The origins of Yoga

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Where did Yoga come from?

Yoga has started in India thousands of years ago and the word yoga has its roots in the Sanskrit language and means to merge join or unite. The purpose of yoga’s healing exercises is to unite the mind and body in order to improve your health and happiness. Yoga exercises can benefit the whole body or just for a specific body part if you need to improve it. By adding yoga to your daily life yow will see a lot of changes in your body and also with the way you are thinking.

Yoga is a form of exercise based on the belief that the body and breath are intimately connected with the mind. By controlling the breath and holding the body in steady poses, or asanas, yoga creates harmony. According to yoga imbalances in the body are the cause of all the illness, and yoga exercises will help you to create a balance between your body, mind and your inner self and get them in balance to avoid sickness.

There are a variety of benefits of making yoga part of your daily life to rejuvenate your body. Meditation is a part of yoga exercises and by meditating after yoga you will achieve the calmness that is deep inside you and relaxes you. As a result of being relaxed you will have a positive mind set even in a stressful environment.

As you meditate every day and by using breathing techniques that yoga give you will get rid of stress and anxiety that are a part of the busy modern lifestyle. Meditation also helps you to find your inner self and make peace with the world.

The other advantage of yoga is that you lose fat and start to feel stronger. When you start practicing yoga you see the difference that it makes to your body will amaze you. If you are used to hunching, you will see how yoga loosen your spine and improves your posture and your body will be more flexible.

Breathing techniques in yoga boosts your immune system and releases more energy to your body. It also helps to concentrate and be more focused. Yoga breathing also improves your cardiovascular system and the blood circulation in your body. Soon after starting yoga you will learn how to breathe deeply which helps you to get more oxygen to your body and your brain. As soon as you start the deep breathing exercises you will see that you will be happier and have more energy and also feel healthier.

Keep in mind that yoga like any other exercise techniques has to be done properly and in order to do that you need to have a guide to walk you through the process.

If you do not have access to yoga classes you can benefit from books or DVDs that we have inside the membership at yoga meditation Course.

 

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