What comes to mind when you hear yoga? More often than not, we associate yoga with stretching or relaxation and meditation. You would always hear the words stillness, breath, letting go and devotion being incorporated with it. While all these are linked to yoga, they are only a few of the many facets of yoga that affects one’s quality of life. Yoga is considered an ancient medicine with its wide array of benefits not just physically but practicing it with consistency could greatly impact one’s state of mental health and overall wellbeing and spirituality.
Yoga has been popular throughout the world now and yet many still misconstrue it to be just for certain groups of people. I completely disagree. Yoga is accessible to everyone, any age range, any gender. It is non-discriminatory. As opposed to people who think that yoga is just for the strong and flexible, on the contrary, yoga can be adjusted to suit men and women of different body types and fitness levels. It is not just for the young, athletic and graceful. It is also for the elderly, weak, underweight and overweight, the inflexible and uncoordinated. Yoga is for EVERYONE. It just asks us to be open and willing to practice it.
Throughout this October I will be sharing with you all the beautiful facts about this ancient practice of wellbeing! Follow this journey from our social media and come and join me in my yoga classes. You will find one every day on our October updated Schedule.