Today we could say that Yoga is a complete system of self-development in physical, spiritual, mental and social level.
Yoga means returning to ourselves. You learn your limits, expand your horizons, you can relax by being yourself. You find the time to remember who you are, something you forget when you entice the maelstrom of daily intense life.
The human mind tends to wander in thoughts in the past or in the future, while the human body is only at the present moment. The hatha yoga, a type of yoga that emphasizes the intensive and continuous exercise encourages body awareness, the return to the body and restores the mind to the present and all that exists is the present reality. Whenever we return to the present, we waive any load we carry internally.
The continuous practice of yoga offers medium and long-term benefits to the body and mind, soul and spirit. It also gives an immediate feeling of wellbeing on many levels.
Some of the psychological-mental-emotional benefits that can be experienced with the frequent and regular yoga practice:
- Reduce anchoys
- Improve concentration and memory
- Fight Depression
- Improve mood
Some of the physical benefits that you might experience with frequent and regular yoga practice:
- More endurance and muscle strength
- Increased skeletal muscle flexibility and range of joint movement
- Improved posture and spine
- Better synchronization between different parts of the body.
- Improved heart function
- Strengthening the immune system
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