Bennett C. Josephson MFT CHYT
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Hatha Yoga is built on three primary elements: specific movements and postures (Asana), deep breathing (Pranayama) and meditation (Dhyana).
Yogic exercises can ease tense muscles, improve flexibility and enhance strength, balance and endurance.
The beauty of Yoga is that you don’t have to be able to do all the positions; you can work within your own limitations, and tailor your practice to your specific needs.
Yoga’s most obvious benefits relate to stress reduction, flexibility and relaxation, even if you are in perfect health. While it’s not a cure, Yoga can be an effective adjunct therapy for a variety of conditions, including cancer, arthritis, asthma, diabetes, depression and migraines.
Your body has a self healing mechanism that can cure almost all disease. This body improvement can be enhanced through Yoga. Since many health problems are triggered or aggravated by stress, stress-reduction can only help. And when you do Yoga, your body releases endorphins, the body’s natural painkiller.
Yoga can affect some specific conditions like:
-Arthritis / Fibromyalgia
-Back Pains and other chronic pains
-Carpal tunnel syndrome
-Heart / Coronary artery disease
-High blood pressure
-Migraines and other headaches
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