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Thursday, November 20, 2008

Yoga- Life's Balancing Act

Yoga is composed of a series of stances or poses that are done fluidly and steady while mastering respiration. Moreover, yoga is essentially a low-impact physical exercise that is exhilarating yet relaxing, as it also encompasses some meditation.

Yoga is about durability and flexibility, not only about stretching out, however, stretching and striving is unquestionably a component of yoga. Anyone can do yoga, from infants to seniors and every other type of lifestyle. Practicing yoga is unique for every person and the best part of all is that you can tailor it to what works best for you and your activity level.

There are so many postures associated with yoga, all of which employ essentially the identical poses just with unique emphasis. The various postures of yoga which are virtually popularly known are Hatha, Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Power Yoga, Iyengar, Kundalini, Bikram (or Hot Yoga), Anusara, Jivamukti, Forrest, Integral, and Sivananda.

Regardless of the style of yoga you opt to attempt, there is an underlying belief to all of Yoga- balance, ease, flexibleness and durability while taking on spiritual well being and meditation. Each style of yoga stresses more or less on one focal point, whether that be physical , respiration or spiritual. Every expressive style of yoga is good for your health and wellness, it is to a greater extent a subject of individual preference as to which style is appropriate for you.

Your yoga exercise is exactly that- yours. It is individualized to you, solely you can do it and you will get something amazingly unique out of yoga than some other peoplel. Yoga grows with you as you begin to realize it better and have each position mean more to you each time.