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Yoga for the New Year

As the new year rings in, you’re probably wondering what changes you want to make this year. Maybe you want to get back in shape, or live a healthier lifestyle, or just be more peaceful. Good news! Yoga can help with all of that! The Yoga Connection is here to help you accomplish your New Years Resolutions.

Yoga provides many benefits to the body and the mind. Losing weight and becoming more flexible are only a couple of the amazing improvements you get by making yoga part of your lifestyle. Strengthening your mind is a huge part of yoga too.

Working out your mind can help you to stay more peaceful and calm in stressful situations at work, or just in daily life. Through the practice of yoga, you focus on slowing down in life and focusing on your breath and a clear, peaceful mindset. Allowing yourself to slow down can also help you to enjoy the little moments in life that often get overshadowed by our busy lives.

Make a commitment this year to start practicing yoga with family members or friends, and enjoy the time spent with them while improving your lifestyle together. Yoga can be a great bonding activity and a healthy way to spend quality time with someone who you don’t get to see as often as you’d like.

Starting your morning or ending your day with some yoga can set the mind in a positive frame of mind. So make 2015 the year you come check out our Smithfield yoga studio. We have classes for all levels of yogis, meditation, and wellness programs to help you begin the journey towards a healthier and more peaceful lifestyle.

Call The Yoga Connection at 919-971-1431 or fill out our online contact form for more information on yoga classes in Smithfield. Be sure to check out our new yoga studio in Goldsboro.

Though introduced to yoga over 30 years ago, Martha has been teaching yoga since 2001. She received her 200 hour yoga training in 2003 and is now an E-RYT 500. Additional education: M.S. in Health Psychology, Integrative Health Coach and Mindful Awareness Meditation instructor (Duke Integrative Medicine), and over 800 hours of Yoga Therapy training. She has a school for 200 hour and beginning in the winter of 2014, a 300 hour advanced yoga certification which will award a cumulative 500 hour teacher training in compliance with Yoga Alliance. Martha's envisions yoga as a form of health, healing and well being for all people. Her students range from health professionals to yoga practitioners seeking a deeper understanding of the benefits of yoga. See all of our yoga classes.

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