What better way to enjoy a self-care Sunday than by baring it all … literally.
Originally known as Nagna Yoga in Sanskrit, naked yoga was a practice traditionally born in India. Popularised in the United States in the 1990s, the freeing practice is designed to challenge yourself and step out of your comfort zone. This more mindful and connected form of yoga helps to cultivate an inner awareness and embrace a higher consciousness.
Yoga in itself is about connecting with your body, and the only real difference here is the clothes part. All other physical components remain the same. Move your body in the same way, explore the same poses, but free yourself from the restraints and compressions of your yoga leggings and bra. Be in complete harmony with yourself.
The practice of naked yoga has both physical and psychological benefits which allow you to connect with your body further encouraging body positivity and acceptance. This transformative experience allows for a deeper respect for your physique, your shape, your vessel. Once you free yourself of any toxic emotions or inhibitions you may be holding on to, naked yoga is a way to connect deeper to nature and be at peace with one-self. This is the truest form of finding harmony and balance between mind, body and soul.
An already go-to yogi favourite, the HigherDOSE Infrared PEMF Mat is purposely designed to raise your vibrations and recharge your body as you practice yoga. The PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field) sends electromagnetic waves through your body at different frequencies to help promote your body’s own recovery process. Delivered in small bursts at a low frequency, mimicking the same kind of electromagnetic waves you’d find in nature, grounding you in Earth’s magnetic field for a full body rest.
As an extra to total body relaxation, these mats are built with a think layer of 100% natural purple amethyst crystals and tourmaline providing an even deeper therapeutic DOSE of infrared.
For more information on HigherDOSE or the Infrared PEMF Mat, please contact Emee Culpeper at firstname.lastname@example.org