THE PHYSICAL AND MENTAL BENEFITS
Yoga practice provides many physical and mental benefits. Improvements in circulation, flexibility, respiration and energy are just a few examples.
Because Yoga can be modified to an individual’s needs and abilities, it is perfect for people of all ages, shapes and fitness levels. We believe a well-rounded class can accommodate both a sixteen-year-old and a sixty-year-old, with different options depending on flexibility, strength, size and experience. A regular practice leads to long-lasting results and can help you avoid some of the common problems with ageing.
Here are some more benefits you can gain by incorporating some Yoga into your life.
Yoga can have a big effect on your mental health and wellbeing. It can really alter your brain chemicals and the way your brain processes neurotransmitters.
STAY FLEXIBLE AND STRONG
Yoga can help you stay flexible and strong without putting too much pressure on your joints. It uses a mind-body approach that can help you feel at ease whilst getting the most out of what you’ve got A daily practice can help you feel relaxed, strong and in shape.
With postures that combine balance and stability, you are less likely to have falls and sprains and you also gain strength to recover quickly if you do sustain an injury.
BOOST YOUR MOOD
If you aren’t feeling yourself and need a boost try doing some Yoga… you’ll be pleasantly surprised by how getting a stretch will help turn that frown upside down!
IMPROVE YOUR POSTURE
Regularly incorporating a Yoga practice into your day will help improve your posture. This in turn means you can avoid a life of chronic back pain and feel more confident, lighter and stronger in yourself. As your posture improves, so does your mind-body awareness.
When practising Yoga please be kind to yourself. Self-love is an important factor in developing an attitude of taking care of your body and mind.