What makes Liforme best yoga mat in the market? Does it really worth RM750?

Liforme Yoga Mat.  What makes Liforme best yoga mat in the market? Does it really worth RM750? Liforme creates innovative yoga equipment designed to make your yoga practice better. Whether you practice Hatha, Ashtanga or Vinyasa Flow, Jivamukti or Iyengar (or any other styles of Yoga), our Liforme Yoga Mats will help make each breath and each asana count.   You must have experienced very often that as you've practiced halfway and had to take a quick pause just to wipe your sweat off the yoga mat. Our yoga flow gets impacted ineffectively in many ways. And even then.... sometimes we just cannot resist taking another pause to just check if both hands and feet are well aligned on the yoga mat.  Good news, Yogis! Liforme Yoga Mats will be able to address these significant issues that we have been struggling with all these years!   AlignForMe Helps With Your Asana PracticeThese very proprietary alignment lines on the yoga mats are there for a reason to provide guidance where you lay both hands and feet. It now simply works as a navigation tool for your daily yoga asana practice.   Wider & LongerLiforme yoga mats are few inches wider and longer than most of the regular yoga mats in the market. The little bit of extra free allows you to roam free on your yoga mat without worrying about not having enough for your practice. And it does make a significant difference.   Prevent you from slipping, even in the sweatiest conditions. One of the most important functions of a Yoga mat is to provide grip. Slipping around can make your practice ineffective, or even dangerous. Liforme has scoured the planet for the best possible materials for producing Liforme Yoga Mat. Many has now experienced that Liforme has the gippiest yoga mat material available on earth. And it stays grippy, even when sweaty wet. Feeling is believing. Experience Liforme's GripForMe.   Why Do We Love It?From the beginning to end of your practice, the yoga mat complements really well with your practice. It helps you to focus on other important aspects of your practice: breathing, engaging your core, and so on.... We love these features. We love more the fact that Liforme yoga mats are amazingly "Made by yogis, for yogis”. Feeling is believing. Explore the collection now on: https://goyoga.com.my/collections/liforme-yoga-mats  

Dharma Bums for sale at goYOGA Outlet!

We’re happy to share that Dharma Bums is now a new addition to our yoga apparel! All Dharma Bums clothing is designed, printed and made in Australia – from the studio to the street

A guide to yoga

All you need to know to get started with yoga, including the health benefits, yoga styles for beginners, and finding a yoga class. What is yoga? Yoga is an ancient form of exercise that focuses on strength, flexibility and breathing to boost physical and mental wellbeing. The main components of yoga are postures (a series of movements designed to increase strength and flexibility) and breathing. The practice originated in India about 5,000 years ago, and has been adapted in other countries in a variety of ways. Yoga is now commonplace in leisure centres, health clubs, schools, hospitals and surgeries. What are the health benefits of yoga? Dozens of scientific trials of varying quality have been published on yoga. While there's scope for more rigorous studies on its health benefits, most studies suggest yoga is a safe and effective way to increase physical activity, especially strength, flexibility and balance. There's some evidence that regular yoga practice is beneficial for people with high blood pressure, heart disease, aches and pains – including lower back pain – depression and stress. Can yoga help prevent falls? Yes. Yoga improves balance by strengthening your lower body, in particular your ankles and knees, thereby reducing your chances of falling. However, falls may sometimes be caused by a health condition, in which case it's a good idea to see your GP or visit a falls clinic at a local hospital. Can yoga help with arthritis? Yoga is popular with people with arthritis for its gentle way of promoting flexibility and strength. Some research suggests yoga can reduce pain and mobility problems in people with knee osteoarthritis. However, some yoga moves aren't suitable for people with the condition. Find a teacher who understands arthritis and can adapt movements for individual needs, especially if you have replacement joints. Check with a doctor or physiotherapist to find out if there are any movements to avoid. Am I too old for yoga? Definitely not. People often start yoga in their 70s, and many say they wish they had started sooner. There are yoga classes for every age group. Yoga is a form of exercise that can be enjoyed from childhood to your advanced years. Do I have to be fit to do yoga? No, you can join a class that's suitable for your fitness level. For example, to join a mixed ability yoga class, you need to be able to get up and down from the floor. Some yoga classes are chair-based. Don't I need to be flexible to do yoga? Not necessarily. Yoga will improve your flexibility and help you go beyond your normal range of movement, which may make performing your daily activities easier. Can I injure myself doing yoga? Yoga-related injuries are uncommon. Some injuries can be caused by repetitive strain or overstretching. But yoga is the same as any other exercise discipline. It is perfectly safe if taught properly by people who understand it and have experience. Learning from a qualified yoga teacher and choosing a class appropriate for your level will ensure you remain injury-free. What style of yoga should I do? There are many different styles of yoga, such as Ashtanga, Iyengar and Sivananda. Some styles are more vigorous than others. Some may have a different area of emphasis, such as posture or breathing. Many yoga teachers develop their own practice by studying more than one style. No style is necessarily better or more authentic than any other. The key is to choose a class appropriate for your fitness level. What type of class should I look out for? Classes can vary in duration, but typically last between 45 minutes to 1 hour and 30 minutes. A longer class will give you more time for learning breathing and relaxation techniques, and will give the teacher time to work with your individual ability. It's worth speaking to a teacher about their approach before you sign up for a class. Where can I find a yoga class? No specific qualifications are required to teach yoga in the Malaysia. However, it is generally accepted that teachers need to be insured and have a teaching certificate and accreditation from a yoga association. The main Malaysia yoga associations are: British Wheel of Yoga (BWY), Malaysian Association of Yoga Instructors Yoga Alliance These associations all list teachers and classes near you on their websites. You can also search for a local class or teacher using the following websites: Healthworks - Find your yoga centre Yoga Finder Hire a Private Yoga Instructor at Kaodim Can I use a book or a yoga DVD instead of going to a class? It's better to start with a class to learn the poses and breathing techniques correctly. With a DVD, there will be nobody to correct your mistakes, which may lead to injury over time. With some experience of being in a class, a DVD can then be helpful for keeping up practice.   If you have any questions about this article, kindly please drop us a note at enquiry@goyoga.com.my
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Dharma Yoga Wheel coming your way in Malaysia!

Dharma Yoga Wheel has now arrived and for sale in goYOGA Outlet Malaysia. The Dharma Yoga Wheel helps newbies and veterans back bend safely and fearlessly like never before! Yoga has helped people with pain management and vitality for centuries, but even a daily practice can only go so far. That’s where the Dharma Yoga Wheel comes in handy. This Hand Crafted Back Roller wheel helps to open the entire back, shoulders, aligns the spine, relaxes muscles, expands the chest, stretches the hip flexors, and quadriceps. It is also known to help relieve back pain and injuries. We will be launching these awesome Dharma Yoga Wheels in October 2015 and please stay tuned for this!  Enquiry? Kindly please drop us a note at enquiry@goyoga.com.my. We will respond you within one (1) business working day!  For more product info, kindly visit here for more product info!  

Pop Up Community with David Kim

THE POWER OF STILLNESS YIN YANG YOGA: With every action, there is an equal and opposite action, and yoga helps us to navigate this constantly shifting balance between heating and cooling, effort and surrender, movement and stillness. This class incorporates the breath awareness and heat-building movement of Vinyasa, or Yang-style yoga, with the slower, passive holds of Yin Yoga. By encouraging this transformative, balancing flow of Yin and Yang, the body becomes stronger, the emotional waves become steadier, and we move closer to the profound harmony and equanimity that we seek in our yoga practice. EVERYONE IS INVITED OPEN TO ALL LEVELSDate : 22 - 23 August 2015Time: 9.30 am - 12PMMYR 20VENUE : THE BLANK SPACE OSCILLATION YOGATRANSPORTATION PROVIDED: Every Participant would be given a free private driver ride during your participation in Yin Yang Yoga “The Power Of Stillness With Oscillation Yoga & David Kim “> more info at: www.oscillationyoga.com/own-it > Facebook Link for more details!

Find your Manduka Yoga Mat with goYOGA Outlet !

Looking for your first-ever Manduka yoga mat? But haven't got a clue which yoga mat to go for? goYOGA Outlet Malaysia is here to help you find your Manduka soul mat.  
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Manduka FLASH SALES Malaysia

In conjunction with International Yoga Day, we are happy to share that goYOGA Outlet will be having our annual FLASH SALES across Manduka yoga mats! When? It's between 15 - 21 June 2015 Discount?Manduka PRO Mats - RM40 OFFManduka PROlite Mats - RM30 OFFManduka eKO SuperLite Travel Mats - RM15 OFF Use the following discount code during checkout to watch your savings BLOOM!goYOGA40goYOGA30goYOGA15
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#WhatMatters - Traci Dinwiddie

Manduka's inspired video - shared by Traci Dinwiddie. "Yoga is like spiritual sit ups."    

Murfest Festival 2015

  The Malaysia Urban Retreat Festival (“MURFEST”) is an event held annually in the beloved homegrown soil of Malaysia, celebrating the best of wellness, yoga, world music and dance. November 2014 witnessed the maiden festival at the Pullman Putrajaya Lakeside and Marina Putrajaya and carried on for 3 days, boasting an array of talks and workshops, a Wellness and Healing Vendor Village with over 60 vendors showcasing health conscious products and goods. The grounds of the festival then turned into a celebration of music and dance as night beckons, highlighting the Urbanite concert – a spectacular line-up of world music for 2 nights with musical guests both local and international coming together for the love of community and celebration. This year, MURFEST is back from 4th to 6th of September at the Hotel Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar. Bringing the outdoors into the indoors, this strategically located venue will be simply A-M-A-Z-I-N-G for any Festival goer curious to see the turn-over of a Business Hotel into a colourful and inspiring festival ground.     EVENT FAQS / Get Your Q's Answered > How can I get more information about the event? Sign up to receive updates, special announcement and stay in the loop with the MURFEST community. We have a lot more updates coming your way so keep an eye on that inbox of yours. No spam -- we promise! :-) > Where is Murfest 2015 being held? The venue for 2015 is the Hotel Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar. The venue is an ideal location for both urbanites and those from out of town and is approximately 15 mins from KL’s city centre and 10 minutes from Petaling Jaya. It’s the perfect spot for a weekend getaway and will be home to our festival grounds this year. You’re in for a TREAT! > Will meals be provided? Meals are not provided in the cost of the ticket; however there will be a Vendor Village with food stalls on festival site and a variety of vendors offering yummy and healthy snacks, samples and even desserts! Be sure you bring your appetite! The Vendor Village is free to the public and is open daily Friday - Sunday from 10:00AM - 6:00PM