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It’s about discovering one’s true nature through yoga and then sharing this infinite life force with the rest of the world. Telford Yoga therapies, honour all Hatha Yoga styles and levels of practitioners, realising that each individual has their own road to walk and each instructor has a unique gift to share.

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The studios in Telford aim to bring people together, alleviate pain, and thereby free the soul during this lifetime. Liberation is a place where people can grow powerful, balanced bodies and nurture innovative, peaceful minds. The physical beauty of Liberation Yoga’s room embodies both the internal and external aspects of yoga practise.

In Shropshire, what is often referred to as “yoga” is actually Hatha Yoga, one of the many types of yoga.

Telford Yoga Studios have various approaches available.

The various yoga paths emphasis various approaches and strategies, but all contribute to the same end of unity and enlightenment.

Hatha Yoga aims to bring the mind, body, and spirit together through the use of asanas (yoga postures), pranayama (yoga breathing), mudra (body gestures), and shatkarma (self-discipline) (internal cleansing).

The aim of these physical exercises is to cleanse the body and cultivate prana (life-force energy).

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Many of these esoteric techniques are not emphasised in modern Hatha Yoga, which also focuses on the physical yoga postures.

The yoga poses themselves are a wonderful type of mental and physical exercise, regardless of what your goals or objectives are for starting.

Yoga in the Shropshire area may help with treating:


What does the word Yoga mean?

Yoga is fundamentally a spiritual practise founded on a highly subtle science that focuses on bringing the mind and body into harmony. It is both an art and science of living a healthy lifestyle. Yoga derives from the Sanskrit root ‘Yuj’, which means ‘to connect’, ‘to yoke’, or ‘to unite’.

What are benefits of Yoga?

Core muscles are strengthened and toned.

Improves flexibility by increasing muscle definition throughout the body.

It strengthens the joints and helps with bone health.

Helps the circulatory and respiratory systems work properly.

Increases lung capacity and strength

Massages and stimulates the circulation of oxygenated blood to the interior organs.

The parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous systems are balanced.

Improves the quality and duration of sleep

Aids in the maintenance and improvement of mental and emotional health

Reduces the stress hormone cortisol, which aids in the relief of stress and anxiety symptoms.

Aids in the development of resistance against the impacts of stress and anxiety.

Increases cognitive function, memory, and focus.

Boosts overall body awareness

Increases the neurotransmitter dopamine, which improves mood and makes you feel better.

Improves your connection with yourself, which aids in the improvement of your relationships with others.

How many yoga studios are there in the UK?

There are approximately 10,000 yoga teachers in the United Kingdom, and their average hourly wage is £27.54.
Each week in the United Kingdom, between 20,000 and 30,000 yoga lessons are conducted. This implies that yoga teachers attend between two and three courses each week. Yoga classes typically have a maximum of 15 participants.

What is a Traditional Yoga Studio called?

Shala is a Sanskrit word that translates as ‘home’. A yoga shala is a place where yoga is practised and shared. In Asia, you do not enter a home without taking off your shoes, you do not enter a home without respecting the owner/holder of the place, and you do not exit in the same manner.

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