Yoga is for everyone and everyone can do yoga. Its not just about working out, it’s about a healthy lifestyle. The practice of yoga can change your physical and mental capacity quickly, while preparing the mind and body for long-term health. It is a non-judgmental practice that can be done anywhere. No matter your fitness level, fat percentage, or health history, yoga has a style for you. The combination of movement, deep breathing, and meditation practices help foster an inner shift. Consistent practice works to relieve stress and de-clutter the mind, helping you to become more focused.

The focus on strength training and flexibility is an incredible benefit to your body. Stretching and holding postures can improve your daily performance, increase blood flow and maintain proper posture. This also causes the muscles to lengthen, which gives the body a longer, leaner look. Hello #modelfit

pigeon pose - the benefits of yoga

Internally, yoga has the ability to heal and restore. When coupled with a healthy, organic diet, the stretching and twisting guide the digestive system back on track. Since flexibility and balance stems from your core building strength is a foundation within the practice. Using isometric exercises along with other postures that are designed to make the back and core stronger will increase the strength and health of your entire body.


Yoga increases endurance, strength, and flexibility. Mental endurance and physical stamina are tested through holding postures for extended breaths. Many of the postures use your own body weight for resistance, increasing arm and shoulder strength. The spine is better supported and the core is strengthened, over time correcting posture. The postures and sequences of yoga refine and tone the body in order to look amazing and feel even better. Whatever is ailing your body, or if you just want to take your fitness to a higher level, yoga’s ability to build muscle has an undeniable effect on the total body.



As our society becomes increasingly technological, our world becomes more intimately connected and influenced. The pace of change is on the rise and the stress on our body’s nervous system is increasing. Yoga allows us to tap into a technology that helps us to cope with this escalating change. The practice becomes a process offering insight into the stickiness and delusions of the mind, clearly seen when viewed from the heart. With patience, we refine and liberate our capacities as human beings. Yoga trains us to flow through change with resonance and harmony.


Pamela Thomas


Pamela is a creative based in Los Angeles with a passion for storytelling, philanthropy and wellness. As an actress she engages audiences through the characters she portrays, as a yoga teacher and holistic practitioner she works with her students to gain a deeper acceptance and understanding of self. Raising consciousness and promoting equality is at the heart of philanthropic work she does with a variety of non-profit organizations and non-governmental organizations including the United Nations.