How to Prevent Injury During Distance Running Training

How to Prevent Injury

How to prevent Injury during Distance Running Training

The risk of injury in distance running increases as severe and sudden changes made in the training schedule, it could be a sudden increase in the number of days in a week you are to train. Almost all runners battle with one or more injuries each year. Every runner has a different mental and physical condition. A good coach that will help evaluates factors in detail that influences a training program should be hired, contribute to set up a training program depending on the runner’s mix.

Aiming to get an effective and safe system? Then Jack Daniels principles of training listed below can serve.

  • Knowledge of your training necessities

Since what works perfectly for one might not work for another, you always have to keep in mind the purpose of the training session and specific needs to achieve the goal.

  • Setting your own pace

Copying the current, and previous champion’s approach to training doesn’t always work, but can be used to support your training program. Challenge yourself with training on the foundation of scientific principles. “When you hear about a new approach to training, don’t just try to copy it rather try to analyze it,” says Jack Daniels. Know the benefits to your body’s system.

Do not follow all publicly released athlete’s training, because to gain recognition, some runners lie about their training schedule and even in the training log to give people the impression that their training is demanding.

Another risk of following previous champions, training is the difference in body type. According to Jack Daniels, know your type of body, your strengths, and weaknesses, be true to yourself regarding your abilities, try to learn what works for you, why it works for you, and why you are considering trying something new in your approach. Before you follow a suggested workout, know your present fitness level, experience level, and goals.

The following sets of questions are adapted from “Jack Daniels,” and will help in evaluating an athlete’s training needs. In the process of your distance running training, you must ask yourself this list of questions:

What is your present fitness level? Are you ready to train and compete?

How much time in a week(s) are you available for a season’s best performance?

How many hours in a day, days in a week will you be available for training?

What are your pros and cons, as regards speed, endurance, aerobic capacity, economy, and reaction to different amounts of running?

What training type do you prefer? To what training-type do you respond well too psychologically? What specific event are you preparing for?

How should periodic races fit into the training program?

What are the environmental conditions of the distance running competition?

Injury is less about damaged tissues and more about your sensitivity and irritation. Addition of weight lifting and jump to your training could help reduce injuries. Try not to go overboard during workouts as this may increase the risk of injury. After the marathon, allow your body to rest for a week or two before setting another goal.

Distance Running Tools

Distance Running Tools

The Gears

Just like in every sport, preparation for a full marathon means getting the right tools. For those aspiring to reach their goals, you must ensure to get the right gear/tools and accessories that will augment your speed, endurance, motivation, and strength. Here are some gears preparation tips to help ease the stress of you going to look for them yourself.

Running Clothe

Wearing the appropriate running attire will help prevent external running hazards from getting to your body.

We will be starting with running shorts. Remember when choosing a short ensure it is not too tight (which may lead to improper blood circulation) or to lose (to prevent it from falling off your waist). There are two types of shorts runners can decide to opt for

  • Traditional running shorts

This running’s short are not very close but are short. They provide Excellent cooling and comfort. Regular running shorts are designed with microfiber and wicking briefs; although they are a bit expensive, it gives support for distance runners by directing cooling to a specific area.

  • Compression or Cycling shorts

Compression shorts, on the other hand, are mostly used by athletes who do not like their thigh flab poking out because of its unflattering snugness that prevents friction against the thighs.


Distance runners could either opt-in for Singlets, short sleeves, or long sleeves, depending on the weather type and the runner’s preferences. However, do not use tops made with cotton material while tops made with polyester is widely accepted because of its ability to absorb and dry up the sweat quickly, keeping you dry, comfortable, and fresh. For adverse weather, sports jackets are allowed. They help in keeping one dry and warm throughout the race.


Running shoes contributes mainly to the runner’s comfort level. You need to select a pair that fits your type of foot, and allows free movement of the foot muscles. It also shapes the manner at which you run.


Sweating on the feet is common to athletes running a distance of 5 km or more. (Feet) Sweats can make you uncomfortable and could lead to soreness of the feet. Long marathon races require socks with materials that absorb sweats.


Running accessories may include head and wrist bands, hats(protects us from wind), speed monitor. The speed monitor is used for calculating the distance traveled on the course of running and keeping track of the overall time taken to cover a specific range. Accessories eliminate the stress/hassle of using an odometer for measurement.

Hydration packs can also be added to the list of running accessories since it helps you maintain an optimal hydration level.

For female runners, a right bra for sport is essential. It reduces uncontrollable burst movement that tends to stress the burst ligament and can cause pain on the burst.

During the preparation of a marathon, you have to ensure you are comfortable in your choice of chosen gears, i.e., the tops, shoes, shorts, socks, and any additional accessories, when all the selected speeds are on point, then you are a step closer to achieving your goals.

Distance Running Random Tips

Distance Running Random Tips

The popularity of running is rapidly increasing in the world of sport. Just by knowing you don’t require any athletic qualification (you need to know how to run) and its other great benefits, has played a significant role in the popularity increase.

Here are 6 random tips about distance running that will get you started or even more prepared.

The Mind

The mind places a significant role in distance running, as people will say “success starts from the mind,” i.e., your kind if mindset determines how much of a successful being you can be and vice versa. Although the reality of distance running been hard is right, having a positive mindset does the trick.

When a new body begins an exercise, there will be some resistance from the body. The person will encounter difficulty in breathing, muscles ache, and tiredness. All these are enough reason to quit but that is where the power of the mind and mental attitude comes into play, but the zeal to succeed will keeps you going.

The secret, Start slow

Keeping the pace low at first is extremely important although stiffness of muscles and lung issues (like difficulty in breathing) might arise at first but eases up as you continue. First run is always the hardest; therefore, you are to pick a short distance, run two to five times weekly with rest in between, then you can progress from there. Finding a running partner makes it more fun.


Choosing of shoe and clothe for running is to be supervised by the sport store clerk, more importantly the shoes should be made for running, must be flat (with little or no heel slippage), and must also fit well to avoid injuries on the muscles of the feet and bruises on the toenails while running.


Distance running requires a lot of energy, strength, and endurance which brings carbohydrates(known as energy givers)to the top of the list, followed by protein(known as a body-builder)needed to help build strong muscles. Lack of carbohydrates in the body results in muscle fatigue, low blood sugar, low endurance level and many more which can make you give it up faster than expected.

Let’s not forget about water which is also as important as food, and needed throughout the race. Whether you are thirsty or not you have to make drinking water every 10 to 20 minutes a habit since the fluid in our body is dissipated/released as we run via sweat.


Increasing running distance is suggested once one becomes stable and comfortable with their running, and must be done gradually (i.e., at most 10% increase every week).To ensure your endurance level remains on point, setting a long-term goal is suggested, these goal keeps you going but remember the slower, the better.

Training logs

The log is another valuable tool which is to be filled daily and must be detailed. In here you are to record all your running details that include pulse rates, distances covered, rest days, comments on being tired. It also helps in the planning of future activities.

Distance running is fun; you have to enjoy it. Although you have to exercise patience in the journey to become a successful distance runner you also have to train the right way, eat good food and have enough rest.

Becoming A Victorious Distance Runner

Victorious Distances

Running is not only a fun-filled activity, but it is also a serious event that can be life-altering. The more distance an athlete covers in a designated time frame, the more accomplished him or she feels both physically and even psychologically. Becoming a successful runner especially in long distances requires the building of some particular component that would give a boost to skill, thereby making you adequately ready for the race.
Here is an essential list of routines/training that helps you boost your skills, and also helps you get ready for a race.

The Fartlek:

Fartlek is a Swedish term for speed play and is tagged an essential component in the distance running. Fartlek is done by carefully bursting into speed while in the middle of the race training. It merely means intermixing of some periods running fast and some periods of running slow. Fartlek allows your legs to utilize various paces. The basic of the Fartlek is to help the athlete know the time he or she can go at an individual pace. It’s essential that Fartlek should not be overdone, i.e., Ensuring the body can maintain the speed it is running.

The Hills:

Just like the name implies, it means running on a hill or an inclined plane. This training requires lots of mental and will power. Hill and incline routines and sessions helps in building up of the muscles especially that of your clave, therefore giving you an edge(regarding power, speed, and leverage)over running on the flat surface field since the same muscle groups used in the hill and inclined session are used on the flat surface field too. Hill routine also offers the benefit of preventing injuries, since muscles around your knee are improved and strengthens during the method.

The Interval:

Intervals involve short time frame of running hard and a longer time frame of resting in which you can either jog or walk. This training will be done on the track where distances are clearly defined. The interval running involves mostly speed workouts whereby both the length and pace is accurately laid out before you even begin. This routine helps the athlete become more efficient physiologically over some time.

The Tempo Run:

Tempo Run is known as the least complicated speed workouts; this is because the track of the distance is not kept and doesn’t require regular recalling of the time split. During this training, your body realizes how to run economically thereby enabling an increase in your speed level and maximizing your body’s endurance.

The Long Run:

The long run is said to be the most crucial because it gives your body the needed endurance and stamina (both physically and mentally) that will carry you throughout the distant runs.

Practice makes perfect and building towards distance running is no joke, but if you follow the basic routine listed above before you head out to the road or track, you can be sure you are on your way to becoming a successful athlete.

Joining The Race

Distance running is also known as the Marathon race has become a popular form of exercise. However, things to note before joining a distance running includes

Heart conditions:

This is one crucial thing to be considered before one decides to join in on all the fun.

Before joining the race, approval from the doctor is first required. It is advised that those with such conditions are to consult their physician or doctor on the kind of exercise they are to partake in that won’t aggravate the heart condition. It also applies to those who think they are fit and healthy; because feeling fit and confirming you is medically fit are two different things.

Here was a list of men who died in a race

  • Mike Banner was one of the men reported to have died of a heart attack in 2007 while competing in a race. It was said he was unaware he had a rare heart condition which caused his arteries to get clogged during the competition leading to a fatal the heart attack.
  • Running the U.S. men’s marathon Olympic, Ryan Shay, died. At 28, he had an enlarged heart. Even though his condition was made known to him, he decided to use it to his advantage. Unfortunately, this advantage was what ultimately turned on him and led to his death.

Therefore, before one embarks on any exercise like distance running, medical check-ups must be carried out to ensure one is healthy and fit. Thereby any risks are averted.

Intake of Water:

Measures have also been taken to remind runners to drink while running. However, a substantial number of runners do not heed this advice. But who can blame them? After all, it breaks the concentration and while drinking water is critical, crossing the finish line is on the first thoughts of all athletes find themselves entertaining.

Medical research has shown that when athletes go on a long race without drink or fluid and fiercely guzzle down water after the race, they tend to lose excessive sodium when they sweat when compared to those athletes who take fluid during the race. Low sodium in the blood could lead to brain swelling, seizure, confusion, and even death. Therefore caution is to be taken in this area.

Proper Eating:

 Food is also as important as water. Eating the night correctly before embarking on a long distance race is essential. It is advised to eat food loaded with about 50 percent carbohydrate and fat, oil and vitamins to complement the remaining50 percent. Calories of the diet should not be less than 2000 calories.


Stretching is another essential thing to note before running a marathon. This is to be done to help the muscles fully relax and flexible thereby preventing muscle injuries or pulls while running. One has to do it right also; having a trainer is always an excellent idea.

Distance running is an enjoyable exercise and is safe if all rules are being followed, i.e., medical check-ups, proper eating, stretching before running an adequate intake of water. Its benefit includes burning of fat, strengthening of the muscles and heart as well as regulating blood supply in the body.

The Human Powerhouse

The Human Powerhouse

“Your Core is probably the only structure that does not require much training.”

Core strength is not about developing skeletal or muscular armoring and it is not about over developing one specific group of muscles. Instead, core strength involves developing resiliency.

It becomes rigid when you need to lift something substantial, it becomes loose when you are tired, fatigued or depressed, it becomes responsive when you are playing sports or doing other activities such as dancing, and it becomes stable and strong to maintain a good posture both durable and dynamic.

The entire core system is like a tennis ball. As long as it’s compact, it will bounce, but the moment it’s cut the bounce reduces and eventually stops.

The core is your powerhouse. It can still be active and working despite of all the direct or indirect damage caused by the body structure (Flat feet, lumbar lordosis, thoracic kyphosis, scoliosis, stiffness of the spine for whatever reason), adaptive positioning and movement dysfunction, pregnancy, childbirth, obesity, sedentary lifestyle, sexual intercourse, physical trauma, post surgery and old age just to name a few.

The question is what the first step towards Core Recovery is?

Many of you agree when you are depressed, you tend to give up most of the activities you slouch and loose your ideal posture. Realigning your position is the first step to a faster core recovery. This sounds easy but how do you realign your perfect posture and how long will it take?

Your posture is an Internal job; it’s not just physical but also psychological. To realign your posture you need first to find the bunch of muscles that are causing this postural malfunctioning and changes. Creating balance in their length and strength relationship is the way to start. This may not take too long, but the actual results can only be seen after this training of fixing their relationship has been done consistently and for a reasonably long time. Ideally, as much time as it has taken to malfunctioning.

Most people already give up halfway. Or when the pain is reduced, they believe the problem is fixed. That’s not true. It’s like taking the antibiotics you must finish the doses; otherwise, you will develop the sensitivity towards it, and it won’t work next time you decide that antibiotic. You will need a much higher dosage that means much harder work for your liver to process & expel it and detoxify your body.

Same applies when fixing your core. When you stop it becomes sensitive to the methods, you used to fix it, and then ultimately you have to try something else to fix it. That requires learning new ways new techniques all over again and the time and effort that it takes yet. This process goes on and on.

The two best methods to keep it all aligned and remain it that way is to practice Yoga and Pilates under supervision (one on one) and also practice under the experienced masters who have the extensive knowledge of Human body and movement science.

See below the six specialized classes we offer to fix your core or book a private session, and we can fix it from the inside out without going for any invasive or fat-sucking procedure.

  1. Postnatal Recovery
  2. Yoga Core
  3. Back Care Yoga
  4. Backstretch vinyasa
  5. Spine Clinic
  6. Ab Blast Pilates

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12 Simple Yoga Techniques To Start Your Day

Build your Energy

What is the first thing you do immediately you are awake?
Say you woke up without a nature call. Even without a duty call. You didn’t wake up because your bladder needed to be empty. or your kids were crying or screaming, or you had to take your dog for a walk or were late for work or even late for your yoga class. If we take all of it out of equation, what is the first thing you usually do immediately you are awake?

A. Reach out to your phone?
B. Open your laptop?
C. Drink water?
D. Make your coffee or even get on the bed.
F. Stretch on the bed?
E. Try to sleep more?

So My Question is how do you all start your day?

To be honest, there is no fixed rule of how one would start their DAY. If you type in google “how should i start my day” You will find various articles and ways you can start your day. In fact you will learn how other people start their day and what do they have achieved from following their routines. The only thing that none of them have actually mentioned is about reading your mind and witness your own thoughts and emotions. Because when you do that you can learn about yourself and take control over the mind that is in the autopilot mode. There is always a better way to start your day. Here i will share 12 yoga techniques that can help you start a better day….everyday.

Purpose of Improving Flexibility

  • A Night Before.

    Watch closely
    a. What you consume as your final meal at night and how much?
    b. What thought you have had before going to sleep?
    c. What movie or television show did you watch?
    Depending on any of these your will notice the effects of it the next morning. Specially your mood and thoughts will be re-presented in the morning.

  • On The BED

    Stretch and gently twist your body on the bed, before leaving the bed. The simple ways you can stretch is to curl all your toes towards your sole and flex your ankles. During the night our feet drop (into plantar flexion – flat feet) and the weight of the blanket make it worse. Doing a strong toe curl with dorsiflexion of the ankles will prepare you better for your first foot steps of the day.

  • IRT – Instant Relaxation Technique

    Relax and try to normalize your breath while lying flat on your back. Bring your legs together and hands by the side of the body. Now gradually and successively start contracting the entire body starting form toes, ankles, calf, knee caps, thighs, hips & buttocks, fingers, forearms and arms, Inhale hold the breath, continue tightening your shoulders, neck, face, clinch your teeth, squeeze your eyelids/eyeballs, forehead…tighten..tighten…tighten…R..E..L..A..X……

    Watch an alternate technique here

  • Bridging.

    While lying on the back with feet close and hands under or over head. Inhale and rise the buttock’s and the back. Hold the breath and vigorously contract and relax the anal sphincter and tense the musculature of the pelvic floor for up to 25 times. Exhale while pushing your knees over toes lower the spine and buttock’s. Repeat for 3 times. This will help you lengthen your legs and stimulate the spinal nerves. It will also help prevent slackness of outer anal sphincter, from which many older people suffer.

  • Abdominal Vaccum (Uddiyana Bandha).

    Choose any of the following position – lying, sitting or standing and Slowly inhale as much air as possible, then start to exhale slowly and completely, allowing the back to round slightly. Now without inhaling pull the abdominal muscles strongly inward and slightly upward. This action of mock inhalation will cause a concave hollow to form under the ribs. Try to visualise your navel touching your backbone. One isometric contraction is around 20 seconds or as long as comfortable. Then, while inhaling, relax the muscles and allow the abdomen to expand to its normal relaxed position.

  • Chin Lock (Jalandhar Bandha).

    From a comfortable cross legged seated position Inhale and exhale slowly. While exhaling the next time rise the shoulders slightly and stretch the spine, back and neck. Hold the breath in external retention when the exhalation is complete. Invert the tongue backwards and insert it into the cavity above soft palate. Alternately, you can press the tongue against the hard palate. After applying the lock, maintain the posture while holing the exhalation for as long as comfortable. During the next inhalation bring the tongue down to resting position and allow the head to rise slowly. Relax the shoulder’s.

  • Drink Water.

    Drink 1-2 glass of plain water, Cold to stimulate your nervous system and Warm to loosen up your bowel.

  • Frontal cleansing (Kapalbhati Kriya).

    Sit upright with your legs crossed. Place the hands on the respective knees and straighten the elbows. The shoulders and rib cage will be slightly raised, which allows free movement of the abdominal wall and diaphragm. Breath in an out rapidly in quick succession without pausing between the inhalations and exhalations. The exhalations should be forceful (like in blowing your nose)but the inhalation should be automatic and effortless. KEEP THE MOUTH CLOSE. Go for about 60 strokes in 1 minute and repeat this for 3 sets. This is one of the finest exercise for the lungs. Stagnant, stale air is forcibly removed and fresh clean air is drawn in at much higher rate than normal. More over it cleanses the nasal passage and sinuses. This is an important practice for all nasal allergies.

  • Sukshma Vyayama – Subtle exercises of Yoga.

Yoga Warm Ups Series – 1

Yoga Warm Ups Series – 2
Yoga Warm Ups Series – 3
  • Shanmukhi Mudra (Six Doors)

    Sit with your legs crossed. Place your little fingers under lower lips, ring fingers above the upper lips, middle fingers over nose, index fingers to cover eyes, and thumbs covering your ears. Except nose close everything else, breath in through nose and produce loud humming sound until complete exhalation. Repeat for 3-5 times without releasing the fingers.

  • Savasana / Meditation / Quite Time

Before you start your day sit quite, Set the intentions for the day. What you want to do today, what you want to achieve today. and How are you going to do that. Set the intentions for the day.

3 Reasons To Do Pilates Mat/Reformer Classes at Abbysan


Do you suffer with pain in your neck or back usually after long sitting/driving? Or Are you a new mom and want to reclaim your healthiest body without dieting? Now You Can, with our signature classes and programme.

We first introduce pilates on Mat and Reformer in Phuket since 2007. We were the First to offer such services to public in Phuket. We have grown and introduced this methods even when locals in Phuket didn’t know what Pilates is and how it can compliment every other exercise you do.

” One hour of Pilates Mat or Reformer workout daily, is sufficient to maintain normal functions of the body. “

Told by many members, here are three most authentic reasons why you should attend Pilates Mat or Reformer classes at Abbysan.

Personal Attention

Group pilates classes on mat are limited to 8 participants and All reformer classes are limited to only 3 participants. This set up makes it effective for both the learners and the teachers to pay close attention to all the clients and assist them in getting the fast results.

Verity & Challange

We offer more than 15 Pilates classes on mat and reformer. Some focus on specific body parts like abdomen, back, arms, legs, thighs to make you lean, toned and get you in shape, while other focus on the movements of spine, fixing the core after child birth or active ageing and injury prevention for athletes. You will definitely find the class that will suite your need.

Professional Teachers

Joseph Pilates first develop this method to re-train and re-educate the movement pattern in injured soldier. Dr Abhishek and Denny are highly qualified, experienced and professional in human body and movement science. They are here to help you in your journey to desired aesthetic and pain free body.


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Why you should go to yoga


Yoga is a systematic process of bringing the Body, Mind and Consciousness to the reality so you may discover and outshine the true nature of yourself, in other words to move someone towards peace of mind and spiritual enlightenment.

As an ancient discipline through the centuries, Yoga has developed over many paths encompassing the physical, emotional and spiritual realms of its practitioners.

Mоѕt people аѕѕосіаtе уоgа wіth еxеrсіѕе аnd most уоgа сlаѕѕеѕ fосuѕ еntіrеlу оn рhуѕісаl movement. But уоgа іѕ іn mаnу wауѕ орроѕіtе оf еxеrсіѕе, аnd ѕоmе оf thе nоn-mоvеmеnt-оrіеntеd рrасtісеѕ оf уоgа саn have a рrоfоund еffесt оn thе рhуѕісаl body.

GOAL of physical practices of YOGA

The gоаl of the physical practices of yoga іѕ tо kеер the muѕсlеѕ rеlаxеd іn movements, so that muѕсlе fіbеr elongate. Thіѕ results іn іnсrеаѕеd flexibility and a ѕеnѕе of well-being. The уоgа practitioner engages the body in a stretch, extending and elongating into a pose as much as comfortable, not as much as possible.

Thе breath is crucial in this work because it both focuses and calms the mind, while the spine is integral for physical balance, self-awareness is developed through the practices of yoga, is integral for emotional balance.

  1. The Physical methods of yoga

    The Physical methods of yoga helps improve ones physical health. The sуѕtеmаtіс stretches strengthens the muscles throughout the bоdу. Inсrеаѕеѕ circulation tо internal organs and glands. And, Quіеtѕ the nervous system and іmрrоvеѕ concentration.

  2. Devotional Methods of Yoga

    The Devotional methods of yoga helps improve the mental and emotional state of beings and creates balance between action and thoughts.

  3. Educational Methods of Yoga

    The Educational methods of yoga helps in better thought processes.

The yoga practitioner engages the body in a stretch, extending and elongating into a pose as much as comfortable, not as much as possible.

Our approach to Yoga?

At Abbysan yoga & wellness centre our approach is both practical and scientific, incorporating direct experience, and observable results. We оffеr;

  • Orіgіnаl methods fоr уоgа enthusiasts.
  • Simplified methods for the starters.
  • Especially сlаѕѕеѕ fоr all ages, women health and pregnancy.
  • Therapeutic сlаѕѕеѕ for reliving pain and other health issues.

What Is Yoga?

  1. Yoga is a mind and body practice with historical origins in ancient Indian philosophy and Hindu discipline. Yoga is a systematic process of bringing the Body, Mind and Consciousness to the reality so you may discover and outshine the true nature of yourself, in other words to move someone towards peace of mind and spiritual enlightenment.

3 Methods Of Yoga

The Yoga involves various methods to attain divinity, along with physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual development of ones own personality.

  • The Physical methods of yoga involve various āsana (postures), prānāyāma (breath control), bandha (respiratory locks), mudrā & drishti (gestures and gaze), kriyā (internal purification techniques) etc.
  • The Devotional methods of yoga involves selfless duty and social services, listening, singing or chanting to devotional chants etc.
  • The Educational methods of yoga involves self study and reading Veda’s and similar scriptures.

3 Bodily Layers

Ancient yogis discovered that our body consists of three layers.

  • Sthūla Śarīra is the gross body made of flesh and bones veins, blood, muscle, skin, organs, etc.
  • Sūkshma Śarīra is the astral body or pranic body. It consists of mind, intellect, ego and consciousness.
  • Karaṇa Śarīra is the causal body. It is made of only Divine light.

Yoga is not a religion but a road of personal inquiry and exploration.

Why do we teach Yoga?

Just like yoga students, there are a variety of reasons why yoga teachers have selected this profession. When Dr. Abhishek founded Abbysan back in 2007, he did so with a vision to “help clients unite body and mind.” The original vision is now deeply embedded in our core mission to “create a comfortable studio atmosphere for clients to attain Yoga mastery away from the pressure of daily life.” And that same mission and vision remains in place today as we prepare to reopen in Phuket.

Yoga іѕ the ancient art and sacred system of spiritual and holistic healing. Working on all the three bodies, it enables every part of the human system to attune to its essence. In that way Yoga is a unique and powerful system of therapy and enlightenment.

The vast diversity of Yоgа practitioners readily attests that Yоgіс рhіlоѕорhу is one that ѕееkѕ unіvеrѕаl truth and, аѕ such, can be incorporated into аnу belief ѕуѕtеm. Learn more about; “What is YOGA?” from A Spiritual Guru;

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