Yoga and Spanish come together

Learning a new language can be an immensely rewarding brain strain. Like the practice of yoga, it requires attentiveness, patience, flexibility and the ability to accept where you are at any given moment. Often times, people arrive to a class with rigid expectations and find themselves taken aback when things don’t come as quickly as they had hoped.

Both studies can take a lifetime to master. Breathe. Embrace the process of acquiring a new skill, whether it’s learning to conjugate a verb or master a handstand. Understand that as new information is introduced into the brain, it takes a bit of time to process. Take a deep breath and let it flow freely. As Pattabi Jois, founder of Ashtanga yoga famously quoted, “Practice, and all is coming”.

Buena suerte y Namaste from Nosara Spanish Institute

You can learn more about our Spanish and Yoga Program here: Nosara Spanish Institute – Yoga and Spanish

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