The Ultimate Inspiring Experience

The Ultimate Inspiring Experience

Life is truly full of unexpected twists, that is the beauty. Who would have ever imagined when I visited Stonehenge in July 2013 that I would have been there again in June 2018 with the same lovely person nearby me but with completely different circumstances?


I still remember the first impression I had when my boyfriend and I went to visit this magical place in 2013. Those massive stones were there, aligned perfectly, imposing on to us. I could feel the importance of such majestic architecture but didn’t get the whole mystical meaning about it. If you have ever been to Stonehenge you know that for security reasons, visitors are not allowed nearby the stones and there is a path around the the Stone Circle to follow. Do not get me wrong, you can still vividly experience the sublime space and energy around there but nothing compared to my ULTIMATE INSPIRING EXPERIENCE in Stonehenge.

Part two: Yogic response through nervous system and neurotransmitters

Part two: Yogic response through nervous system and neurotransmitters

In the previous post we highlighted the physical changes that happen inside the brain while practising yoga, meditation or pranayama (breathing exercises). However, it is well known that the positive power and serenity that we feel after a yoga class, do not stay only in the brain. What we experience is rather a mixture of colourful vibes that irradiates in the whole body, making us calm, relaxed and energised at the same time.

Yoga and science: relation and correlation between yoga practice and physical wellness

Yoga and science: relation and correlation between yoga practice and physical wellness

It is well known that yoga (and meditation) considers the individual as a psycho-physical element, treating and healing the whole person as a singular and complete unit. When we practice yoga, we create multiple level benefits that impact our multidimensional system. If you have ever taken part in a yoga class, you would definitely know what I am trying to describe in words.