Yoga Se Hoga




Yoga is main key of life, Human Being are made with three component – Body , Mind and Soul

Corresponding these there are three needs – Health, Knowledge and inner peace, Health is physical need, Knowledge is our psychological needs and inner peace is spiritual need when all three are present then is harmony.

Benefits of Yoga that are supported by Science

Practice yoga is said to come with many benefits for both mental and physical health which are given:

Relieve Anxiety and Stress

In recent years, increasing numbers of studies have emerged suggesting that yoga is an effective adjunct therapy for people experiencing anxiety disorders. Yoga is known for its ability to ease stress and promote relaxation.

Can Increases Strength

Regular practice will strengthen the muscles of your arms, back, legs, and core. In fact, there are specific poses in yoga that are designed to increase strength and build muscle.

Improve Quality of Life

It is important to include yoga in daily life as it helps in controlling a person's body, mind and soul. And together it brings the physical and mental discipline which is better for the body and mind.

Could improve Health

Yoga can help people with arthritis, fibromyalgia, migraine, low back pain, and many other types of chronic pain conditions. A study published in Annals of Internal Medicine found that among 313 people with chronic low back pain, a weekly yoga class increased mobility more than standard medical care for the condition.

Could Promote Sleep Quality

Practicing yoga regularly can help you to manage symptoms of insomnia. You may be able to fall asleep quicker, sleep for longer, and go back to sleep after waking up at night.

Improves Flexibility and Balance

Yoga poses work by stretching your muscles. They can help you move better and feel less stiff or tired. At any level of yoga, you'll probably start to notice benefits soon. In one study, people improved their flexibility by up to 35% after only 8 weeks of yoga.

Could help Improve Breathing

Pranayama, or yogic breathing, is a practice in yoga that focuses on controlling the breath through breathing exercises and techniques. Most types of yoga incorporate these breathing exercises, and several studies have found that practicing yoga could help improve breathing

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