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"Heal Thyself, Be Healthy and Keep Growing..."
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Joshua W. Utomo, Developer of Waluyo Yogalatea

Waluyo Yogalatea™

-Waluyo: Old Javanese: heal, healing, to be better. It's also the name of its developer.
-Yoga: Sanskrit: link (think of a 'yoke').
-PiLates: from Pilates exercise system created by Joseph Pilates.
-Tea: Royal Tea Ceremony. A steaming cup of medicine.



A distinct and unique combination of physical and mental exercise (i.e. Yoga and Pilate) with the gentle and kindred touch of relaxation therapy followed by the royal style Tea Ceremony in the very elegant and gourmet-taste touch.

Why you must enroll and try this unique, practical, and powerful mind-body exercise namely Waluyo Yogalatea™
for yourself? 

Here is why...

    • You will enjoy immensely Waluyo Yogalatea™ It will give you great deal of benefits for your health and well-being.

    • You will receive real benefits. Yes, it isn't only one but GREAT TRIPLE BENEFITS at the very same time when you take our Waluyo Yogalatea™ classes.

    • You'll become much healthier, stronger, and awaken once you do this mind-body exercise.

    • You will leave the exercise site feel relax, much calmer, rejuvenated and peaceful.

    • Yes, you must experience these Triple Benefits for yourself today!


Please come and join us to enjoy this unique, practical, powerful and wonderful mind-body training as a special gift for yourself...because you deserve it!



Classes are on-going, you may start at any time.
You must pre-register for all multi-classes.


Register Today!
(Please call us today, classes are filled quickly)

Phone: 617-899-9939
or e-mail us:
info@healandgrow.com
 

 
 
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Please contact us today to enroll and enjoy the Waluyo Yogalatea for your health!

Phone: 617-899-9939
E-mail:
info@healandgrowcenter.com

 
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Guidelines for Waluyo Yogalatea Practice

 

 

It is much better to practice Waluyo Yogalatea for a short time each day than to do a longer session once or twice a week. The following are some general guidelines for practicing Waluyo Yogalatea:

  • Do not eat before a Waluyo Yogalatea session. Wait at least 4-5 hours after a heavy meal or 2-3 hours after a snack.
  • Wear light, loose comfortable clothes that do not restrict your movements. Keep your feet bare. If you wear hard contact lenses, remove them before you start the session. You should also remove jewelry and watches.

  • Practice in a warm, airy room out of direct sunlight, on a non-slip floor or, ideally, a yoga mat. 

  • Always practice with full concentration and awareness. Do the poses slowly and smoothly, paying attention to accuracy and alignment. Make sure you do not strain or force the body further than it naturally goes. Over time and with regular practice, you will become more flexible.

  • Do not hold your breath. As a general rule, you breathe in on an upward movement, in which the chest and abdomen are expanded, and breathe out on a downward of forward movement, when the chest and abdomen may be compressed. If no indications are given in the instructions for the pose, breathe normally.

  • Maintain each pose for as long as possible without causing yourself physical or mental strain. Most people can hold the poses for only a short period at first.

  • Where a modification of a pose is given, practice the easier on before attempting the more difficult one for the first time. it is usually best to practice the easy version over a few sessions before progressing onto the next. You may need to stay with the easier version of a pose for a long time, depending on your flexibility.

  • Adapt your practice to take account of how you are feeling. For instance, if you are tired and lethargic after a long day at work, incorporate more restful forward bends.

Always end your session, however short, with five to ten minutes relaxation in savasana (corpse pose).

 
 

Physical and Emotional Benefits of Waluyo Yogalatea 

 

  • Increases Stamina
  • Re-energizes the body
  • Helps relaxation
  • Relieves insomnia
  • Reduces stress and anxiety
  • Reduces blood pressure, slowing the heart rate
  • Lowers breathing rate
  • Increases personal space
  • Clears the mind
  • Reduces emotional confusion and turmoil
  • Restores balance the mind
  • Assists in breaking bad habits
  • Recharges the batteries



    Tips & Hints

     

  • Try to schedule a regular time, two or three hours after eating for your Waluyo Yogalatea practice.

  • Pay attention to your body and never (ever) forces yourself to try poses that are uncomfortable or cause pain. If any of them do, stop immediately.

  • Waluyo Yogalatea is non-competitive and requires regular, disciplined practice. Thus please take your time. Neglect not warming-up exercises and enjoy the process.

  • Check with your physician before embarking on any exercise program, especially if you have any medical conditions, pregnant, or convalescing or recovering from an injury.

  • Always start and finish each session with a period of relaxation.

  • Always do at least five minutes, preferably ten, of warm-up exercises before you start.

  • Twists or stretches to one side should always be countered with the same movement to the other side. Forward bends should always be countered with backward bends.

  • Finish the session before fatigue sets in. You should feel refreshed both mentally and physically at the end of the session.

  • Don't set schedules or targets for "achieving" particular positions.

  • Use a folded rug as extra cushioning for inverted poses and, if necessary, for kneeling postures. There is no merit in having pain.

Don't spend your time evaluating humor, asking yourself, "Is it really funny?" or "Do others think it's funny?" Just react and enjoy it. (David Niven, Ph.D.)

 

 

Recognizing Stress

 

 

The symptoms of stress generally manifest in behavioral, emotional, and physical ways. If you regularly experience more than five of the following, you need to take action.

 

I. Behavioral:

  • Excessive drinking or smoking
  • Poor appetite or overeating
  • Avoiding others and inability to enjoy company

 

II. Emotional:

  • Irritability, anger, and readiness to explode for no apparent reason
  • Difficulties in decision-making, concentration, or memory
  • Feelings of being overwhelmed and unable to cope: depression, tearfulness, no sense of humor.

 

III. Physical:

  • Constant tiredness
  • Insomnia
  • Clumsiness
  • Muscular aches and pains including backache and headaches
  • Skin problems
  • High blood pressure
  • Palpitations and panic attacks
  • Breating problems including asthma, shallow breathing, and hyperventilation
  • Indigestion, heartburn, ulcers, nervous diarrhea, or constipation 

 
 

 

 
 

Rate

 
Classes
Fee
 
Drop-In Classes Waluyo Yogalatea Introduction
Special - Buy 1st class get second class FREE.
Only $15
 
Single Class
Only $15
 
W-Yolatea 5-Class Cards
Best Buy $70 (only)!

 
Classes
Fee
 
W-Yolatea 10-Class Cards
Best Deal $130 only!
 
Private session per-hour
$65
     

We will update the information frequently, so be sure to check back soon.
Thank you and have a healthy day!

Professional Affiliations and Memberships:
 
National Guild of Hypnotists (www.ngh.net)
American Holistic Health Association (www.ahha.org)
Association of Ethical and Professional Hypnotherapists (MAEPH)
American Alliance of Hypnotists (www.americanallianceofhypnotists.com)
EFT Trainers/Therapists Directory created by Mr. Gary Craig (www.emofree.com)
5-PATH & 7th Path Advance Hypnotherapists Directory-The Banyan Hypnosis Center
(
http://hypnosis-directory.com/hypnotherapist-directory/joshua-utomo.htm)
International Association of Healthcare Practitioners (www.iahp.com)
Professional Board of Hypnotherapy (www.hypnosiscanada.com)
 
 
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