Brainwash wants to “wash” your brains. We want to make a new you, a better you, without pre-judgment and full of love. Learning to understand and accept that we are all different, each one of us, even those of us who have a traumatic brain injury. I want to offer donation based yoga classes in hospitals, schools, parks, and everywhere where a mat and a group of people can practice yoga. I want to integrate people who have
traumatic brain injuries or other disabilities with people who do not. With family members, friends, and/or random people who wants to come and join.

Body: The asanas are part of the physical portion of yoga. Asana practice is considered
important by yogis because it helps to keep the physical body healthy. Given that the
body is the vehicle for the spirit, looking after the physical body is important for spiritual
development. These asanas are physical movements, who aid in the rehabilitation process and it can be an extension or an addition of the physical therapy time for patients with disabilities.
Social: Yoga makes people calmer and even happier; yoga converts all negative thoughts into positive ones, which is something we all need! We learn to understand each other more and the practice also remind us that we only can control our actions. Yoga is an all-encompassing exercise that improves the connection between mind and body. Yoga uses a series of stretches and breathing exercises to strengthen and improve mobility, with the powerful benefit of building self-confidence and self-control.
Mind: The word comes from the Sanskrit root yuj, 
which means to join or to yoke. It is the union of the mind with the physical practice or asanas.
The practice of yoga makes the body strong and flexible, it also improves the functioning of the respiratory, circulatory, digestive, and hormonal systems. Yoga brings about emotional stability and clarity of mind.The mind is essential in the functioning of the body.

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