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5 bons raisons de pratiquer le Yoga Nidra

Cours à BYP tous les lundis soir
à 19.45 avec Elena

une extrait d'un article dans Esprit Yoga ou
voir aussi Blog de Florayoga
https://florayoga.fr/

1/ Améliorer le sommeil 

Le yoga Nidra amène celui qui le pratique dans un état de relaxation profond, ce qui permet ensuite de se détendre plus facilement au moment du coucher. Pour les personnes ayant des troubles pour s’endormir le soir, la solution est sûrement cette forme de méditation.
2/ Prendre soin de sa santé 

Le manque de sommeil peut mener à des symptômes tels que la dépression, la prise/perte de poids ainsi que certaines maladies chroniques. Rien de bon n’arrive suite à un mauvais sommeil ! Oubliez l’adage « je dormirais quand je serais mort » ! Votre corps a besoin de recharger ses batteries pour se préparer à une nouvelle journée ! Dès lors que vous manquez de sommeil, votre système immunitaire se trouve affaiblit. Lorsqu’on sait qu’une séance de trente minutes de Yoga Nidra équivaut à un cycle de sommeil de deux heures, on n'hésite plus!

3/ Meilleure gestion du stress et des émotions 

Les exercices de méditation - et plus particulièrement ceux qui dirigent l’esprit vers la conscience du corps et la conscience du souffle - permettent de se connecter à soi-même. En amenant l’attention sur ces points là, on laisse de côté les petits tracas du quotidien.

4/ Lâcher prise 

Lorsque nous sommes éveillé, nous cherchons constamment à nous positionner dans un état de contrôle. Nous prenons des décisions, nous faisons parfois des efforts. Dès qu’un événement incontrôlable survient, l’impatience et, parfois, la colère s’installent. Au cours de la séance de yoga Nidra, nous ne cherchons plus à contrôler ce qu’il se passe : nous nous laissons guider par la voix du professeur. Nous sommes entrainés dans un demi-sommeil, en paix avec nous même. Pour quelques instants, nous ne cherchons plus à tout contrôler: nous nous laissons aller, nous lâchons prise.

5/ Se Régénérer 

Pratiqué en milieu de journée (ou fin d’après-midi), le yoga Nidra permet de se régénérer physiquement et mentalement. On évite ainsi le coup de pompe de fin d'après-midi. En meilleure forme pour les activités de la journée, nous voila plus serein et plus reposé  

Personnellement, j’ai remarqué que je travaillais beaucoup mieux après une séance de yoga Nidra !


Pilates-Dance-Music
with Julia

This class works with all the principles of Pilates with the added challenge of coordination, rhythm and more planes of movement. We will also work standing up, adding more leg-work as well as arm-work. It will include also include a mat section which will work more dynamically than an essential mat class. Come and move to the rhythm of the music!
Meet our new teacher
Aicha Lahmadi

Yoga, Stretching,
Barre au sol



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Flow Yoga with Alexandra




Feldenkrais
Is it something for me?

10 reasons to practise Feldenkrais method
Two classes per week at BYP
Thursday at 9.30h
Monday 19.30 in 2020

1) Body and Mind: you are One

Feldenkrais Method is a somatic approach that develops and increases self awareness through movement and perception. That’s why it involves both Body and Mind, your whole self, in the path of learning.

2) Attention and Curiosity: the fire of learning

Every lesson is different from the others. There are no repetitions or programs to follow. You are guided to explore the movement from your internal perspective, and your brain is always stimulated to discover something new, keeping your attention and curiosity widely open.

3) Less is more

During an Awareness Through Movement (ATM) lesson you learn how to reduce useless efforts for the movement, releasing unnecessary muscular tensions in your body and discovering how to become more and more efficient in your self-organization.

4) Go slowly, take a rest, respect yourself.

Life often demands us to be fast and to respect certain timelines. But we forget that our brain needs time and rest to learn. During a Feldenkrais lesson, you will be asked to slow down in order to be able to perceive more clearly how you are doing what you do, and then to rest very often, to give to your nervous system the time that it needs to elaborate the information. By doing so, you will get in touch with your personal needs and rhythms, respecting yourself with no hurry.

5) Present and Flexible mind

Being present and aware is the best way to be resilient, because it makes you able to cope with any kind of different situation. Thanks to Feldenkrais method, you enrich your ability to perceive, sense, feel, think. You turn off your autopilot to be ​here and now,​ developing your creativity, sensitivity, empathy, flexibility.

6) Joy and pleasure of moving and learning

We are taught to sacrifice and work hard to achieve what we want. But then we lose the beauty of discovering and doing things just for pleasure. With Feldenkrais, you look for the comfortability and pleasure of what you are doing, with no need to show or achieve anything but your own wellbeing.

7) Reduce the pain

In the lesson, you are always invited to respect your feelings, avoiding pain or discomfort. If you are already suffering from pain due to dysfunctional posture, injuries or a particular disease, you will learn how to “use better yourself” in order to reduce or eliminate pain.

8) Brain-gym

Even if you move, a Feldenkrais lesson is not a classical gymnastic.

Movement is used as a tool to discover more about yourself and the only thing that you are actually exercising is your brain. Through movement, explorations, visualisation and imagery, you create new neural connections, stimulating your nervous system to learn and improve. (That’s why Feldenkrais is really useful for people who suffer from diseases that affect nervous system i.e. fibromyalgia, Parkinson, etc).

9) Be responsible for your own wellbeing

A teacher can guide you in the learning path, but only you know what is the best for yourself.

10) Freedom

Moshé Feldenkrais used to say: ​“If you know what you do, you can do what you want”​ .

 

 By paying attention to the quality of what you do, you will discover different ways of doing it, enriching your empowerment and freedom.



GYROTONIC®
REFORMER
 at BYP


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REFORMER & GYROTONIC®

private classes with our teachers

private classes on Reformer or GYROTONIC® machines to better understand your body and its limitations, to tonify and strengthen, to recover from injuries or chronic pains

Reformer:
Price per session: 60€ (possibility to have a discount card)
Gyrotonic: for price trial class contact Ana Lombardi tel: 0475477230

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Partner  Yoga
Sunday 8 December 2019
Saturday 11 January 2020
Saturday 8 February 2020


We will lead you into different
postures in a secure, playful and
relaxed space, using each other’s strength and flexibility to deepen your practice and connect with your own and your partner’s breath, boundaries and needs.
No prior knowledge of yoga is required.
You’re welcome with or without partner.
The class will be given in English/ French.

From 14h30 to 17h00 at BYP
Price: 30€ per workshop;
25€ per workshop if you subscribe for more than 1 workshop and for students/ job seekers
Where: BYP, Rue Fossé aux loups 38, 1000 Bruxelles

Information and subscription :
Joëlle - 0478 68 90 32 body.and.soul@outlook.com 
or on our website BYP