Answered by | Mimi Partha Sarathy, Founder & Senior Yoga Teacher
Practicing yoga every day is the best habit one can bring into their lives! It is a definite game-changer! Daily Yoga practice brings in a lot of joy, peace, balance, calmness and tranquility. Yoga practice over a period of time fills us with positive energy with a great sense of balance to face up to life challenges and at the same time it flushes out all the stress and negative energies bottled up in us.
We all go through our ups and downs in life and no two days are the same. Some days we wake up all charged up and there are days when we are not even able to muster enough energy to pull through our normal daily activities and work. There are days when we feel down and out and there are days when our worries and anxiety consume us! Yoga practice works as a great leveler pulling us up when we are feeling low and energizing us to take on the world, calming us down and making us less stressed to see things in the right perspective during challenging times and helping us move on!
Yoga practice can be tailored to meet our requirements at the physical, mental and emotional level. A yoga course can be stitched specially to purge out all the stress built during a day at work and leave us in a peaceful state to get a good night’s sleep. And at the same time a yoga course can also be built to pull us out of the inertia and energize and rejuvenate us. A yoga plan can also be worked out to go within and explore deeper layers in us and seek a more meaningful direction in life.
A regular and consistent yoga practice with full faith and enthusiasm brings in stability and lightness at the physical level along with overall good health and wellbeing. It also brings in a stillness and clarity at the mental level and helps in removing all the negative emotions in us. Yoga leaves us in a balanced state at the physical, mental and emotional level, which is the key to a happy life.
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Last updated on March 4, 2020