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Made out of cork for a better yoga experience. With bio-rubber backings perfect for professional yogis and the beginner ones who are taking thing seriously.
Namaste mats are super durable and high quality, I love 'em.
I love namaste mats and block, they are a great add-on to the practice.
Namaste classes are one of my favourite ways to relax my body and mind.
We are a Yoga Studio based in Sidney, Australia. Our goal is to promote a healthy lifestyle through practice of yoga and mindfulness. Classes are held in our studio space and online. Everyone is welcome to join our little community.
Yes, it does. Red light therapy is a science based on facts. When researcher's & scientists talk about Photobiomodulation (red light therapy), they don't ask the question, "does this work?" They answered that decades ago. Yes, it works.
The red and infrared red light penetrates through the skin into the body, the light energy is converted to cellular energy, stimulating the body's natural processes to heal and regenerate.
It is an ongoing improvement that can be seen anywhere between 24 hrs and two months, depending on the condition, its severity, and the number of regular sessions.
We recommend three or more sessions per week. The more regular your sessions, the sooner you will experience more benefits. Sessions are 15 minutes under the red light, with 30mins allocated to each client. While the more frequent the sessions, the better the results. Increasing the length of individual sessions has not been shown to improve outcomes.
This treatment is entirely safe and has no permanent side effects. The Red-light therapy generates little or no heat and emits no UV. For some, their skin can become slightly red after treatments because of increased blood flow and not because of burning.
Half of the lights are Near Infrared (NIR) light at 850nm, which is not visible to the human eye. Half of the lights are red lights that are visible to the human eye.