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About DRISHTI Yoga & Wellness

Drishti is a Sanskrit word meaning “sight”.

 

As a Virtual Yoga Studio, we are committed to fostering physical, mental and spiritual growth through a transformative yoga practice, meditation, workshops and retreats

We carry our yoga experience deep within us

And goes beyond the four walls of a studio

  

DRISHTI Yoga & Wellness gives you the in-studio experience in the comfort of your home by offering quality hatha, vinyasa flow, gentle yoga and yin.

 

DRISHTI Yoga & Wellness provides various classes to all levels of experience.

 

 

DRISHTI Yoga & Wellness is co-owned by Jasna Res and Liz Clay.

Introduction to Yoga: A Beginners Guide

Welcome to our studio! We invite you to explore the website and learn about us. Feel free to call us and see which classes might work best for you.

 

We are focusing on the fundamental Hatha Yoga postures and breath awareness. Be prepared to do Sun Salutations, standing, balancing, seated and twisting poses. The classes are focused on improving flexibility, building strength and grace. By the end of class you will have worked every major muscle group. You will feel rejuvenated and calm. 

Guidelines for Practice

To ensure you have a pleasant, rewarding experience in the comfort of your home, here are a few tips:

 

  • Sign up for the classes that are suited to your level. You will soon have your favourites.
     

  • Find a quiet space away from the business of your household. This does not have to be a large space - just enough that you are able to roll out your mat.
     

  • Have props such as blocks, a strap, a blanket and a pillow handy to support your body so that it can unfold gently and perhaps deeper into your poses.
     

  • Yoga is best practiced on a light or empty stomach. Wait about two or three hours in between your meals and your practice.
     

  • Wear comfortable, clothing. Avoid tight body-hugging clothing that may restrict your movement.
     

  • Be gentle on your body and avoid postures that you are not ready for to avoid injury.
     

  • Be consistent with your practice.  By making yoga a regular part of your self-care routine will help you stay healthy, calm and happier.

Benefits of Yoga

In Sanskrit, yoga means “union.” Through physical poses, breathing techniques and meditation, individuals practicing yoga work towards realizing a full union of their body, mind and soul.

Yoga is well know to relieve stress, increase flexibility, develop muscle strength, improve circulation, and sharpens concentration. Through a process of physical postures, breathing exercises, and meditation, you will find your body and mind letting go of stress and negativity. Feelings of peace and harmony will arise within you.

A regular yoga practice increases our sense of wellbeing, concentration and calm. Through practice and consistency, you can move away from negative physical or mental conditions, and healing can be achieved.

Accept and be gentle with yourself. Yoga is open to everyone at all levels. Do what you can do, without judgment.