Better Vision is attainable when you can be relaxed in your eyes, body and mind.
Better vision combined with yoga complements basic beliefs of both yoga and natural vision improvement:
- My journey through an eye disease, including multiple surgeries, was made easier through my personal practice of Kundalini Yoga and my teaching yoga classes in and around Boston, MA.
- As a Yoga Teacher and Better Vision Trainer, I believe: relaxation, flexibility, circulation, awareness and balance are qualities shared by both yoga and natural vision improvement. The more relaxed, open and aware we can be during our yoga practice, then consciously adding natural vision improvement techniques into our yoga practice, retraining our eyes for better vision can occur when we attain and maintain a relaxed state of vision.
- Vision can be viewed as a mind set, as we see with our minds and not just our eyes. So, the more we can foster our awareness for how, when and why we see, we become empowered to change old vision habits while integrating new ones through yoga.
- Stress and strain of the primary factors for reduced vision. Stress and strain make muscles of the chest, shoulders, neck, and had tight and tense. This results in less blood flow, nutrition, and energy (or Qi) to flow through our body to nourish our eyes and brain. Increased awareness and incorporating new, Conchas visual habits into your daily life will yield great results in improving your vision.
- Vision can be viewed as a mind set, as we see with our minds and not just our eyes. So, the more we can foster our awareness for how, when and why we see, we become empowered to change old vision habits while integrating new ones through yoga. A Yoga practice opens up energy pathways, relaxes muscles, expands breathing and lung capacity, and brings more awareness to our every day. I find yogis most often have better vision than people who do not have a regular exercise program. Call me today to explore ways for you to improve your own personal vision.
A basic concept of better vision stems from the theory of Dr. William H. Bates (1860-1931) that mental stress and eye strain are two of the key components to decreased vision as Dr. Bates noticed when he prescribed patients glasses that they returned in a year needing stronger lenses. He felt habitual strain of the eyes was the real cause of vision deterioration and thus developed The Bates Method for vision Improvement.
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