Start Yoga in Modern Life

In these days, millions of people practise yoga all around the world, not just in India and Tibet. Every day, someone starts the first training and someone gives up because of the wrong approach or incorrect exercise regime. So, in this article, we will describe yoga a bit more and give a few simple advices.

Today, there are many different types of yoga: hatha yoga, Kriya yoga, mudras, and so on. All of them basically do the same thing – stimulate energy flows in your body. The most popular type is hatha yoga which mainly includes exercises and poses. Until the 60s, there weren’t that many yoga practisers in the USA or Europe. But during the last decades, famous yogis from India and Tibet started spreading their knowledge and techniques all over the world which made yoga so popular.

How does yoga work? If we talk about pranayam, to put it short, the life energy or prana goes into our body with breathing. So, if you change your breathing technique, you can improve your whole body tonus and feel much better. By regulating the way you breathe, it’s possible to reach full relaxation, both physical and mental. That’s why yoga has exercises for both body and mind.

If you dedicate even 10 minutes of your time to yoga every day, it may be highly beneficial for you. All you need to do is to select a correct type of training. Thankfully, you don’t have to hire teachers now because you can find numerous yoga apps online. For beginners, we recommend choosing something simple. It would be better to start from breathing exercises because asanas can be difficult for the inexperienced.

Before choosing an right application for yoga practice, it’s always helpful to read reviews of these apps on the internet. And if you need any practical advice, don’t hesitate to write us and our specialist will help you out.

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