What Do You Need To Know About YOGA 2023?


Yoga is a mind and body practice. Various styles combine physical postures, breathing techniques, and meditation or relaxation. That is an ancient practice that may have originated in India. It involves movement, meditation, and breathing techniques to promote mental and physical well-being.
Although classical one also includes other elements, yoga as practiced in the United States typically emphasizes physical postures (asanas), breathing techniques (pranayama), and meditation (Dyana).
There are many different styles, ranging from gentle practices to physically demanding ones. Differences in the types used in research studies may affect study results. This makes it challenging to evaluate research on the health effects of yoga.

What are the health benefits?

Research suggests:

  • Help improve general wellness by relieving stress, supporting good health habits, and improving mental/emotional health, sleep, and balance.
  • Relieve low-back pain and neck pain, and possibly pain from tension-type headaches and knee osteoarthritis.
  • Help people who are overweight or obese lose weight.
  • Help people quit smoking.
  • Help people manage anxiety or depressive symptoms associated with difficult life situations.
  • Relieve menopause symptoms.
  • Help people with chronic diseases manage their symptoms and improve their quality of life.

Although there’s been a lot of research on the health effects, many studies have included only small numbers of people and haven’t been of high quality. Therefore, in most instances, we can only say that yoga has shown promise for particular health uses, not that it’s been proven to help.

What are the risks?

Yoga is generally considered a safe form of physical activity for healthy people when performed properly, under the guidance of a qualified instructor. However, as with other forms of physical activity, injuries can occur. The most common injuries are sprains and strains, and the parts of the body most commonly injured are the knee or lower leg. Serious injuries are rare. The risk of injury associated with yoga is lower than that for higher-impact physical activities.

Older adults may need to be particularly cautious when practicing. The rate of yoga-related injuries treated in emergency departments is higher in people aged 65 and older than in younger adults.

Reduce chances of getting hurt

Practice yoga under the guidance of a qualified instructor. Practicing self-study without supervision has been associated with increased risks.
If you’re new, avoid extreme practices such as headstands, shoulder stands, the lotus position, and forceful breathing.
Be aware that hot yoga has special risks related to overheating and dehydration.
Pregnant women, older adults, and people with health conditions should talk with their healthcare providers and yoga instructor about their individual needs. They may need to avoid or modify some yoga poses and practices. Some of the health conditions that may call for modifications in yoga include preexisting injuries, such as knee or hip injuries, lumbar spine disease, severe high blood pressure, balance issues, and glaucoma.

5 tips for beginners to get goals

If doing yoga is your new goal, but you don’t know where to start…fear not, we got you covered. Here are 7 yoga tips for every beginner to help you get started toward your fitness goals!

Rule #1: Focus on Your Breath

The purpose is to breathe and find the edge – not to jump off of it.

Rule #2: Bring a Mat

A non-skid, yoga mat that is at least the length of your body and preferably a foot wider than your shoulder girdle.

Rule #3: Wear Comfortable clothing

Comfortable clothing you can move in. From sweats to shorts and t-shirts, make sure your clothes won’t get in the way and offer the most mobility.

Rule #4: Show Up to Class/Embrace Bare Feet/Power Down Your Electronics

Nothing is more embarrassing than your phone going off during opening or closing meditation.

Rule #5: Non-comparison and Non-judgment

Don’t compare yourself to other yogis in the room and don’t judge yourself for not being able to do all the poses. Take things at your own pace. Really! This isn’t a competition.

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