YOGA FOR WEIGHT MANAGEMENT
The End of Deprivation.
You can’t lose weight from the mouth down – it is a head-to-toe experience which involves:
to empty the physical and mental rubbish bins
to reset, clean the tongue of old cravings
to make the body and mind aware of the habits we unconsciously follow
What if… we are not all meant to be skinny but comfortable within ourselves?
We create functional muscle
gain heart fitness in alternative ways to running
balance nutrition so it’s fun
detox your organs.
to increase focus & positive mental attitude (yoga, EFT-coaching)
We replace old habits with new choices (journaling and coaching)
We also take a focus on hormone balance ( Yoga and Nutrition)
Reduce stress and strengthen the nervous system Breathwork and Yoga)
Self-acceptance (EFT- Emotional freedom technique)
Optimise absorption by clearing de-cluttering mind, emotions and the body.
I believe in a sensible and holistic Detox for many reasons, and mainly to neutralise your pallet, so we can start tasting what we eat again.
The secret to weight loss is:Create an enjoyable path, to weight loss, by releasing or donating your weight instead.Be proud that you are on the path of change, do it for yourself,
focus on the benefits and feel and connect with your body, praise yourself notice small changes.
If you struggle to change – it will not align you with your vision of happiness when you get there in the end.
When you are there you will be in fear to lose it again.
Let’s built your happiness while building your new You.
Yoga for weight loss is all about upgrading.
Make new better choices do not deprive yourself of anything.
Can yoga really build muscle?
“People always ask me, ‘Don’t you lift weights?’” says yoga expert Rodney Yee. “I sort of giggle to myself and say,
‘Yes — I lift my own bodyweight!’” When you do yoga poses, Yee explains,
“You’re putting your body in positions and orientations that you ultimately have to support with your muscles.
So you are lifting weights.”
That is where personal training comes in and the countless variations to get you started wherever you are. We can start where you are most comfortable and yogify from there, by slowing down and paying a bit more attention to detail.
Book in a 121 session and see where you can start.
“Yoga can be just as effective as weights when it comes to building a stronger, more impressive physique,” says Nicholas DiNubile, M.D.
Weights are best for building bulk – Yoga is a more well-rounded approach
There are several reasons yoga is a more balanced way to do strength training:
A regular yoga practice can reduce your risk of injury and condition your body to perform better at things you have to do every day: walk, sit, twist, bend, lift groceries …. A form of functional yoga moves your body in the ways it was designed to move to help ensure that it keeps functioning properly. For example, in yoga, you use both large and small muscles and move in many directions (twisting, arcing, etc.), not just back and forth on a one-dimensional plane, as in the forward-back motion of a bicep.
Yoga tones muscles all over your body, in balance with each other. Weight training exercises typically isolate and flex one muscle or muscle group at a time.
Tools we can use:
all styles of Yoga – to detox, tone, connect Breathing – improve metabolic rate and Thyroids
Detox and prepare – optimise absorption
Nutrition traps – you are what you eat, weight is first shifted in the kitchen
EFT– psychological support tool that kicks food cravings, addictions and procrastination
Vibro-plate – and Bodyweight exercises – built muscle, support lymphatics
Now in Glasgow west end