Power Yoga classes in Charlotte are all the rage! But some people are not sure what to expect, so today we’re answering the most common questions we’re being asked.
Yoga is the practice of accessing and integrating all aspects of our true nature -body, mind, and spirit – in the pursuit of inner harmony.
Martial Arts Kung Fu provides a number of physical, mental, and social attributes that both children and parents alike can benefit from. Whether your child is too bossy, too shy, or perhaps just a little hyper, the martial arts can help your child learn many important life lessons.
To reach the full potential as a student of martial arts in Charlotte, you must begin by training your mind. One way to accomplish this mission is through meditation to enhance your awareness, calm and focus. And these are all very important factors in martial arts.
Our children live in a hurry-up world of busy parents, pressures at school, never-ending lessons, video games, malls and competitive sports. And while we typically don’t think of these influences as stressful for our kids, often they are. The bustling pace of our children’s lives can have a profound effect on their essential joy, and […]
A lot of people who practice meditation need to ground themselves in their bodies. Yoga practitioners are often preoccupied with their bodies, with the physical and fitness aspect. Sometimes when they get home after their Yoga class, they can easily feel uptight and irritated, again losing their inner balance. Meditation helps get to the core, […]
Do you love yoga so much that you’ve considered becoming an instructor? Do you want to strengthen your practice on a physical, intellectual and emotional level? Have you been considering applying for teacher training at the The Yoga Institute at The Peaceful Dragon Charlotte for some time now, but just feel that you’re “not ready […]
While tai chi is actually an ancient Chinese martial art, one of its main objectives is to improve the health of its participants, both physically and mentally. Unlike other martial arts, with tai chi the slow, meditative movements are accessible to everyone.
By Master Eric Sbarge Years ago I heard a psychology report that said that the average person has roughly 60,000 thoughts per day, and all but a few of those thoughts are the same thoughts as the day before. So if that report was right, it seems we think a lot but we aren’t particularly […]
By Master Eric Sbarge The martial arts didn’t originate in antiquity as competitive sports but rather as practical means of defense, both for individuals and communities. Over the last two to three thousand years they’ve evolved to include spiritual practices for self-cultivation, and competitive sport for personal development and community pride. Today there is ample […]