09 Mar Virtual Events – Yoga
It’s no secret that since the pandemic started, almost a year ago, isolation has been a constant factor of our daily lives.
This has eroded many of the things that normally protect our mental health – from social connectedness to financial security and hope for the future.
With all that extra pressure, it is no surprise that more and more people have turned to online Yoga practice to find relief from stress and promote wellbeing.
The importance of Yoga practice has grown to the point of being incorporated to the wellness section of the United Nations website.
So how exactly can yoga practice help you?
Contrary to what most people might think, yoga isn’t just a workout that promotes flexibility. Yoga can be a journey of self-discovery that brings us an infinite amount of benefits on the way, all while centering the practitioner into a sense of calm.
How does it do that?
Every single yoga posture has a holistic approach with a deeper purpose: regulating the functions of our body systems so we can create a state of inner balance between our physical, emotional, mental and spiritual body.
That means the practice can be designed to help improve basically any ailments.
What are the benefits from yoga practice?
For physical health:
- Boosts immunity;
- Increases resistance & strength;
- Improves digestion;
- Helps relieve chronic pain;
- When well targeted, can heal injuries;
- Lowers risk of heart disease;
- Balances circulatory system;
- Increases flexibility & mobility
For mental health:
- Relieves anxiety;
- Inspires a positive mindset;
- Improves focus & memory;
- Brings clarity & better decision making;
- Improves cognitive functions;
- Combats depression
For emotional health:
- Lowers stress levels;
- Improves self esteem & confidence;
- Develops emotional balance;
- Inspires self love & acceptance;
- Boosts sense of gratitude;
- Develops self-awareness
These are only a few of the benefits you can get from introducing a regular yoga practice into your life.
If you feel like you need that improvement in your overall well being, but don’t know where to start yoga, Prime Student Living have an invitation for you:
March Yoga schedule:
9th March Basics of Yoga
16th March Yoga to help sleep
23rd March Yoga to help stiff necks and bad posture
30th March Yoga to get sweaty
All classes are beginner friendly and offer modifications for other levels too.
Let’s kick the bad vibes away and become the best version of ourselves because, well, we deserve to feel this good.
See you in class!
International Yoga Instructor