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Yoga, the secret to “a healthy mind in a healthy body”. Yoga helps to promote a balanced development of the mind, body, and soul.
On a physical level yoga gives us relief from countless ailments. Different types of postures strengthen our body and create a feeling of well-being. It’s an evolution in the development of self-discipline and self-awareness. Anyone, irrespective of age or health circumstances of life can practice yoga. It triggers your body‘s natural adaptive and rejuvenating powers. Through yoga, we learn not only how to stretch, but also how to relax and how to breathe etc. Yoga instills the qualities of genuinely, wholesomeness and compassion within us.
Here are some benefits of Yoga to make you fall in love with it:
Improves immune system
Perfect body posture
A number of bends and asanas help you keep the perfect body posture. Yoga teaches you how to control your body. With regular practice, your body will automatically assume the right stance. You will look both confident and healthy. Poor posture can cause neck, shoulder and spinal pains.
Yoga is an excellent calorie burner. While a number of calories burned is based on one’s fitness level, height and weight, it helps maintain your ideal weight with lean muscles. Those who regularly follow yoga for their fitness can actually feel the difference in body transformation.
Improves core strength
Different yoga poses are designed to stretch and strengthen the core, back and abdominal muscles making it flexible, strong and healthy
Sometimes, we just need a channel to relieve stress to simply overcome the insecurities we have inside. Yoga can actually be an excellent therapeutic stress reliever. This is because you get to channel your inner negative emotions via fiercely energetic yet safe physical activity.
Helps to reduce anxiety
Yoga helps overcome anxiety. A combination of stretches and controlled breathing help reduce anxiety.
Yoga can help you bring positive changes in your life. In fact, that might be its greatest strength. So, as long as you are breathing, it's never too soon or never too late to start.