Friday, December 9, 2016


Practicing Yoga Helps Keep You Well Balanced: Mind, Body & Soul

Practicing Yoga Helps Keep You Well Balanced: Mind, Body & Soul


If you are having to cope with stress and need to find a way of relieving the symptoms you experience on a regular basis, you might like to consider taking up yoga. This ancient art is a very safe and it’s an effective method of relieving stress and anxiety. Because yoga is low impact and unique to the individual with no competition involved, it allows people to concentrate on what is best for them. This is why yoga is a great way to deal with stress and anxiety as well as many other modern-day health issues.

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Yoga is very safe as well as being an effective way to relieve stress

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The Health Benefits Yoga Offers You

Apart from enjoying a real overall “feel good” factor, people who practice yoga suddenly find their inner sense of balance. They also experience enhanced mind and body awareness. But on top of this there are other health benefits which include just having the chance to stop things from going so fast and instead to take a little time out to contemplate things. Other health benefits include the following:

  • Relieving stress and anxiety
  • Helping when you feel low and under the weather
  • Yoga helps you when your health is being challenged
  • Yoga helps you to unite your body and mind in a positive way

People Who Enjoy Sports Can Benefit from Yoga

People who enjoy sports know the value yoga brings into their lives because it not only helps them keep their muscles toned but it also enhances their focus which is an important factor in any sporting activity. It allows people to concentrate on their game and enjoy it that much more. 

Practicing the ancient art of yoga can help with repetitive strain injuries

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Are You Overweight or Suffering from a Health Condition?

If you are carrying too much weight, the idea of strenuous exercise might make you feel a little worried. The same can be said of anyone who suffers from high blood pressure or who has some sort of heart condition where intense exercise might be a real no-no. This is when practicing the ancient art of yoga can really come into its own with a variety of gentle yet extremely effective practices  and movements  perfect for someone who is new to this ancient art. It allows people who suffer from any sort of health issue to take valuable and regular exercise without putting themselves under any strenuous physical pressure. In short, practicing yoga takes the stress out of staying healthy and fit.

Yoga Combined with Meditation Relaxes Mind, Body & Soul

The actual slow and gentle movements you make in yoga are called asanas, and when these are combined with meditation it results in a feeling of relaxation and of well-being with the physiological benefits being tremendous too. People who do yoga have increased suppleness and are stronger because they have effectively worked and stretched their muscles as well as their ligaments. When it comes to improving posture, it really does not get any better either.

Conclusion

Practicing the ancient art of yoga has many benefits which include improving your looks and when it comes to weight control yoga can really help you stay focussed. Your muscles become more toned, firmer and it improves your overall health no end. Both mentally and physically, you are stronger and more capable of dealing with what life has to throw at you. This is because you are more focussed and in control. There’s a lot more to yoga than just the “feel good” factor because this ancient art helps you respect yourself whilst appreciating others.

If this article has inspired you, consider booking Yoga classes in and around Wimbledon through the Samsara Mind and Body wellness studio.

 

Image credits: GO INTERACTIVE WELLNESS and Kensington Osteopathy Adelaide

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