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Getting the Most From Your Yoga Practice

Updated: Jul 11, 2023

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Yoga is a very ancient discipline that touches on the physical, mental, and spiritual states of our being. It involves a range of physical poses, called asanas and controlled breathing, known as pranayama, as well as meditation.


Combined, these are intended to improve your strength, flexibility, and your sense of balance and enhance relaxation. The goal of yoga is to improve both your physical and mental balance, along with personal spiritual enlightenment.


Yoga can be done by people of all ages and all levels of fitness, and there are many different types and styles of yoga, too.


Yoga for Posture uses the best evidence-based practices to help you release stress and anxiety, find greater mobility and range of motion, and connect with a deep feeling of peace and ease in your mind, body, and spirit. Read on to discover how you can take your yoga practice to the next level.



What Can Yoga Do for You?


Yoga can help you relieve stress and anxiety since it promotes mindfulness and relaxation. Meditation and breathing techniques can calm your nervous system and improve your focus. It will improve your strength, flexibility, and balance by using a range of physical poses.


Learning how to concentrate on your breathing can improve your respiratory function and increase oxygen to your cells. And painHEALTH notes that yoga helps with pain relief, especially for those with lower back pain or who suffer from osteoarthritis.



Using Tech to Improve the Yoga Experience


Look for wearable tech like Nadi X leggings that have integrated sensors and haptic feedback (vibration) to help you improve your yoga. Nadi X is good for pre-and post-workout at home.


Smart Mat is a high-tech app to guide you through your yoga practices when you’re not in the studio. It detects your alignment and notifies you to adjust.


Muse is an EEG device that you can use to monitor and learn new things about your own mind, heart, breath, and body.



Online Yoga Classes


Being able to take yoga classes online can mean the difference between being able to practice or not since many people don’t live near a yoga studio or don’t have the funds for taking classes.


If you’re working from home, you can stop throughout the day and spend some time relaxing and stretching, which is vital if you’re in front of a computer for hours at a time. And it’s helpful for relieving the anxiety that comes from working a stressful job. This is a great benefit of working from home, being able to stop and take time for self-care in the form of online yoga classes.


Online classes give you the opportunity to try different types of yoga and work with different instructors.



Create Your Own At-Home Yoga Space


The space you choose should be quiet, private, well-ventilated, and preferably have plenty of natural light. Purchase the props you’ll be using to be able to do all the varied practices and poses. These can be your mat, blocks, bolster, and straps for stretching. Then Om Yoga Magazine advises making a space in the room where you can store them safely away, like a basket, chest, or small cabinet.


Make it calming with accessories to improve the ambiance, like indoor fountains and waterfalls, candles, reed diffusers, and Bluetooth speakers to play relaxing music from your Spotify playlist.


Try some of these tips to improve your yoga experience, like going barefoot, holding the poses a little longer each time, practicing on an empty stomach, and increasing the number of days you practice.


Yoga isn’t meant to be the same for every person. That’s why it’s important to find the instructor, the style of yoga, and the setting that works best for you. As long as you’re achieving the benefits of yoga, such as less stress, better flexibility and balance, and improved strength, then you’re doing it right.

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