Why Yoga?

Yoga Benefits

Yoga means ‘union’ in Sanskrit, the classical language of India. It is a union with the self or as Patanjali of the great yoga sages said:

“Yogashcittavrittinirodhah” (Yoga stills the fluctuations of the mind)
“Tada drashthuhsvarupe’ Vasthanam” (Then the true self appears)

Why Yoga

Why should you go to yoga?

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Yoga is a practice of quieting the mind

Yoga gives us control of ourselves, our mind, and our body.

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Yoga is a fountain of youth

Yoga improves muscle tone, flexibility, strength and stamina.

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Yoga makes you feel healthier

Yoga makes you feel healthier in mind, body and spirit, in a full spectrum practice.

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Yoga makes you feel better.

The practice of yoga benefits one with posture alignment, breathing exercises and meditation. Making you feel healthier in mind, body and spirit, in a full spectrum practice. Yoga is also good for what ails you. Research has shown that yoga helps manage or control health issues such as back pain, knee pain, high blood pressure, insomnia, arthritis and diabetes, to name a few.

Yoga has proven results

Yoga also has positive effects in managing general health concerns such as improving muscle tone, flexibility, strength and stamina, reducing stress and tension, improving blood circulation as well as stimulating the immune system. One of the other yogic benefits is psychological, with proven results in improving concentration and creativity, boosting self-esteem and generally creating a sense of well-being and calm.

Yoga has proven results

Yoga also has positive effects in managing general health concerns such as improving muscle tone, flexibility, strength and stamina, reducing stress and tension, improving blood circulation as well as stimulating the immune system. One of the other yogic benefits is psychological, with proven results in improving concentration and creativity, boosting self-esteem and generally creating a sense of well-being and calm.

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Yoga gives us control of ourselves

Various yoga practices bring differing yogic benefits and here at Yoga Mala, we encourage students to explore and discover what works best for them in a warm, accepting and supportive environment. Yoga gives us control of ourselves, our mind, and our body. Yoga reminds us that the mind and the body are closely related. Yoga is about being in the world, but not of the world. It is a process and a habit that evolves and develops and yoga practitioners will slowly, but surely, feel its physical and psychological effects over time as it becomes a way of life.

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