Yoga is truly the ultimate physical activity for improved body, mind and spirit. Any devotee of this ancient exercise regime, regardless of their age or level of ability, will be only
Balanced Fitness At Your Own Pace:
If your health goal is to be as physically fit as possible, you cannot ignore mental and emotional balance and wellbeing. Consistent yoga practice teaches you to balance your body and your mind, strengthening the muscles of the body, the brain
Mind/Body Weight Loss:
When your yoga intention is weight loss, your practice can help in several ways. Yoga can focus your mind to synch with your weight loss goals and make you more conscious of your actions. At the same time, yoga will tone your muscles, making you appear slimmer, even as the actual weight is released. Toned muscles burn calories more efficiently, completing your weight loss trifecta!
Yoga for Immunity:
Whenever your mind/body connection is experiencing disharmony, it results in feelings of stress and a loss of balance in your life. Yoga practice necessitates the mind and body working together as a cohesive entity, strengthening your immune system’s ability to fight disease and injury. Consistent yoga practice may result in you suddenly noticing you bounce back faster from colds and flu and/or heal faster from strains or wounds.
Mental Clarity and Renewed Energy:
The meditative aspect of yoga is incalculable in its ability to clear your mind of the debris it has collected throughout the day, allowing for fresh insight on key issues that need productive attention and resolution. When the mind has been “cleansed” in this way, feelings of inertia and helplessness are also released and a renewed source of energy floods the body, mind
Yoga and Improved Relationships:
When your mind and body are in a balanced relationship, it follows that ALL of your relationships will now have the potential for improvement, be they family, friends or
Yoga can be your choice of physical activity, a practice you refer to in other parts of your life, or, ultimately a lifestyle unto itself. The level at which you participate in yoga is always up to you, yet always accessible and able to meet you wherever you may be on life’s journey.