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Even individuals who have just started practicing the various yoga poses can reap the benefits of yoga as the various yoga asanas or postures depending on their intensity levels are extremely useful in strengthening ones lower back, legs, hands, feet, spine, shoulders and so on. In fact advanced yoga asanas which require the individual to concentrate on their breathing technique and even mediate are also known to help one to relax and thereby be able to concentrate on the various parts of their body and their demands thereby taking them onto a path of self discovery and self realization. Yoga poses involve varying degrees of breathing and stretching exercises which tend to
help one develop flexible and supple muscles, joints and tendons and also allows one to stay limber and supple. The lighter yoga asanas postures are known to help people lower their blood pressure levels as yoga tends to promote an even and constant flow of blood in the body of the individual if practiced regularly. Yoga poses if taken up and practiced regularly are also known to positively impact the cardiovascular health of the individual as they lower the cholesterol levels in the individual along with the heart rate. Depending on the type of yoga that one is practicing; an individual may expect to burn almost 200 calories per hour thereby promoting weight loss in an optimal and healthy manner.

Benefits of Yoga in Everyday Life
  • Yoga can help cure insomnia, as regular yoga practice leads to better and deeper sleep.

  • Yoga can help fight fatigue and maintain your energy throughout the day.

  • Yoga is an effective treatment for a variety of autoimmune diseases because it can reduce the symptoms these diseases often cause, such as stiffness, malaise, fatigue, and weakness.

Regular yoga practice will create multiple and noticeable benefits to your health. Try some yoga postures today! And as your instructor will no doubt tell you at the end of your practice

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The term meditation refers to a variety of techniques or practices intended to focus or control attention. Most of them are rooted in Eastern religious or spiritual traditions. These techniques have been used by many different cultures throughout the world for thousands of years.

Today, many people use meditation outside of its traditional religious or cultural settings as a form of mind-body medicine. Many claims
have been made about its value in promoting or improving health and wellness. Research on these claims, as well as on how meditation might work, is important.

Benefits of Meditation
  • Happiness. Meditation can help us to cultivate a real abiding happiness. Meditation allows us to be in tune with our inner self. When we live in the heart we can experience a sense of oneness with others, this brings a happiness that does not depend upon outer events.

  • Health Benefits. There have been numerous studies showing a link between meditation and improved physical health. Meditation is a practical solution to relieve stress. When we relieve stress we help to reduce our blood pressure and heart related diseases.
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