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Yoga – positive effects

We are witnessing that yoga is globally popular. Practicing yoga can have a preventive effect in order to maintain physical and mental health. Through a combination of various yoga postures (asanas), breathing (pranayama), and meditation, yoga improves our physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. Some benefits of yoga are felt soon after starting the exercise, while …

Yoga – how nice the word itself sounds!

So let’s start there. The word “yoga” comes from the Sanskrit root yuj or yug and it means “to hold fast” or say, “to tie together”. Ever since the ancient Indian technique embraced it for its name, it refers to the physical, mental and spiritual aspects of man, on the one hand, but also a …

Let’s listen to your joints

Joint injuries in yoga occur due to the excessive demands we place on them. It is usually a desire to achieve an image, an idea of ​​posture that is implemented in our mind from the outside, followed by disrespect for the authentic anatomy and dynamics of our own body. Hence, joint injuries are among the …