Many of us have adapted an on the go lifestyle that constantly keeps us plugged in and in a state that can be described as hyper-charged. The effects of putting our bodies through that type of constant stress are going to show eventually, manifesting in the form of anxiety, depression, fatigue, and even chronic illness. It’s important for your health to take time to step away from the fast lane and recharge.
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Let’s be completely honest for a minute. You’re excited about your upcoming wedding day and spending the rest of your days with the love of your life, but the weeks and days leading up to the wedding can be stressful (to say the least) for both you and your wedding party. While you’ve been making all the plans for your big day, yoga probably hasn’t been high on your list – but it should be.
There are plenty of great benefits of yoga for you and your wedding party. This could be why yoga has become the trendy new theme for bridal showers and pre-big day get togethers for the wedding party. Instead of doing the usual bridal shower gig, why not try something new that will calm all those pre-wedding nerves at the same time. Here are just a few of the reasons why your wedding party needs a little yoga escape.
Time to Bond
The people you ask to be in your wedding are those who are nearest and dearest to your heart. No matter how close you are, wedding day stress can put some temporary strain on those relationships and leave everyone a little frazzled. A wedding party yoga event can calm everyone’s nerves, ease stress, and allow you some much needed pure, blissful bonding time with your favorite people before the big day.
Live In the Moment
Those days before the wedding are all about looking forward to the future. When so much of your energy is focused on the future, it can be hard to calm yourself down enough to enjoy the special moments taking place with your bridal party.
Yoga encourages you to stop, slow down, and focus on the present. You have a lifetime ahead of you, but this moment will only happen once and it’s happening before your eyes. Getting together for yoga with your bridal party can help you all live in, and appreciate, this moment in time.
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Every person that has ever walked into a beginner yoga class for the first time has experienced the same thing. Rather than focusing on their body and their own movements, they spend time glancing around the room, hoping to see that the position they’ve found themselves in is at least somewhat close to what other people are doing. With so much distraction, it can be hard to really focus in on what you’re doing and reap the many benefits that yoga has to offer.
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Stress is an unavoidable part of life. While there are times that a low level of stress can be good for you, most of us would rather live with a little less of it in our lives. Stress can come from many sources, and it isn’t always possible to completely remove some of them. What you can do is learn how to better cope with stress so that it doesn’t carry over into the other parts of your life – including your health.
Each person needs to find their own way to de-stress, so that the negative effects don’t begin to intrude upon their daily life. Massage is a great way to relax, unwind, and allow the stress to roll right off your shoulders. Here are just a few of the ways that a professional massage can kick stress to the curb and leave you feeling like an entirely new person.
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You’ve been looking at that Barre class on the schedule of your favorite yoga studio for months now but have yet to take the plunge and sign up. Barre fitness isn’t exactly new, but it has more recently begun showing up as a regularly offered class in many studios. This has a lot of people, including you, becoming more curious about what Barre fitness is, along with the benefits it offers.
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Long work days lead to increased stress, not to mention extensive time spent staring at a screen. To combat these workplace pitfalls, more businesses are encouraging yoga for employees. YogaCoreFit, offering yoga classes, rental space, and much more, looks at a few key benefits. Continue reading
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20 years ago, the idea of a yoga-themed bachelorette party would have never crossed the mind of most brides-to-be. But today, yoga’s popularity is such that the rental space at YogaCoreFit receives regular visits from brides seeking a healthier, more rewarding alternative to the traditional “night on the town”.
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You’ve made a commitment to yourself and you’re ready to embark on great new exercise routine. The drive and ambition are there, which is a great starting point, but you’ve been looking at classes and you’re not sure which one is right for you. It’s a classic conundrum.
Yoga and ballet bar exercise are both popular choices that can be easily adapted for beginners. If you’re tossing a coin over barre or yoga, here’s a bit about the differences and benefits of each. Continue reading
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If you’re new to yoga, you no doubt have plenty of questions, and even though you’re excited, you might even be a little intimidated. When you first start yoga there are a lot of unknowns, but it won’t be that way forever. It won’t be long before yoga feels natural and you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it.
In your early days of yoga, you can expect there to be a bit of a learning curve. However, much of this can be eased by simply learning a few things about yoga before you begin. What are the most important things for someone just starting their yoga journey to know? Here are four top tips. Continue reading
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The image of a ballet dancer is one that embodies grace. While we might envy the fluid gracefulness of ballet, the dancers themselves are also incredibly strong. Of course, some of this has something to do with their non-stop dedication to the art but the movements used in ballet also play a huge role in building a lean but muscular physique.
The fitness industry has taken notice of this and as a result there has been a surge in the popularity of barre Pilates – a form of exercise that incorporates a dance bar, ballet inspired moves and pilates.
Barre Pilates provides an intense workout that’s suitable for all fitness levels, regardless of their experience in pilates or barre exercises. It’s also easily adaptable to accommodate various levels of strength and flexibility. If you’re ready to raise the barre on your fitness routine, here’s why you’ll want to try barre pilates for yourself.
Strength During Rehabilitation
If you’ve suffered an injury, illness or are in any way limited in your physical capabilities, barre pilates is perfect for helping you build the strength and flexibility that’s necessary to recovery physically. It’s easy to adapt the exercises to accommodate areas of weakness and slowly build up strength.
Barre Pilates is well suited for individuals with back or neck issues, as well as women who are pregnant or postpartum – just make sure that you consult your physician first and let the instructor know about your condition so that they can recommend appropriate accommodations.
Whole Body Strength Building
Pilates and yoga are great ways to build strength and flexibility but unless you vary your routine, it can be easy to focus strength building on only one or two areas of the body. Barre Pilates incorporates many of the same moves as traditional pilates but includes the entire body in the process.
With barre pilates, you’ll also use your own weight for resistance throughout the entire session. This helps to build strength within the core, arms, legs, glutes and back.
Core of Steel
While barre pilates builds strength throughout your body, one of the areas you’ll first notice the change in definition is your core. During ballet barre exercises, the core muscles are constantly engaged. If you’re looking for that elusive 6 pack, barre is the way to go.
Plus, having a strong core makes you stand taller, supports back health and contributes to a nice boost in self-confidence. Who wouldn’t want all those things in their life?
Supercharge Your Workout
While barre pilates is appropriate for all fitness levels, one of the biggest benefits of barre is that you can take your fitness to the next level and really start seeing results. Supercharging your workout is all about identifying your comfort zone and pushing past it. Barre Pilates is intense and strenuous enough to push you past your limits.
Sign Up for Barre Pilates Today
If you’re ready to maximize the effect of your workout, we’re here to help you achieve your goals with ballet barre exercises. To learn more, contact Yogacorefit and sign up for a class today. We can’t wait to see your results.
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