Restorative Yoga Lessons in Bangkok
My name is Janie and I’m a yoga teacher in Bangkok, Thailand offering private one-on-one or group restorative yoga lessons. I am a yogini, teacher, and student for life. I would love to help you become happier, healthier, and more flexible but also to learn about the other benefits of Yoga.
I have been teaching yoga for many years, I have over 800 hours and certifications from Rishikesh India. I love Yoga and want to share it with others. I think it helps you have a healthy mind, body, and spirit. Yoga also emphasizes the importance of regular meditation for a healthy mind and spirit.
Together, we can explore some of the deeper dimensions of your body and learn how to harness the many benefits this incredible practice and lifestyle has to offer.
What is restorative yoga?
Restorative yoga helps provide that physical and mental balance to prevent stress and anxiety, through the use of props that allow you to hold poses longer, giving you all the benefits of deep, passive stretching. If you have a bad back, restorative yoga may be your answer. In addition to relaxing your mind, the poses can relax your back. … “The practice is very gentle and relaxing and is particularly effective at relieving back pain.” The purpose of restorative Yoga is designed to provide support and help the body to relax during asana practice. This is often referred to as active relaxation.
What is a restorative yoga class like?
Restorative yoga is a gentle, slow, still style of yoga that involves long, passive holds in a series of 4-6 restful poses. Yogis are often supported by props to enhance or deepen their experience and achieve a state of total relaxation and release.A restorative practice doesn’t necessarily have to be meditative, but you’ll most likely find that once you allow your body to rest, your mind will quiet as well, making meditation more easily accessible.
Meditation is beneficial for both short-term and long-term health. Meditation has the immediate benefits of reducing stress, reducing negative emotions, increasing self-awareness and focusing on the present.
Benefits of a Slower Restorative Yoga Practice
A restful, restorative practice can have many overall benefits, including:
- Reduces stress
- Promotes well-being
- Improves sleep patterns
- Increases creative thought
- Decreases risk of injury
How many restorative yoga poses are there?
Restorative Yoga Lessons in Bangkok
With all the things life can throw at us I’ve always found yoga to be the one place I can find a sense of calm. As you face tough realities or anything else we all deal with on any given day, it’s an excellent way to help you regain focus and your mind. Taking time to keep in touch with your body and mind is valuable especially when faced with any uncertainty. These reasons along with the many physical benefits are why I feel so passionately about sharing my yoga knowledge and experience with others.
with Kru Janie
I have dedicated my life to learning, living, and teaching yoga so that others can live a happier and more fulfilling life. Please contact me for any questions as a beginner or to book me for private one-on-one or group lessons at your convenience.
“Yoga is the journey of the self, through the self, to the self.” — The Bhagavad Gita
ครูสอนโยคะแบบส่วนตัว Kru Janie
Kru Janie Certifications and Classes.
- 200 hours Teacher Training Bangkok Yogas School. from Bangkok Thailand.
- 200 hours Teacher Training Course. (RYS) from Ananda Yoga Shala. Swargashram, Rishikesh, India.
- 40 hours International Hatha Yoga(Advance) Teacher Training (YAA) from Kriyoga Bangkok, TH.
- 30 hours Advanced Training from Satit Yoga Studio Bangkok, TH.
- Certificate of Practice for 6 days from Yoga Vidya Gurukul. Nashik, Maharashtra, India.
- (First Aid – CPR and AED Training Course) from Fit Bangkok, Thailand.
- 300 hours Yoga Teacher Training Course at Rishikul Yogshala. (YTTC) Rishikesh, India
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