Yoga for beginners

You’ve never tried yoga before and you’d like to know more?

Yoga for beginners: when to start?

Are you suffering from stress, anxiety or physical pain in general?
Do you often find yourself lacking energy?
Are you looking for a deeper understanding of yourself?

There is no better moment, only better moments to start with yoga. Yoga is for everyone and every body type. In Yogaroom, we start with the basics providing each student with the right tools and required understanding to raise consciousness and develop a healthy and inward practice. So how to start on the right foot? Well, if you were to join our yoga for beginners classes you’d be off to a good start for sure.

But in the meantime, you can already get some useful information out of this webpage…

What is yoga?

Yoga means union.

This means as much a state of consciousness as a physical, meditative and ethical practice. Yoga is the art of being alive, conscious, to be here and now.

Vinyasa yoga is a way of practicing hatha yoga (physical practice of yoga) which focuses on synchronizing the breath with the movement for the energy to flow throughout the body. It focuses on building outer and inner strength and balance, along with flexibililty.

If you have a body, then you can experience and feel what yoga is!

Let’s put aside these common myths:

If you’re a beginner with yoga, put aside the following myths and try a class instead.

  • There is no such thing as not being flexible enough for yoga.
  • Yoga isn’t a religion. You don’t have to convert to hinduism to enjoy yoga.
  • Practicing yoga doesn’t necessarily mean you have to change diet or your way of life.
  • It’s not just about relaxing. The practice can be very dynamic and can even help you strengthen your body a lot.

What can yoga bring me?

Yoga brings a lot of benefits. Physically speaking, it strengthens the body, increases flexibility, improves alignment and brings movement fluidity. It also heals the body’s inner systems (immunity, digestive, endocrine, etc) to improve our global health.

We can use a vinyasa practice to treat and heal the physical body, but its effects can also be seen beyond that. The practice will help stabilize and clear the mind, increase our energy levels, and bring a sensition of inner peace that will help us in facing the challenges our modern way of life brings.

Every day we offer a yoga classes for beginners so you can develop a safe and healthy practice from day one.