FOUR Reasons to Try a Yoga Class

Yoga is everywhere, and I mean everywhere but the one question to ask yourself is why you are not doing it? I know you have been scouring the internet looking at yoga videos, and different studios in your area, so why haven’t you been to a class yet? What could you possibly be waiting for? Here are a four really good reasons why you should go to a yoga class today.

1.Disconnect

We live in a world where everything around is moving faster than we can process it and  this can be extremely overwhelming. Yoga forces you to disconnect from the rest of the world and recharge yourself. It’s the only time where you won’t be allowed to bring your phone or tablet with you and you are forced to do nothing but chill out, breathe and just be. It sounds scary but I promise you will leave your class feeling re-energized,  refreshed and ready to take on the world.

2.Customized workout

Yoga is a fantastic workout for your body. The great part about a yoga is class is you can customize the intensity of the class based on what you want. You pick the pace, you pick the intensity and you decide how much you do or don’t want to do. There are some fantastic series of movements out there that are perfect for every kind of day and for every kind of person, meaning there’s no reason not to start doing some yoga as soon as you can.

3. Improve your sleep

Want to get great sleep tonight? Yoga classes offer a combination of poses and breathing techniques that help alleviate pain symptoms and decrease stress improving the likelihood of a good night’s sleep. Once you learn these techniques you can take them with you and get your zzzz’s on.

4.Get Flexible

Let’s get real, no one is born being able to bend like a pretzel which is why you “practice”  yoga. There is no better feeling than being able to move your body parts and not feel like the tin man when you do. Yoga focuses on opening up the body and lubricating the joints which means you will be able to move your body more freely and with more ease.

 

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May 30, 2018