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Welcome to Semperlee Yoga’s Blog.

We thank you for following and supporting the mission to provide resiliency’s skills through yoga and holistic’s alternatives to those who wants to learn or simply need some love and light during times of struggle.

 

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•  Always seek medical advice before making adjustments to your diet or physical fitness routine. 

•  Semperleeyoga.org does not encourage withdrawal or self-release from any medical treatment; neither intended to diagnose, mitigate, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

•  This website contains yoga, meditation, and holistic practices recommendations with no intention to replace necessary medical attention from a qualified health provider.

•   Not every exercise is recommended for every person or condition, and caution should be used in engaging with any physical practice that is unfamiliar.

•  If you are new to yoga, the postures within this website although recommended by a certified yoga instructor, are best learned from a live class facilitated by a certified instructor as well.

Last but not least;

•  Always make careful assessments of the areas you will place your yoga mat (when embracing your practice), breathing is priority, and among all safety.

 

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How to hear during silence.

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How to be mentally strong.

In order to be mentally strong people, we need to recognize our tendency to develop certain patterns of self-sabotage thinking and behavior due to a belief” programming” we absorb from those around us during past experiences. If this mental state stimulates unwanted anxiety and hurt (depending on the circumstances) we need to start doing something … Continue reading How to be mentally strong.

How to improve your “Emotional Intelligence.”

Emotional intelligence is our capability to recognize our own emotions and those of others. This encourages the development of discernment between different feelings so we can label them appropriately. If we become able to structure our emotional information it will guide our thinking and behavior, towards easier transition into different type of environments facilitating us … Continue reading How to improve your “Emotional Intelligence.”

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