Yoga is a healthy habit that we should all incorporate into our daily lives, even if its only once a week. It can help to overcome a variety of health ailments, you become more fit, and can even help you stay younger by controlling cell deterioration in your body. One would assume that yoga if for the young, fit and trendy. Even if your 30’s, 40’s or even 50’s you can practice Yoga, it is never to late. Before staring yoga you need to consult your doctor and ask what kind of exercises are suitable for your body at its current state. Medical physicians can let you know what kind of yoga your body can tolerate and how often when your first starting out.
The great thing about yoga is that it can be done anywhere. If you chose not to join a yoga studio for your first go around, you can start off at your own home. With the digital age we live in, you can easily find a training video on YouTube to jump start your in home yoga. If you decide to join a yoga studio, your yoga instructor will let you know about the right routine and in some cases even advise you on the proper diet.
As we age throughout our life, exercise becomes all the more important. We aren’t talking about 2 hour binge at the gym, but a good, fluid routine to always keep your body active is a smart strategy to maintain good health and hopefully a more pain free life.