Connect toNature

Yoga soothes the mind, refocus the energy

“Sunshine, Wind, Water, Earth: Practicing Yoga and spending time in nature can replenish depleted energy.”

One of yoga’s (many) beauties is it can literally be done anywhere. And it turns out nature enhances your practice in an entirely different way than a studio does. A recent Swedish study found viewing nature, especially fractals (the organically occurring patterns in tree branches and fern leaves for example), increased wakeful relaxation and internal focus—two pretty important components of a rewarding yoga practice. “It makes sense to practice inside during inclement weather,” says Amos Clifford, director of the Association of Nature & Forest Therapy. “But, when did we forget to take our practice outside on a glorious day?”

In our outdoor programs, we weave yoga and nature together in a way that dissolves the boundaries between them. Yoga is a wonderful mind/body program. And restorative yoga is particularly effective at reducing stress, helping to relieve tension by supporting the body with props and pillows. This allows us to comfortably settle into the postures and relax, rather than actively engaging our muscles in order to hold a pose.

 Insights

Practicing yoga outside can transform a stagnant routine into a heightened experience. Here, four ways that works.

Replenish depleted energy

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Natural scenery can heighten awareness

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New environment build confidence

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Boost meditation’s benefits

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 Simple Precautions for All

  • There is one important thing we should take care off: avoid practicing during the hot hours and avoid practicing directly under the sun. Always use sun protection, maybe use some insect-off cream.
  • Due to uneven ground, stones etc. be careful not to injure yourself.
  • We always use our mat and are mindful of our trash. A true yogi always leaves the place in a better condition than he found it.
  • So, let’s create more opportunities to practice in nature, knowing that perfection in practice is achieved when we are not affected by the external conditions!

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