Yoga Teaching

Yoga is known to offer benefits to a wide range of people in most life situations. It's a recommended practice by the NHS, who cite studies which demonstrate that yoga helps with depression, heart disease, back pain, stress, and high blood pressure. While the practice tends to be more popular with women, yoga can benefit both men and women of any age, and is particularly popular with pregnant women, with antenatal yoga teaching very widely available.

Some poses are undoubtedly best left to the experts(looking at you, crazy Pungu Mayurasana or Wounded Peacock pose), most of us could comfortably manage the Shavasanaor Corpse Pose- essentially just lying on your back.

Yoga teaching is now widely available- there's no need to take a trip to an ashram in India in order to benefit from this ancient practice. If you're in a city, there will almost certainly be yoga studios run by private businesses, in addition to yoga teaching offered by Buddhist temples and other spiritual organisations. Even in quieter, rural locations, yoga classes are often available at a reasonable cost at gyms, the local leisure centre, or even in a village hall or other community space.

Why not try something healthy for your life today? Yoga teaching can offer you a wide range of benefits, including:

  • Added flexibility
  • Muscle strength
  • Better bone health
  • Improves mood
  • Helps improve concentration and focus
  • Improves your balance
  • Contributes to restful and deep sleep

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