Yoga – Living in Balance

Yoga is the art of unifying your body, mind and spirit. It may be a long journey but the steps are small.

Life is a tough journey. A lot is being asked of you. It is important to be the very best version of yourself and make the best possible decisions. To that end, mental peace and a proper perspective on life help endlessly.

Through Yoga, you can attain health and mental stability in a stress free and gradual manner. It is meant to ease the damage and repair the disconnect, that our hectic life causes, between our mind and body. The physical asanas help in rejuvenating nerves, blood flow and muscles with targeted contraction and relaxation. The controlled breathing helps in getting oxygen to every last cell in the body as well as eliminating a lot of the toxins we take in daily.

More importantly, the mental focus strengthens the all important mind-muscle connection. The meditation helps your concentration and your focus. It strengthens your brain’s ability to let what does not matter, fade away. It teaches you to control your mind and use your most powerful asset to the best of its ability.

Regular and complete Yoga practice also offers a non invasive way to alter your brain chemistry and hormone secretion, which control everything from moods and emotions to proper sleep and even performance and enjoyment during sex.

If followed properly, then the Yogic diet will leave your body detoxified and full of easily digested nutrients. If Nidra Yoga is followed as well, then you get healthy and restful sleep every night.

All the benefits of Yoga cannot be listed in this post. We encourage you to start your practice and see for yourself. Our site will aid you in your journey as you discover more about this wonderful way of life. Here is what your first 30 days of Yoga should look like.

Contrary to what many believe, Yoga is not an obsolete practice best left to the ancients. In our current world, it is probably more necessary than it has ever been.

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