Pralaya Yoga is a physically challenging form of yoga developed by Robert Boustany from Houston. Pralaya Yoga is unique because it incorporates new insights into the human body and anatomy. This has resulted in a form of yoga based on a logical system that makes it accessible for everyone and applicable in everyday life. Pralaya Yoga focuses on strengthening weak muscles and loosening up the connective tissues. Practising Pralaya Yoga with other sports can help to improve performance and to prevent or heal injuries.
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During the Pralaya Yoga lessons you will do exercises consisting of traditional and non-traditional postures. These will develop your strength and flexibility, and bring your body into balance. The emphasis is on strengthening weak muscles, so that you align and balance your joints (including the spinal column). Straightening and balancing the spinal column will help you to develop a good posture. It also promotes organ health, because the bodily organs receive impulses from the nerves in the spinal column. Apart from learning the postures, you will learn more about how the body works and how you can apply certain principles in your daily life.
Jane has completed the 200 hour Teacher Training given by Robert Boustany and Dorinda Farver in 2018 and now she is following the 500 hour Teacher Training at the same Robert. But that's not all, in her own time she takes many yoga courses, and retreats to make sure she learns more about yoga every day. The Pralaya yoga-lessons of Jane give you some challenging poses that can be adapted to every skill level. The main focus is the reformation of connective tissue, strengthening of weaker muscle groups and lining out your joints.