This practice helps many people work through chronic pain and debilitating injuries, but perhaps most importantly, it is a practice for peace – a way to tap into the deeply healing nature of the mind. Avita Yoga helps students discover a lasting sense of lasting peace. A spiritual practice can mean a lot of different things but for this practice, it’s anything that brings us closer to a peaceful state of mind.
For every physical effect, there is often a subconscious mental cause. In many ways, the body is a reflection of the mind. Avita Yoga is a practice that uses the body as a gateway to access the healing nature of the mind. If we neglect the mind and work only on the body, we may treat the effect but never really get to the cause. Avita Yoga students learn to continually navigate the body looking for doorways to the mind where lasting healing occurs. As unfavorable patterns are gently challenged, it is important to give the mind time to notice and understand, otherwise the body and mind will tend toward their habitual patterns and override the potential for positive change. This is why Avita Yoga classes are taught with a meditative pace that brings the nervous system and the mind along for the ride.
“Physical health and mobility are byproducts of the deeper benefits of the practice, which is what makes Avita Yoga the practice of a lifetime for a lifetime. You will develop safe, supportive ways to move toward health and happiness as you discover more about your Self, your ability to heal and how to maintain the freedom you create.”
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