We’re all looking for ways to make our lives better. We may be reading self-help books, following a new, healthy meal plan, or even trying meditation. The lure to practice yoga is one that naturally calls to many of us in this quest.
It’s understandable, right? With so much modern research and representation on mainstream media, yoga is still a pretty big deal in the zeitgeist.
Turns out, we’re not wrong. Guidance in this direction can come from marveling at a hard-to-achieve pose on Instagram or your doctor’s advice. Wherever you get the inspiration to practice yoga doesn’t matter.
What does matter is knowing that this ancient practice of merging mind, body, and spirit can have a super positive effect on our lives.
What Happens In Our Bodies When We Practice Yoga?
There is such a wide range of effects that happen in our bodies when we practice yoga. Yoga, in fact, is as positive to your body and mind as many other forms of exercise.