In our school we teach combinations of Hatha yoga suitable for anxiety disorder which is: generalized disorder, panic disorder, obssesive-compulzive disorder, agoraphobia, social anxiety, specific phobias, post-traumatic stress disorder. And depression, all daily stress. We learn also variations of asanas through movement, expression of emotions and feelings through the medium of dance dynamics of complex dynamic body movement-every breath leads the movement. At the group meeting we talk about anxiety disorders and depression. This practise works beneficial to all age population helps to maintain balance, works beneficial to the joints, bones and muscles, teaches us how to mentally prepare for a normal life aging process of the body, it is perfect for attention, concentration, and emotional well-being. Join a yoga practice also if you are in old years and keep the body and mind in good shape. You will feel great. The practice is modified for any potential health problem.
Hatha yoga is a dynamic practice with an emphasis on the physical asanas in combination with breathing and peaceful techniques, meditation and mantras. This program is suitable for all ages and is also intended to alleviate and eliminate problems associated with anxiety disorders, depression and everyday stress. Modern medicine has only recently come to understand this millennia-old form of Indian wisdom which claims that most anomalies of our well-being, as well as a number of illnesses, are psychosomatic in origin. The ancient yoga masters already knew this. According to the teachings of yoga, the body is a mirror of one’s mood and spiritual state. Physical asanas and breathing techniques have a positive impact on physical condition and mood – this is where yoga begins. As we go through life, we encounter ever greater external pressures and numerous stress factors. Every event that leaves us feeling threatened can lead to fear and anxiety. When anxiety occurs, the body secretes adrenaline, which is why we experience increased heart rate, difficulty breathing, sweating, tenseness in our muscles, severe exhaustion, headaches, nausea, vertigo, feelings of instability and disbelief, etc. This is the body’s way of responding to the thoughts weighing on the individual and to his or her emotions. Learn all philosopy of yoga, anatomy of asanas, meditation, pranayamas, mantras, mudras and learn how to be in balance.