Yoga for Your Lungs
Yoga has been shown to improve many aspects of lung function and even appears to be useful in asthma treatment, says Northwestern Medicine Integrative Medicine Physician Anna B. Shannahan, MD.
Yoga for Your Mind
Yoga is often touted as a stress reliever, and many studies back this claim, practicing yoga regularly can help decrease the stress hormone “cortisol
Yoga for Your Heart
Research shows that long term yoga practice improves ambulatory systolic blood pressure and therefore is a lifestyle change that can help reduce hypertension.
Yoga for your body
Yoga helps in increasing flexibility and strength of the body, improves posture, improves digestion, improves blood circulation, and helps improving the bones and joints health
More than 90 percent
of people come to yoga for flexibility,
stress relief, health, and physical fitness.
But, for most people, their primary reason for doing yoga will change. ...
Yoga offers self-reflection,
the practice of kindness and self-compassion,
and continued growth and self-awareness.- Why Yoga