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Are you recommending yoga to your patients?

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For centuries and centuries, yoga has been a way for people to find relaxation, meditation, spirituality, and serenity. In modern times, yoga is used for exercise and health related reasons, in addition to the ancient practices of yoga. Many gyms all across the United States and across the world offer yoga classes to their members, making yoga apart of their everyday life and fitness routine. In an era obsessed with staying fit and healthy, yoga is an extremely popular way for people to get everything they need- stress relief, exercise, relaxation, spirituality, and the list goes on.

September is National Yoga Month, which means yoga studios and different organizations are expressing the importance of yoga and encouraging people to get involved and try it. YogaHealthFoundation.org explains that the month of September is a national observance designated by the Department of Health and Human Services with the intentions of educating the public about the health benefits of yoga and to inspire a healthy lifestyle.

Several benefits of yoga include stress reduction, mood improvement, low risk of injury, boost in confidence, weight loss, an increase in flexibility, muscle tone and strength improvement, improvement in posture and breathing, as well as reducing the risk of developing chronic health conditions and diseases.

One of the reasons why yoga is so popular these days is that it costs little to no money. You can do yoga at home in your living room, when you travel, or in a gym or studio with fellow yogis. It’s not competitive and allows people to lose weight, get a cardio workout, and work several different muscle groups while relaxing and getting rid of stress.

YogaHealthFoundation.org offers interested individuals opportunities to try yoga, more information, education, and the chance to make a necessary lifestyle change that will benefit their health and overall well-being.

 

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One thought on “Are you recommending yoga to your patients?

  1. Thank you for this information. Yoga is indeed a very effective fitness activity. http://www.jivana.co.uk/ offers yoga sessions and retreats.

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