26 Oct Yoga at sunrise
Today we live in a world and in a society where lack of time and stress are the daily bread. It is increasingly difficult for us to find time to stay in shape or relax and live in a calmer way, but what if we found something to improve our health both physically and emotionally at the same time? What if it was also something that children, adults or older people can do?
It is clear that learning to manage stress is one of the scientifically proven benefits of yoga, but there are many more and that is what we are going to see next.
As for the benefits of yoga for physical and mental health, it should be noted that they are not only achieved and work during practice, but, as you will see later, all its benefits extend beyond exercise and meditation.
Yoga improves both our mental and physical health, relieves chronic pain, helps control coronary artery disease, asthma, diabetes, lymphoma, and breast cancer.
Yoga helps people who suffer from mental health problems, such as depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, and schizophrenia.
Yoga improves the psychological well-being of healthy people, increasing life satisfaction and self-esteem, and reducing stress and anxiety.
Yoga reduces fatigue and in turn provides a sense of increased energy.
And if, in addition, you have the privilege of being able to carry out your practice in such a privileged environment as the Costa del Sol, the benefits are guaranteed.
Here in Fuengirola we have Jovita, a YOGA TEACHER for more than 10 years. Her classes at Playa de la T every Tuesday and Thursday at dawn have become nationally famous, thanks also to the impressive photographs taken by passersby such as Mari Cortés and Juan José Alarcón. Jovita also has her own Studio YOGA FOR BALANCE, in the center of Fuengirola where you can enjoy her wonderful Yoga and Aero-Yoga classes. You can visit her website http://yogaforbalance.es and follow her on her social networks:
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Reference: Yoga Poses Increase Subjective Energy and State Self-Esteem in Comparison to ‘Power Poses’. Frontiers in Psychology. May 2017. doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00752