Article by Patresia Adams
Originated from Hindu mythology, the power of yoga is constantly spreading throughout the world and more and more people are utilizing the natural benefits of yoga. However, there are still some misconceptions about yoga among a number of people. They think this powerful ancient method of achieving complete health is a sport or only meant for women and they also have misconception in mind that it requires lot of difficult postures and exercise.
There are most of the people, who take yoga is a sport and thinks that yoga is just about few physical exercises which are part of a sport. But let me tell you, yoga is a set of physical postures, known as asanas in Sanskrit. If you have a misconception of yoga that it’s similar to body building, then it’s your mistake. Yoga is not a casual sport for passing time which one can take up and practice now and then like any other sport. It is an art and science of physical, mental and spiritual consciousness, which makes an individual’s body strong enough to overcome various ailments.
In many parts of the world, the yoga is practiced by women and people have misconceptions of yoga that only women can practice it. The fact is that yoga provides inner strength and peace for complete health for every one. Anyone who wishes an effective method to gain mental, spiritual and physical strength ness can practice yoga.
Last but not the least; yoga doesn’t demand extreme practice. It’s quite true that certain yoga asanas are a bit complex to practice, and require an agile body. However the selection of yoga asanas should be done according to the ailments that a person suffers from. An experienced yoga instructor will be able to depict you yoga postures that can be easily done.
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Patresia Adams is a healthcare consultant working with Divine Wellness. This interactive health and wellness portal offers Live online yoga classes through high-definition video conferencing.
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