by Eirik Yven
Article by Yoga Freak
Yoga is a priceless treasure now available to all. It is a form of exercise that has become increasingly popular in recent years. It is widely recognized as a scientific method to stretch, tone, strengthen, and relax the entire body, inside and out, rewarding the practitioner with glowing health. Yogasanas are safe and effective for people of all ages. Yoga is an exercise regimen that anyone can practice, no matter how old or young. Yoga is an ancient practice that benefits every age and body type.
Yoga for Kids: Today’s kids are under a lot of stress as compared to the previous generation – homework, peer pressure, never-ending after-school pursuits and interests. Yoga has been found to be very effective in addressing these problems. The practices of yoga not only help to keep the young body strong and supple but also incorporate mental activities and disciplines that help to develop attention and concentration, and stimulate the creative abilities that are latent within the child.
Yoga for Teens: The teenage years can be the most difficult years, both physically and emotionally. A teenager’s life is continually in a state of change. During puberty and the later teen years, enormous and rapid changes take place in the body and mind. The yoga program for teenagers should be so designed as to minimize the negative effects of hormonal changes that they inevitably go through. Sun salutation is an amazing asana series that would leave them both energized and calm at the same time. The shoulder stand is wonderful for balancing the hormones, and together with the plough pose and the fish pose, it is most effective.
Yoga for Adults: The biggest problem with today’s adults is of managing stress. It is a known fact that stress is the cause of ninety percent of aliments striking humans. One has to juggle so many variables to keep oneself competitive in his work place. An adult has to play many roles simultaneously, viz. father, son, husband, subordinate, boss, etc. This takes a toll on hi s work-l ife balance. The practice of yoga balances the body, mind and spirit and ensures complete well being.
Yoga for Elders: It has been proved beyond doubt that yoga is anti-ageing. It retards the ageing process. No one can escape from the clutches of the ageing process. But it is possible to avoid the ills of ageing with yoga. One can be as fit as a fiddle even at the later years of life by doing yoga. Most elders complain about various physical conditions including weak bones, muscle cramps, back pain, osteoporosis, joint pains, and decreased mobility. There are several yoga exercises specifically designed to address these issues.
Yoga offers a wide range of benefits depending on which point of your life you decide to practice it. There are several variants of yoga postures and exercises intended for different age groups. Every person, irrespective of age, can practice yoga and reap its benefits.
About the Author
Patresia Adams is a Yoga enthusiast who loves to spread the goodness of the divine knowledge. In order to promote her passion, she has partnered with Divine Wellness to write blogs on the subject of Yoga poses and how it leads to good health and peace of mind.
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