There are so many recorded benefits that a yoga practice seems to bring into a yogi’s life. Starting with physical and mental well-being, feelings of strength, higher self-esteem, confidence, and greater resilience, on and off the mat are just a few to start with.
The art of Yoga is not falsely glorified. There are numerous studies supported by science linking the practice of yoga with associated lifestyle changes. Have you heard of the saying, 21 days to break a habit?
If you are new to yoga, give yourself the gift of a 30 day daily practice. The sure benefit of one of the most ancient methods of transformation will truly change your life for the better.
Expect nothing but the best!
- The overall strength and resilience your body holds? Expect to feel stronger, more flexible, physically and mentally in situations that call for adaptability and change.
- Productive days and calmer nights. The energy boost that yoga brings into your life will have you experiencing fuller, more meaningful days and relaxing nights.
- Watch unhealthy eating habits fade away. Healthier eating habits go hand in hand, as yoga promotes self- love and respect for one’s body, meaning that the wellbeing of your body will be a priority.
- New and Improved breathing patterns. One of the major things that yoga teaches you, is to bring your breath into focus. Conscious breathing has you breathing differently, and when you breathe differently, you move differently!
- Yoga improves balance! Most asanas in the practice involve holding a posture for a required number of breaths/seconds. Giving you a balanced mind, body, and soul, leading you to strike the ultimate balance in your life.
- Yoga is great for coping with mental health issues stemming from anxiety, stress, depression and body-mind imbalance. When addressed with yoga, you begin to show a change towards more positive habits and an uplifted mood and state of mind.
- Are you in a confused state of mind? Popular reports point to anecdotes linking new perspectives and self-discovery to a practice of yoga and meditation.
- Yoga also detoxes and purifies your mind and body. Specific asanas focus on re-vitalizing different parts of the body and are widely used in physical therapy, after major surgeries. Doctors suggest a yoga practice to keep in tune with your body.
- Yoga has also proved to be effective while battling with addiction. The disciple of the practice pours over to apply to other aspects of the yogi’s life.
- Improves heart health and helps mitigate and manage diabetes, breathing disorders and lung ailments.
- Yogis on an overall report, have a better quality of life and higher satisfaction. As it enhances spiritual well being, the practice of yoga seems to be popularly used as therapeutic tool.