Yoga is one of the most beneficial practices and habits we can develop for our minds and bodies. You probably already know many things about the benefits of this ancient and yet modern practice, but we will do a brief recap.
One of the most common questions I'm asked by prospective guests on the retreats I organize is whether they're too old/young/unfit/inexperienced to come. My answer is always the same: it's the diversity of people on the retreat that makes it such an unforgettable experience.
I was just speaking to a beautiful young lady about what she's been up to and, as I heard the words falling out her of mouth about the nine-month sabbatical and the countries she has been to, I could not help but sense the quiver in the voice and the stress in her eyes. There was a tension in her body and it was closing down her natural beauty and radiance.
With 100,000 miles (160,000 km) of blood vessels, a heart that produces enough energy in a day to power a truck for 20 miles (32 km) and 25 million new cells being born each second, the human body truly is brilliant. Our noses can remember 50,000 different scents, our eyes can distinguish about 10 million different colors and our minds produce around 40 thoughts per minute.
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