Our focus at Sol Full Yoga is to find openness in your mind, your spirit and body through the Practice of Yoga. To allow you to transform or evolve. We don’t change you into someone different then when you came through the door, we try to find the Best you, the one that is already there, waiting to be awakened.
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Sol full Yoga's 200 hour program is a Yoga Alliance approved 200 hr RYT teacher training. Delve deeper into the study of all that is yoga. In this 8 Month course(meeting one weekend per month) we will cover Anatomy & Physiology, the history of Yoga(including the Bhagavad Gita & the yoga sutras) Teaching methodology, Meditation & pranayama, Posture alignment, Sequencing, Life coaching, and you will be learn how to lead your own class and find your own voice while practice teaching.
Even when you are a seasoned yogi, always keep a beginner's mind. It may look just like stretching and bending, but you'll find it's so much more. Many years down the road, you may still find yourself discover something new about each pose and your body. ”
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Feeling sad? Sit in Lotus. Better yet, rise up into a backbend or soar royally into King Dancer Pose. While it's not as simple as that, one study found that a consistent yoga practice improved depression and led to a significant increase in serotonin levels and a decrease in the levels of monoamine oxidase (an enzyme that breaks down neurotransmitters) and cortisol.
Improved flexibility is one of the first and most obvious benefits of yoga. During your first class, you probably won't be able to touch your toes, never mind do a backbend. But if you stick with it, you'll notice a gradual loosening, and eventually, seemingly impossible poses will become possible. You'll also probably notice that aches and pains start to disappear.
When you regularly get your heart rate into the aerobic range, you lower your risk of heart attack and can relieve depression. While not all yoga is aerobic, if you do it vigorously or take flow or Ashtanga classes, it can boost your heart rate into the aerobic range. But even yoga exercises that don't get your heart rate up that high can improve cardiovascular conditioning.