and calm.


These six simple yoga poses are also good for strength, flexibility, stamina, and weight loss.

Asanas ( sanscrit names )

When practiced regularly, the physical poses of hatha yoga provide you with a sense of well being and health. This state of balance is an important step in allowing your body and mind to prepare for spiritual growth as your energy move through you

Surya Namaskar (the sun salutation)

1. Virabhadrasana ( warrior I )

In the posture of warrior I, with a firm and determined step, you must find the physical and mental stability to carry out your purpose. The third and fourth chakras (Manipura and Anahata) are activated and the chest opens, energy expands and willpower grows.

2. Adho Mukha Svanasana ( downward dog facing pose )

It is perfect for stretching the whole body: the muscles of the arms, the spine, and the back of the legs... It is a transition and rest asana, it can be done as an isolated posture, as part of a vinyasa, or in sequences and yoga exercises, such as the sun salutation.

3. Virabhadrasana III ( warrior three pose )

This posture has several benefits such as: strengthening the legs, improving balance, opening the hips and chest, stretching the leg muscles, making the spine more flexible, and relieving stress...

4. Trikonasana ( triangle pose )

The number three is usually loaded with great symbolism in different traditions and cultures. The triangle posture is itself the representation of that number: structurally we see a powerful, strong, and stable figure, capable of supporting heavy weights and enduring great pressure thanks to the distribution of forces. And we want to transmit these notions to our body, seeking balance and stability to achieve that strength built from the foundations.

5. Viparita Karani ( legs-up-the-Wall Pose )

In the inverted gesture posture, tired legs are relieved. In addition, by reversing the circulation of the blood, it better reaches the internal organs and the head.

It also balances the functioning of the thyroid glands and improves metabolism. Helps control anxiety and stress.

6. Bhujangasana ( cobra pose )

It helps us tone the back muscles.

It gives us flexibility throughout the spine and helps rejuvenate the nervous system.

Purifies the kidneys.

The pressure we exert on the floor helps tone the abdominal organs.

Increase our energy.

Facilitates the ability to concentrate.

Helps improve mood and fight depression.

In women, it helps regulate the menstrual cycle.


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