Coronavirus – Conception: Successful online yoga classes

The coronavirus pandemic is forcing millions of people around the world to live confined to their homes. As a result, online platforms designed to break the isolation are increasing.
In Israel, Professor Nicki Forman brings together his students around the world to practice yoga from his small screens.

“I think with what is happening now, this is the biggest opportunity for a change of consciousness. We can no longer play on old patterns, we can not use old strategies to avoid what is happening. And it’s actually an opportunity that we have no choice but to embrace and you can focus your attention on your fear or you can focus your attention on what’s in you and you will find that inside you are all layers that freedom, love and the ability to overcome and it is within reach of everyone ”.

For Tikva Ozeri Cohen, an Israeli woman who fights cancer, leaving home has become even more problematic for fear of coronavirus infection.

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We can no longer play on old patterns, we can not use old strategies to avoid what is happening.

“I think I’m considered one of the fragile people who doesn’t have to go out and meet people and be very, very careful. So I have to stay at home and the spirit presses me on TV, to talk on the phone and this practice with focus point (yoga) makes me breathe, makes me breathe and become more connected to myself and keeps me in good health; otherwise I can get really depressed, stay on WhatsApp and Facebook and it really saves my life ”.

With the rise of containment, online yoga courses should become popular in the West …

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